Using this picnic-themed activity, students practice following directions with prepositions by placing pictures of objects around a printed picnic blanket. It can be used with individual students or as a group activity. Three levels of difficulty The easiest level of directions focuses on the understanding of basic prepositions (e.g., on, under, next to). “Put the […]
Some language impaired students need direct, specific instruction for learning concepts such as “neither”, “either”, and “both”. Use this cute caterpillar activity to teach and reinforce the meanings of these terms. How to use the materials After reading a card or rebus sentence, your student puts the two food items listed in front of him. […]
After reading Eric Carle’s The Very Hungry Caterpillar, have your students put these 6 pictures in the order that they happen in the story. Then you can have them practice retelling the story using words of order (e.g., first, next, finally). Instructions and a page of 6 pictures are included. These sequencing pictures can also […]
“Fix-ups” are a great way to have students identify and correct written errors, which can then carry-over to editing their own writing. These picnic themed fix-ups work on capitalization, punctuation, and possessive “s” errors. This worksheet includes 10 sentences. It can also be found as part of the Picnic Theme Basic Set.
These picnic food picture cards can be used to work on categorizing foods into groups, such as fruits, vegetables, and desserts. You can also use them to talk about which foods are natural or “whole foods” and which ones have been processed. Instructions and 30 pictures cards, which are available in color and black and […]
This printable page corresponds to Eric Carle’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar. It shows the food that the caterpillar ate each day of the week. You can use this chart to help answer questions about the book or you can cut the pieces apart and see if your students can match the foods to the […]