It’s time for some quick thinking! See if your students can name enough items in these spring categories to earn all of their points. If they don’t, the other team might steal them! This game is quick, portable, and fun! The students can play as individuals or teams, and all you need are the game […]
This hands-on activity is a great way for your students to practice categorizing using pictures. There are five apple trees with categories on them and five apples for each tree. Put the trees on the table and then pass out the apples to the students. The students sort the apples to the trees based on […]
Can your students name four types of candy? What two things do they think a ghost might say? Find out how creative your students are with this fun, not-so-scary naming game! Quick, Portable, Fun, and Flexible All you need are the game cards and a way to keep score, which makes it quick, portable, and […]
Can your students name four Christmas songs? What two things do they think Santa’s reindeer might say? Find out how creative your students are with this fun, festive naming game! Quick, Portable, Fun, and Flexible All you need are the game cards and a way to keep score, which makes it quick, portable, and fun! […]
Have students sort these picture cards by these kitchen categories: appliances, utensils, tableware, and baking ingredients. Instructions, 28 picture cards, and 4 category cards are included. They can also be found as part of the Kitchen Theme Basic Set.
This basic set includes: Ideas and instructions for the enclosed materials Association picture cards (10) Category picture cards (28) Figurative language worksheet Kitchen vocabulary bingo boards (4) and calling cards Instructions and patterns for making Gallon Guy Liquid measurement question page for Gallon Guy Four-step sequencing pictures and worksheet for making a peanut butter & […]