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Amy and Jimmy Go to the Park

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BC: This book provides simple teaching tools through repetition and asking basic questions. Children with autism can learn through their exposure to colors, counting, and playing together. | Copyright (c) 2009

FC: Amy and Jimmy Go to the Park | by Shannon Ames

1: Once upon a time, there lived a boy named Jimmy and a girl named Amy. They loved to play.

2: One day, Jimmy and Amy went to the park to play with Kim and Peter.

3: Jimmy asked Peter to play ball with him.

4: Jimmy and Peter found more balls. Can you count the balls?

5: Where are Amy and Kim?

6: Amy and Kim are under the apple tree!

7: Amy wants to eat an apple. Can you find a red apple for Amy?

8: Amy shares her red apples with Kim.

9: Can you count the red apples on the tree?

10: Kim and Amy like to play on the swing.

11: Jimmy and Peter want to play on the swing too. Will there be enough swings?

12: Yes! There are enough swings for everyone.

13: It is time for Jimmy and Amy to go home.

14: Good-bye, Peter. Good-bye, Kim.

15: Jimmy and Amy had a fun day!

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  • Title: Amy and Jimmy Go to the Park
  • A story for children with autism. 2009 Graduation Project
  • Tags: autism, children, graduation, project, senior, story
  • Published: almost 9 years ago