I love it when I find a simple book that works wonders. I got more milage out of this 99 cent color book than I did out of anything else this year. It’s actually a Reader’s Digest book published in 2000. The link is at the bottom of the page to find it used on Amazon. Instead of ‘Lift the Flap’ it’s a ‘Match the Flap’ book. The book has big pages with nouns for each color. The inside of the book has a secondary flaps that are different colors. Students flip over the interior flaps to find the match to the exterior. In the picture below you can see that I matched the orange color to the orange pictures! So why is it amazing for my preschool crowd? It’s ideal for receptively and expressively identifying nouns. I used it a ton for labeling with two words. For example, ‘orange crayon, orange popsicle’. I love it because the kids can touch the orange word and then touch the noun. It’s perfect and the kids think they’re reading! I’ve also used it for functions and associations with the vocabulary. My fluency preschoolers worked on making sentences (The carrot is orange.) My articulation kiddos working on s-blends said, “I spy” sentences. I’m in LOVE with this book! Have you used anything similar?!
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