Ages: 3–7Grades: PreK–2
Young learners interact with every page of these Buddy Bear books as they listen to simple sentence stories and place pictures. Each page presents an opposite concept in the lovable Buddy Bear style. Users may want to add velcro for picture placement on the page.
The stories are perfect for youngsters in early intervention including those with autism and developmental delays. Use the books in your circle time or for individual work. The age appropriate artwork is uncluttered.
Each durable book targets one specific theme and nine opposite concepts.
Buddy Bear's ClothesBuddy Bear has a blue shirt.The blue shirt is dirty.Buddy Bear has a purple shirt.The purple shirt is clean.Additional opposites: same/different, tied/untied, on/off, old/new, plain/fancy, apart/together, narrow/wide, small/big
Buddy Bear's AnimalsBuddy Bear sees a bird.The bird is up in a tree.Buddy Bear sees a puppy.The puppy is down on the ground.Additional opposites: small/large, far away/near, tame/wild, under/over, behind/in front, long/short, in/out, morning/night
Buddy Bear's ToysBuddy Bear plays with his airplane.The airplane is fast.Buddy Bear plays with his sailboat.The sailboat is slow.Additional opposites: beginning/end, soft/hard, white/black, thin/fat, loud/quiet, wet/dry, curved/straight, messy/neat
Buddy Bear's FoodBuddy Bear likes to eat.He eats a lollipop.The lollipop is sweet.Buddy Bear eats a lemon.The lemon is sour.Additional opposites: smooth/lumpy, hot/cold, thick/thin, cooked/raw, chewy/crunch, empty/full, little/big, whole/half
Buddy Bear and Bonnie BearBuddy Bear builds a tower.His tower is short.Bonnie Bear builds a tower.Her tower is tall.Additional opposites: boy/girl, front/back, closed/open, awake/asleep, top/bottom, hard/easy, straight/crooked, lot of/few
Complete 5-Book Set: each book 9 pages, suggested uses; folder