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Negation Picture Cards – Space

Negation Picture Cards – Space

  • January 25, 2024

Negation is an important language concept to understand in its different forms. These space-themed picture cards use "is not" and "does not" while featuring concepts such as shapes and attributes. You can print these out as a worksheet or cut…

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Basic Adjectives – Fall

Basic Adjectives – Fall

  • October 29, 2023

Here's a fun, fall-themed way to practice identification of basic adjectives such as "empty," "loud," and "fewer." You can keep the printable as a worksheet or cut it into cards. With the interactive version, students drag a circle to their…

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More Vs. Fewer – Halloween

More vs. Fewer – Halloween

  • September 29, 2023

Math vocabulary is important for your students to know.  From the basics of counting and "more" and "fewer" to more academic vocabulary such as "hypotenuse," we need to make sure our students have the vocabulary they need to succeed in…

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Basic Adjectives – Summer

Basic Adjectives – Summer

  • June 28, 2023

Here's a fun, warm-weather way to practice identification of basic adjectives such as "taller," "round," and "more." You can keep the printable as a worksheet or cut it into cards. With the interactive version, students drag a circle to their…

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Colorful Shells Language Activities

Colorful Shells Language Activities

  • June 27, 2023

These colorful seashells can be used for working on color matching, color naming and same vs. different. There are shells in six basic colors included, as well as a page of ideas for how to use them. Interactive Material: This…

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Basic Sentence Structure With Pictures

Basic Sentence Structure with Pictures

  • February 26, 2023

This material is geared toward students working on very basic sentence structures. There are 6 sentence strips with boxes for the student to place pictures in and 60 color pictures included. Help the student pick appropriate pictures, model the sentence…

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