Responsibility for Preschoolers: FREE Leveled Interactive Book and Memory Game

I cannot tell you how excited I am to share this activity with you. My daughter just loved it! Teaching responsibility for preschoolers is super fun with this free leveled interactive book and memory game. Shiloh had so much fun with the book that we read it a few times the first day. Hubby was wishing that we had gotten a video because she was so enamored by it. Be sure to get the book, free memory game and check out all the other great ideas for teaching responsibility to preschoolers from the #TeachECE team.

These FREE leveled interactive books for are amazing! Teach responsibility for preschoolers with these engaging books.

Materials Needed for the Responsibility for Preschoolers: Leveled Interactive Books:

Paper

File folder

Clear velcro dots

2 book rings

Laminating pouches

These leveled interactive books for are amazing! Teach responsibility for preschoolers with these engaging books.


Directions for assembling the file folder are included in the download, so I won’t write them all here.

I love this book because it gives Shiloh something to do while we read to her. This is a common thing in special education activities because it can be difficult to keep kids engaged in an activity if they are required to just sit and listen.

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These leveled interactive books for are amazing! Teach responsibility for preschoolers with these engaging books.

We read each sentence and then asked Shiloh to find the matching picture.

This also gave us some time to work on vocabulary skills and see what words we might be missing. In this case she repeated the main word from each sentence. “Teeth, fish, hair, bed, etc.”

These leveled interactive books for are amazing! Teach responsibility for preschoolers with these engaging books.

Every page contains an “I can…” statement to show what a child can do each day.

Here are the included statements:

find my clothes | put on my shoes| brush my teeth | brush my hair | wash my hands | take a bath | put on pajamas

make my bed | turn off the light | pick up my toys | wash the window | sweep the floor

water my plant | feed the fish | feed the dog | feed the cat

Lots of great opportunities for your child to interact with book! You can take out any pages that don’t apply, like if you don’t have a cat or a fish. We included them for the vocabulary practice and she wasn’t bothered at all.These FREE leveled interactive books for are amazing! Teach responsibility for preschoolers with these engaging books.


Get the coordinating Free Printable Responsibility Memory Game Here.

This free memory game for learning responsibility is perfect for preschoolers and beginning readers! Clear pictures and easy words mean they can play and learn!

For more Resources on Teaching Responsibility from the Early Childhood Education Team, I recommend:
Teaching Responsibility in Preschool through Practical Life Skills via The Preschool Toolbox Blog
Teaching Responsibility: Use a Morning Routine Checklist via Mom Inspired Life
Morning Routine Chart for the Preschool Classroom via Fun-A-Day
Teaching Responsibility: Simple Daily Routine Chart for Kids via Learning 2 Walk
Using Group Goals to Teach Responsibility in Kindergarten and Preschool via Capri + 3
Teaching Kids to be Responsible through Literacy Activities via Growing Book by Book
Responsibility Interactive Mini-Book and Memory Game for Preschoolers via Life Over C’s
 Homeschool Lesson Plan Checklist via Still Playing School
Teaching Children How to Be Responsible for their Own Backpack by The Educators’ Spin On It

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14 Comments

  1. I have never had that problem with any projects, so I’m not sure what would cause that. I do know that it is not the formatting of the file for sure. Make sure that you have “scale to fit” checked in the print dialogue box.

  2. I love your interactive book and memory game. It is a great resource for teaching responsibility, reading and memory skills!

  3. What a great emergent reader to teach responsibility. Combine it with the matching game for reinforcing positive behaviors! Will be doing soon!

  4. I love, love, love these resources. I especially love that they can be adapted to fit the needs of so many levels.