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Have you always wanted amazing fine motor activities to use in your classroom but didn't know where to start? This product is designed for you to create 36 awesome fine motor kits to use for morning work, rotations, free choice or support at home. Once prepped, these are simple to put out for the ch
No teacher can ever have too many work tasks. This series of independent work tasks or work boxes is designed to provide simple tasks students can master quickly and easily. These tasks are great for preschool or kindergarten center work, independent work systems or structured work systems with au
No teacher can ever have too many work tasks. This series of independent work tasks or work boxes is designed to provide simple tasks students can master quickly and easily. These tasks are great for preschool or kindergarten center work, independent work systems or structured work systems with au
This game is perfect for children of all ages to practice their knowledge of different bible characters in a fun way. It can be played in a whole group setting with each student holding one card, or it can be played in a small group with each student holding several cards. This game contains 24 dif
These schedule cards allow children to see what is planned for the entire day and help keep them on task. The 85 PECS have child-friendly pictures that are color coded by task type. Each task card is 1.5 inches square. Blanks are also included to easily add your own unique activities. Choose from
This download contains differentiated, multi-level fluency sorts for students with special needs. Teaching fluency is essential because it promotes speedy and accurate responses of mastered skills. This mega-pack of fluency sorts will teach your children to quickly sort common items based on their f
Use these chalkboard themed, kid friendly learning center signs and labels to help your little ones find their assigned center and define the center areas in your classroom. There are more than 50 large learning center signs/labels with matching smaller labels. Please contact me if they do not inclu
This is the task strip I use in my classroom for handwashing. It is 6 steps and very linear. I use it vertically, but you could use it either vertically or horizontally. .................................................................................... DynaVox Mayer-Johnson 2100 Wharton Street
Use these cards for gross motor exercises. The resource has a variety of movements focusing on different parts of the body…like bending, twisting, running, skipping, jumping and so on.Print the cards and laminate. Cut out. Use the cards as a rotation exercise…5 to 7 activities each Monday to Friday.
Weigh to go is a hands on measurement center using items you probably already have in your classroom! Students will compare the weight of items such as glue bottles, pencils, erasers, tissue boxes and scissors using balance scales, and then record the results. There are 4 sets of measurement cards
This social story can be used to help a child identify the difference between tattling and telling and when its appropriate to do so.
Your students will love this fun, hands-on way of identifying and sorting objects by their color. These Connect Links Color Sort Cards can be used for centers, morning tub work, or as an enrichment activity for early finishers. This color sorting activity is a great way for children to develop their
If your kiddos are exploring colors and/or color words, they'll LOVE these bright, engaging play dough mats! For a better look at what's included, just click on PREVIEW! For each color, this set includes a FULL-PAGE play dough mat with 3 pictures for students to re-create, as well as 4 HALF-PAGE ma
Play dough activity mats with various appealing images to encourage students to manipulate their dough in different ways using fine motor skills, encourage one to one correspondence and counting 1 to 10.The file includes both COLOR and BLACK & WHITE!!
This social story can be used to help a child deal not being first. It will help them to understand that they do not have to be first, and their day will still follow the same routine. It encourages the students to make good choices even if they are not first.
This poster can be placed above sinks or when training students to wash hands correctly.
This activity helps students review the psychological theories of development of Freud (Id, ego, and superego), Piaget, Kohlberg, Gilligan, and Erickson. It is a useful overview for a sociology unit on socialization or a quick recap for a psychology unit on development, plus the note pages and Power
This unit provides you with 10 STEM challenge cards for your block area. These cards were created using well known fairy tales and Nursery Rhymes. It's a fun way to give your students the opportunity to be creative, develop their eye hand coordination and help promote engineering concepts. I also l
Lifespan Development Child Development This project will give students a hands on experience to better understand child development through an analysis of their own development and how it applies to key developmental information from the course. Students will work independently or with a partner an
Are you working on alphabet activities with preschoolers? These preschool printables of the alphabet can be used all year long. Use them as alphabet worksheets or laminate and use for students to build the letters over and over! Your students will work on your letter recognition, alphabet knowledge,
Decorate your classroom this summer or school year with these whimsical editable desk plates, locker tags, clock labels and labels! Included are three colors of nameplates, three styles of locker / cubby labels, four colors of classroom labels and clock labels. Cute embellishments for bulletin boa
This is a simple chore chart I made for my daughter. The child earns stickers, smiley faces or whatever you'd like each time a chore is completed. There are 9 chores listed (ones that worked for us!) with 4 spots under each chore. I've added pictures for a fun visual. This has been very motiv
Circle Time Movement Cards Who Can Play? • Pre-K • Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds) • Homeschoolers • Your little mover and shaker Let's Play! These circle time movement cards are great for incorporating some movement into your day. I found that starting circle time was a hard transi
I originally made this product for my four year old that needed some structure in the morning and night now that summer is upon us. It has really worked well and she loves reading it every morning and night to see what she needs to do next! Morning Routines Include: Brushing teeth Getting dressed

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