Nursery Rhymes for Early Communicators


All children functioning at the preschool level can learn from nursery rhymes! Especially the rhymes that actually tell a very short story.
This product includes 5 nursery rhyme books and simple activities to use with children who have receptive language that is much higher than their expressive language. The activities and picture communication are ideally suited for children with autism, CP, apraxia, or even ELL students.
There are instructions on how to: load the books onto your iPad, ask comprehension questions to non-verbal students, create a simple eye gaze board, make a picture choice mat, make a story retelling scene.
Check out the fun nursery rhymes and activities included:
Humpty Dumpty
Itsy Bitsy Spider
Jack and Jill
Little Bo Peep
Little Miss Muffet
❤️ “These interactive books are AMAZING! I love that I can target multiple goals with these books!”
❤️ “Love it! So do the kids!!! Thanks so much!”
❤️ “Nursery rhymes are amazing ways to build early language and pre-reading skills; thank you for a resource that lets these tried-and-true gems shine again! :)”
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