"I Like... I Don't Like..." Opinions Adapted Book (Printable PDF + Interactive Digital + File Folder)

$5.47 USD

"I Like... I Don't Like..." Opinions Adapted Book (Printable PDF + Interactive Digital + File Folder)

$5.47 USD
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Practice identifying likes and dislikes while working on beginning writing skills and sentences structure. 

The book has 14 pages, and the student will match the corresponding pictures to the sentence strip, creating opinion sentences with ease. (Ex: I don't like to eat broccoli.) 

File Folder Companion- has the same 14 food choices + 6 other food options, your students will match the foods to the page (like or don't like) 



Included

10 MB PDF  |  20 pages

  • 14-page book
    • + Digital Drag and Drop Version
  • Picture and word pieces for writing sentences
  • Writing worksheet to copy down the sentences they've created
  • File Folder Companion Set 

Instructions of set up and all picture pieces are included! 

After students finish writing the book I like to have them practice copying down the sentences they have made. 

This is a great way to have students work on forming their own opinions, especially for students with minimal verbal skills, as well as getting students to use proper sentence structure. 

Customer Reviews

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alessandra figueiredo
Great visual book

I print , laminate all pages and bind , my son with Down Syndrome was very excited to start use. very good material, make my life easier at homeschooling.love it 😍
Thank you!

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Krystie Yeo
Increased imitation and initiation!

My clients are demonstrating increased imitation and initiation of sentences using the AdeptEd set, I Like...I Don't like... eat". I supplement using plastic play food to increase symbolic play and facilitate generalization of pics to their matching objects. I've attached a picture of one of my clients using it. This client can communicate in sentences with fewer visual/verbal prompts now. He is on the spectrum and is apraxic. He gets so excited when he can make himself understood!
Thank you for your wonderful materials.

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Jennifer
Like/Don't Like Food

The students love sharing what they "like" and "don't like"! Love that this works with both my verbal and device users!

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Kristin Morford

Many of my ASD students are very "food' motivated, so this was fun, interactive activity for us to target core and fringe vocabulary.

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Kristin Morford

Many of my ASD students are very "food' motivated, so this was fun, interactive activity for us to target core and fringe vocabulary.