Teletherapy and Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers
About Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers
Are you looking for some ideas for your teletherapy sessions? Do you have students using AAC communication systems?
Check out this free e-book titled Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers that was written by myself and Laura Jiencke, President of Bluebee Pals.
When Andy gets separated from his class on a field trip, he needs to be rescued. Who comes to the rescue? The Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers! Join Andy and his Bluebee Pal friends on an adventure to return back to the Rainbow School. This book, which helps target language and learning tips, is an excellent tool to help children learn about Bluebee Pal, an affordable and beloved assistive technology tool. In addition, it helps broaden understanding of children with complex communication needs that use AAC as their “voice”. With hits captivating illustrations, all children will want to come on an adventure with the Bluebee Pals!
Download the activity guide for free here!
This fun Activity Guide provides links to Preschool, Kindergarten and First-Grade Common Core/State Standards.
Game boards: Letters, Sounds, Sight Words and Math.
Created by Educators: 61 Pages of Black/White and Color Activities with PRE-K1 Curriculum
How to Use Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers For Teletherapy
There are many ways to incorporate this book and Bluebee Pals into your teletherapy sessions. Here are some quick tips!
- Share your screen via your virtual platform and read the free digital e-book here!
- Download Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers on Kindle and with screen mirroring, you and your student can read the book together.
- Invite one of your Bluebee Pals to be your partner in teletherapy! Bluebee Pal can help read the book with you and your student.
- If you have the paperback of Bluebee Pals Techie Rangers, you can have your Bluebee Pal turn the pages for you!
- Use shared reading strategies when reading the book. Point out objects in the illustrations and comment about the actions in the book. Relate the events in the book to real life scenerios. For example, when Andy gets lost, talk about the feelings of being lost. Would you be scared? sad? How would you ask for help? To learn more tips about sharing reading with AAC users, visit my website here!