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"Where is the Heart?" Valentine's Day Adapted Book

$3.50

This Valentine's Day Adapted Book, "Where is the Heart?"  is fun and interactive Valentine's Day themed adapted book that focuses on basic Valentine's Day themed vocabulary, matching skills, position words, Wh-questions, and sequencing story events. 

In this interactive activity, a teacher or therapist reads the story, as students follow along and match a picture piece to each page. At the end of the story, students answer basic comprehension questions by choosing the correct answer piece that goes with each page.

Students working at an independent level can read and work through the book at a literacy center or independent work station. The book includes plenty of repetitive text and rhyme for beginning readers. 

In this silly Valentine's Day story, there is trouble on Valentine's Day. The paper heart has gone missing and none of the "friends" can seem to find it!

Sample Text:

"Where is the heart? Where did it go?
 Puppy tried to find it, but he really didn't know!
 He looked beside the birdhouse and he said,
 "Now, that's a start!"
 He found a fluffy cupcake, but he didn't find a heart!

"Where is the heart? Where did it go?
 Froggy tried to find it, but she really didn't know!
 She looked under the birdhouse and she said,
 "Now that's a start!!"
 She found a box of chocolates, but she didn't find the heart!

This book also includes a bonus, "Sequencing Stick" activity. After the story, students practice sequencing events of the story on a paint stirrer. (See photos for details.)

If your students enjoy this activity, they may also enjoy my adapted song books.  Please see the complete collection here:


And find more Adapted Books here:


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This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 25 January, 2017.

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