Emergent Reader "I see... Farm Animals" (Printable PDF)

$7.50 USD

Emergent Reader "I see... Farm Animals" (Printable PDF)

$7.50 USD
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Builds Confidence In Your Early Readers
Differentiating is a breeze, when you have the right materials.

On April 16, 2019, Anne N. said:  Love using this with my "non-readers"--they are reading with these visual supports and they love it!

Earliest readers can use the visual supports at the bottom of each page to find success right away. 

Looking for more books? Click here to checkout the full set of "I see Animals" readers. 

How it Works 


The student can either read the sentence strip at the bottom of the page, or use the adaptable pieces to match the corresponding pictures to create a sentence.

  • Ex: I see a horse. I see a pig and a horse. I see a goat next to a pig.

On April 23, 2019, Anna D. said:  What a great idea!  My student who has been struggling with reading and remembering sight words, has been so engaged with reading using these adapted books!  Thank you!

What's Included

12 MB 102 pages Zip File 

Emergent Reader Easy Reader ASD Autism Special Needs Special Education AdaptEd 4 Special Ed

 Includes 3 Easy Reader Books (with 2 versions of each

A total of 6 easy readers are included in this set. 

Each set comes with a completed sentence strip at the bottom and a version where the animals are left blank. 

  • I see a _______. 
  • I see a _______ next to a _________. 
  • I see a _______ and a ________. 
  • Text Only

Picture/ Word Pieces 
Sentence Strip 

Farm Animals: goat, cow, pig, chicken, donkey, horse, turkey, duck, sheep, rabbit, dog

Customer Reviews

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Marguerite O'Brien

This resource worked very well with my Down Syndrome students.

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April Fjeld

Great product.

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Teodoro Carabajal

This resource was very valuable in that it catches the students eye and created an engaging learning experience in the classroom.

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Lauren Schaaff

These books are a wonderful resource for my students are limited readers and need visuals to support them. It repeats a pattern and gives my students an chance to be successful with a difficult skill. I also love that it uses real pictures to help make a connect for my students.

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Kelsey McMullen

My favorite resource to use with my early AAC users.