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Always, Sometimes, Or Never – Camping Theme

Always, Sometimes, or Never – Camping Theme

  • July 31, 2022

These camping-themed statements are a great way to work on "always", "sometimes", and "never." There are instructions for using this as an activity with an individual student or a group. There are cards, worksheets, and an interactive file. Worksheet vs.…

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Camping Scene For Directions

Camping Scene for Directions

  • July 28, 2022

If you've got students working on describing, following directions, or understanding prepositions, these materials are a definite download! You can use the printable pieces and play a barrier game or have students follow directions or indicate an understanding of prepositions…

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Camping Feelings

Camping Feelings

  • July 27, 2022

Use these cute campers to help your students answer camping-themed "How would you feel if..." questions. Students can identify the camper that corresponds to an appropriate emotion and then, if able, explain why they would feel that way.  For many…

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Crab Preposition Picture Cards

Crab Preposition Picture Cards

  • June 30, 2022

Chris the Crab is here to help your students work on prepositions, receptively and expressively! Go on a pretend visit to the beach to find where Chris is playing hide-and-seek! The prepositions used are: in, on, under, in front of,…

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Shell Sorting By Sound Position

Shell Sorting by Sound Position

  • June 30, 2022

This is a fun, beach-themed sorting activity that can be used to promote phonemic awareness. You can practice phonemic awareness to help with speech articulation or early reading skills. These go great with a beach theme! In this game, students…

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Has/Have Verb Agreement With Aliens

Has/Have Verb Agreement with Aliens

  • May 31, 2022

With this hands-on therapy activity, your students will practice "has/have" subject-verb agreement with the help of these extraordinary aliens.  Students first give the alien or aliens an item and then say a sentence to describe it, such as, "The alien has…

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