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Avoid The Ghosts Interactive Game

Avoid the Ghosts Interactive Game

  • September 29, 2021

Use this fun, interactive game with your students this month as a sweet treat to motivate them. Have them complete a set of tasks before clicking on the disappearing tiles or have them click a tile for each production they've…

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Fall Theme Picture Cards

Fall Theme Picture Cards

  • September 29, 2021

These picture cards can be used for many things, such as introducing and practicing vocabulary words or talking about object functions.  Printing two copies of the cards gives you the option of playing "Go Fish" or a memory matching game.…

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Comparing With Fall Items

Comparing with Fall Items

  • September 29, 2021

Use these fall-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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Ice Cream Antonyms

Ice Cream Antonyms

  • July 27, 2021

There's just something about ice cream cones that makes practicing skills more fun! These ice cream-themed antonym materials certainly do. Students match the word on the scoop of ice cream with the cone that has its opposite word. Interactive Material:…

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Combining Sentences – Ice Cream Theme

Combining Sentences – Ice Cream Theme

This language skill is one that many students find challenging until it has been explicitly taught to them.  Use these ice cream-themed sentences to give your students practice combining sentences without using the word "and" by adding an adjective from…

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Beach Scene For Directions

Beach Scene for Directions

  • June 26, 2021

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

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