During independent reading and free choice opportunities, a preschool teacher observes that some students encounter difficulty when turning the pages in the books they are looking at. Although students can easily turn the pages of board books, they tend to rip and wrinkle pages of picture books with finer pages as they are difficult to manipulate. The teacher decides to adapt books with Book Page Turners to ensure all students have equal accessibility to reading despite varying fine motor abilities. The teacher adapts some books by sequencing paperclips in a staggered order, placing the first paper clip at the top of the first page, and the second paper clip a little lower, following this order through the last page. Next, the teacher demonstrates how to use the paperclips to assist in page turning, allowing students an opportunity to demonstrate understanding before releasing them to enjoy the books independently.