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Paper Plate Fishbowl Activity

Paper Plate Fish Bowls

I’ve always got my eye out for easy and fun activities to use in my sessions and share with you.  I saw this activity on PBS Kids Sprout a while back and loved it!  It’s easy for little ones to do and is a an adaptable and easy craft.  I’ve included free printable pages of […]

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Pirates Theme – Basic Set

Pirates Theme - Basic Set

This basic set includes:     Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials     Pirate game board and playing cards     Shape identifying sailboat page     Pirate-related picture cards     Vocabulary web forms     Treasure map (color and black & white)     Fix-up sentences page     Homophone worksheet and answer page     Writing prompts     “ar” […]

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Sailboat Shape Worksheet

This worksheet is fun way for students to identify basic shapes.  It can also be used to practice basic direction following.  This worksheet can also be found as part of the Pirates Theme Basic Set.

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Gardening & Plants Theme – Basic Set

Gardening & Plants Theme - Basic Set

This basic set includes: Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials Orange Squeeze game board (black/white and color versions) Made from match-ups page Where things grow picture cards (10) and sorting page Color sorting fruit and vegetable picture cards (15) Figurative language worksheet Describing using your senses chart Contrasting flowers page Six-step sequencing pictures and […]

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Sorting Fruits and Vegetables by Color

sorting fruits by color

Practice receptive color concepts with this sorting or matching activity.  Included are instructions and 15 color pictures of fruits and vegetables. This activity can also be found as part of the Gardening and Plants Basic Set.

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Seashell Color Activities

These color seashells can be used for working on color matching, color naming and same vs. different.  Start by printing the colored seashells and cutting them apart. Laminate them if you can. For Color Matching: Place one of each color seashell in front of the student.  Show the student a colored seashell and see if […]

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