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Adapted Book

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"DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY --- PURPOSE: To enable children with limited hand or finger control to turn pages independently. To adapt the book, number the pages in the book; cut the book apart to separate each page. Laminate each page of the story. Three-hole punch each page and put it in the binder in order. Cut weather stripping into half-inch chunks, peel the backing off each piece and place two or three pieces on each page: one at the top, one at the bottom, and one in the middle. Slide the cover of the book into the front of the binder and make a spine label. MATERIALS: One copy of the book to be adapted, one three-ring binder, 0.5 mil lamination film (or use a service such as Kinko's) for lamination, and self-adhesive rubber weather stripping. SKILLS REQUIRED: Cutting and assembly. TITLE: Adapted Book Project. WEB SITE: Oklahoma ABLE Tech at REF: Make-n-Take Do it Yourself AT. Oklahoma ABLE Tech can also be contacted at Oklahoma State University Seretean Wellness Center, 1514 W. Hall of Fame, Stillwater, OK 74078 USA; 800-257-1705 V/TDD, 405-744-9748 V/TDD, 405-744-2487 Fax.


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