In order to make it even easier for you to get everything you need as quickly as possible, we’ve put together a set of our Halloween printables that focus on language skills in one spot! You can also choose from either color or black and white versions. Here’s what’s included: Candy Corn Synonyms (14 pages […]
What’s perfect on a cold winter day? Hot Chocolate! Whether you actually make it with your students or just go through the steps, it’s sure to be a hit! Once you’ve gone over the steps, you can practice basic sequencing skills and work on temporal words such as “before” and “after” or “first”, “next”, “then” and “finally”. […]
Using books and stories in your sessions is a fantastic way to tie in a wide variety of language skills. The “Little Red Hen” is a classic story that goes great with a farm themed unit. Materials Include: a short, printable storybook that can be printed on the front and back of one page and […]
Life cycles are great for working on sequencing! Celebrate National Frog Month and teach your students about the life cycle of frogs with the printout. You can follow it up with the cut and glue 6 step sequencing activity! These materials are available in color and black and white versions.
Ahh, carving a real pumpkin… what a wonderful and awful experience. I have to admit that it’s a love/hate sort of thing for me. I love all of the wonderful language skills you can address with this activity such as vocabulary, sequencing, and answering questions. So, what’s to hate? It’s such a mess!!! Now before […]
These baseball cards are great for working on a variety of number-based skills. Students can practice counting objects and matching the amount to the correct number, sequencing numbers, and comparing amounts with “more than” and “less than”. There are many language concepts in math and the skills you can address with these cards help provide […]