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More Vs. Fewer – Winter Theme

More vs. Fewer – Winter Theme

  • January 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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Valentine Heart Match Ups – Antonyms

Valentine Heart Match Ups – Antonyms

  • January 29, 2023

How can you mend a broken heart? Simple! Find the heart halves with words that go together, and "voila", you've saved Valentine's Day!  Your students can work on antonyms with the printable or interactive version. There are three levels of…

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Comparing With Winter Items

Comparing with Winter Items

  • December 31, 2022

Use these winter-themed items to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These printable and interactive files are perfect for working on "bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest" for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first activity type has sets…

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Basic Adjectives – Christmas

Basic Adjectives – Christmas

  • November 15, 2022

Here's an easy, festive way to practice identification of basic adjectives such as "tall," "round," 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 answer.…

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Negation Picture Cards – Christmas

Negation Picture Cards – Christmas

  • November 15, 2022

Negation is an important language concept to understand in its different forms. These Christmas picture cards use "is not," "does not," and "can't" while featuring concepts such as colors, shapes, attributes, and categories. You can print these out as worksheets…

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Comparing – Pirate Theme

Comparing – Pirate Theme

  • September 1, 2022

Use these pirate-themed items to help your students practice their basic comparing skills! These printable and interactive files are perfect for working on "bigger, smaller, biggest, and smallest" for both receptive and expressive tasks. The first activity type has sets…

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