September 6 is National Read a Book Day - Take a FREE Communication Board to the Library

I have decided to devote September to creating some free picture communication boards for various school activities.  So, to celebrate Read a Book Day - which is September 6th - here is a  communication board for use at library time.

Note that this is an activity-based communication board that uses core vocabulary, as well as context-based fringe words.  This board is consistent with all of my activity-based communication boards. (You can find some at my TPT store here and here.)  You will find pronouns and verbs predominate, along with adjectives. There are some Wh-questions.  And, yes, there are a few nouns that are appropriate for the situation.

Remember that self-selected reading is important for all students; especially those with communication disorders who may not get the same world-experiences as others.  
Talk to your librarian about story time in the library to see if you can have some activities ready that will go along with the book (s)he reads.  And remember to try to make all read aloud times shared reading times with interactions and questions.

What book will you read for Read a Book Day?

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