Itsy Bitsy Spider Nursery Rhyme Story + Reading Comprehension (Printable PDF)

$3.97 USD

Itsy Bitsy Spider Nursery Rhyme Story + Reading Comprehension (Printable PDF)

$3.97 USD
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This CORE vocabulary emergent reader was created to bring the joy of nursery rhymes to all students. 

These traditional rhymes are rewritten using CORE vocabulary, while still maintaining their classic value.

Each is told with simple, high frequency, functional language. We hope your students will enjoy practicing and reading with CORE! 
Reading this familiar tale helps to build confidence and expand students' reading and comprehension skills
AdaptEd 4 Special Ed is a team of Special Education Specialists.  Together we are members of ASHA, NEA, and AOTA.


7-page Emergent Reader of The Itsy Bitsy Spider

+ Reading Comprehension Accompaniment 

      • Visuals for Characters 
      • Visuals for Settings
      • An Event Sequencing Task
      • 3 Visual Comprehension Questions
    Use on your iPad/ tablet to save on printing costs. 
    Teaching core vocabulary allows students the chance to do more than just get their needs and wants met, but to develop authentic language skills! 

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Eagerly Awaiting More

    School provided emerging reader books have nothing on these AdaptEd reading and comprehension soon books! These are designed so well with intentional word choices and delightful illustrations. We printed both little pocket books, full size notebook size copies, and love them so much we lamented the sequence cards. Remote learning and home school (next year) has just become so much better. My confidence in having the best resources grows with every purchase! Looks at the pictures below, aren't these books adorable?! My son loves reading these and school work in general is so much nicer with AdaptEd. Thanks ladies!!


    Love that this can be used on the iPad so that I didn't have to print it.

    Itsy Bitsy Spider

    This is a big hit with one of my students who is obsessed with this rhyme and finger play! Thank you for the clear and creative pictures and all the materials adapted! I love it and so does Antonio!