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This is a file folder game meant to be printed and laminated for repeated use. *No folders or velcro included (teacher must provide). Students with autism or special needs will learn to match two of the same food items together. With support they may be able to learn the names of the foods. *Clipart from Creative Clips, Ashley Hughes, and Teacher Laura
This free matching set includes 4 picture to picture matching activities. These activities are great for special education, PreK, or Kindergarten classrooms. Students with Autism love these activities because they build on visual strengths. File Folder Activities are perfect for centers and individual workstations. Included are 4 sample boards and matching pieces of four different levels: 5 pieces9 pieces12 pieces20 pieces
Increase your students' awareness and ability to identify nine important community safety signs. Signs include: stop, do not enter, closed, open, stairs, elevator, traffic light, recycling and poison. Mix & match! Safety sign pairs can be made between written descriptions, colored images, grayscale images, and real-life signs in environmentally appropriate settings. For best results, laminate and add Velcro as a reusable activity.
These interactive file folder songs are great for early language acquisition. Use in speech therapy, preschool class, circle time, and more!Includes 3 songs: Old MacDonald, 5 Little Monkeys, and Hickory Dickory DockTarget:Receptive identification of animals Imitating actions/words Filling in words Choice making Requesting more or done Enjoy! I would appreciate it if you took the time to leave a rating and feedback on this free product. Thank you!_____________________________________________⭐ REL
Adding with touch points, dots or any type of visual, increases a young child's ability to learn the concept of addition or adding on. This whimsical "Fishy Counting" file folder activity contains 10 pages of addition practice. For best quality, print using "Landscape Setting" on white card stock paper. This FREE file folder set includes: * Counting with dots visual guide * 16 visually enhanced addition problems * Counting worksheet * Counting Cards For more FREE activities Go to AutismEduc
Practice letter recognition with this hands on activity. There are four file folder activities included.Uppercase to uppercase: same fontsUppercase to uppercase: different fontsLowercase to lowercase: same fontsLowercase to lowercase: different fontsThese file folder activities are perfect for independent work, small group work, or using to assess!How to get TPT credit to use on future purchases:• Please go to your My Purchases page (you may need to login). Beside each purchase you'll see a Pro
PreK - 1st
Numbers 1-20 with words and ten frames to add to your math centers. Simply print, glue to folder, laminate and add to your math center. Students use this file folder resource to write numbers or number words. You can also use this as a matching game. Great to use for early elementary and ESL students. Keep the Magic- Evelyn Rivera This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
PreK - 2nd
This file folder game focuses on one-to-one correspondence using numbers 1-10. The objective of the game is to count the chocolate chips on the cookie and find the number that matches. It is easy to assemble. Simply print, cut out and laminate. Enjoy this freebie!
PreK - K
Instructions and printables to make 2 file folder activities to work on sequencing - all winter themed! This can be a challenging skill to target for many students but is essential to demonstrate comprehension and time orientation. This is an essential foundational concept that will lead to development of more complex skills.Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs! This resource is great for use with students that are both verbal and nonverbal!File folder activities
Happy Spring! Here is my gift to you! I hope your students enjoy them! April File Folder Games are designed to help students practice matching, colors, counting, patterns, sizing, letter sounds, and shapes. There are 9 different games. These games require some assembly but I designed the pages to keep the assembly to a minimum. If you choose to use Velcro, use the dots to save more time. Put each folder’s game pieces in a baggie or envelope and attach it to the file folder. (label the ba
PreK - 1st
Free File Folder Games that teach: Visual Discrimination Letter Recognition Sizing Classification Shapes Learning Number quantity Make your own file folder games with these files and have learning activities ready for any day! Simply laminate and paste or tape to a folder and put away pieces in a plastic baggie. Hope your class enjoys!! If you download please leave a comment below and follow me for more products like this! Jady Jady
Students will match the pictures that rhyme.
PreK - 1st
This free file folder activity is great for the end of the school year, extended school year, or an aquarium unit. Perfect for preschool or special education! Just cut out the fish, laminate, and add velcro! Fish Color Matching File Folder Activity by Teacher of Superheroes is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International License.
Game Title: Circus CVCs Skill: Reading Short A CVC words & matching to pictures. Children match the word to its picture.Your PDF includes two versions of the game: *with and without "welded sounds (an & am).Each version contains:1) Title Page & Tab Label2) 2 interior game mats3) 15 game pieces**************************************************************************Please take a moment to provide feedback and earn valuable TpT credit to use towards future purchases. I value you
Instructions and printables to make 2 file folder activities to work on sequencing - all spring themed! This can be a challenging skill to target for many students but is essential to demonstrate comprehension and time orientation. This is an essential foundational concept that will lead to development of more complex skills. Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs! This resource is great for use with students that are both verbal and nonverbal! File folder activit
PRINTABLE ACTIVITY: You will download one free file folder game for your preschool or kindergarten students to practice matching uppercase and lowercase letters. This game works well in literacy centers for students with special education needs or for ESL students. For distance learning, your students could use it as a cut and paste activity.NOTE: If this game works well for your students, please check out this set of 6 more alphabet games. Click HERE.----------------------------------✔︎ For di
File folder activities are wonderful to have on hand for teaching and reviewing an array of speech and language skills and concepts. This "Feed the Clown" activity will help your students improve their utterance length, vocabulary skills, and ability to answer questions. What more can you ask for from a freebie?!***************************************************************************How should you use this activity?★ Students follow the instructions to feed the clown★ Sentence strips provided
Students can sort shapes (circle, square, triangle, rectangle) using this file folder activity and worksheet.Other shape activities:Coloring Shapes for BeginnersMatching Shapes File Folder ActivityShapes Q-tip PaintingSorting Shape Mini Erasers FREEBIEOther file folder activities:Basic Skills BundleSorting Pictures by ColorMatching ColorsBeginning Sounds File FolderMatching LettersNumbers 1-20Customer TipsGet credit for future purchasesGo to "My Purchases" page Click on the "Provide Feedback" bu

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Sort Christmas items by color with this free, festive file folder! Students will put the pictures into the corresponding color columns. This is a fun December holiday activity for preschool or special education. If you like this file folder, check out these Christmas resources: Christmas Work Binder BUNDLE of Christmas Counting Task CardsFollow me on Instagram (@teacherofsuperheroes) for giveaways, tips, and ideas for using my resources in your classroom! Thank you Little Bunnies Designs for the
This is a great file folder game that can be used to reinforce/practice number recognition 1-24. This game is easy to assemble and easy to play. It is great for independent work time and can also be used to assess your student number knowledge. This file comes with two games. One with the numbers in order and a second with the numbers scrambled. Perfect for teachers, tutors, homeschoolers and/or parents!
PreK - 1st
This free shape matching file folder activity is perfect for students who are learning to match shapes. Great for early intervention, preschool, or special education. Shape names are included so students can learn to recognize them, too! The shape pieces to match are in color, and the shapes in the folder are black-and-white. Students will match the shape pieces in color to the shapes in the folder that are in black-and-white. Thank you to Rainbow Sprinkle Studio - Sasha Mitten for the shapes cl
Includes 2 file folder games: 1. Picture to Picture Match 2. Match the tools, vehicles and clothing to the correct community helper
File Folder game with a focus of matching numbers to dots through 20. It is a good independent center. Be sure to glue one set of pumpkins (either the numbers OR the dots) to the file folder then laminate. The other is used to match on the folder. I made it in black and white and print off on orange cardstock so you do not use much color ink and the cardstock will make it last longer. If you enjoy this product, please be sure to rate it! Thank you!!
PreK - 1st
Review colors and color words with this fun file folder game. Colors included are red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black, and white. Match the label to the crayon using color coded words or black and white words. Laminate pieces for added durability. I like to put Velcro on the backs of the pieces. If you find this game useful, PLEASE leave me feedback! I am a new TpT seller. Thank you kindly! =)
PreK - 1st
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