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Students will practice color and number recognition, sequencing, letter matching, counting, sorting by size and shape matching. These math and literacy games work well for preschool, kindergarten, special education, autism and speech and language therapy.This printable packet will make 6 file folder
Do your kindergarten students or students with special needs need more practice with sight words? Use these engaging file folders which provide a hands on way to practice working towards sight word mastery or IEP goals as students practice matching, reading, writing, and beginning sounds skills at t
Printable Activities: You will receive 5 file folder games with vocabulary sight words for your kindergarten, 1st grade, and special education students. They also work well as a printable distance learning packet for at home games or as cut and paste worksheets. ------------------------------------▶︎
Each game is in full color and includes a filing tab, a "How to Play" section, a decorative title label with picture, game pieces and most include answer keys. Read each paragraph. Find the pencil that tells what most likely happened next and place that pencil in the answer box under the paragraph
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Do your students need help listening to the beginning sounds of words? Are they working on differentiating the different sounds of the alphabet? Use this fun and colorful book to help with first sound fluency and sound discrimination!Includes:Level One★26 begins like sheets with pictures already pri
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
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street (2007) stories for Unit 1, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 1, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end
With these Monster themed file folder activities, students in preschool, special education or kindergarten will practice visual discrimination, match pictures, match words, match shapes, sort by size, complete patterns, count and read number words. They also work well for students with autism. These
File Folder Games. With these Spring themed file folder activities, students in preschool, special education or kindergarten will practice visual discrimination, match pictures, match words, match shapes, sort by size, complete patterns, count and read number words. They also work well for students
-This inferencing packet includes task cards to practice the skill. They may be used as examples in a lesson, reading center, or in small groups. To create the task cards: cut out the answer flaps (you choose which design or use both) and only glue the back of the flap above the dashed line. Line
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This game is great for students to work on independently or with partners in literacy centers or as an activity for students to do if they finish early. In this game, students choose two consonants and a vowel and place them in the colored boxes. They read each sound (going from green to yellow to r
Each game is in full color and includes a filing tab, a "How to Play" section, a decorative title label with picture, game pieces and most include answer keys. Froggy Facts: Distinguishing between fact and opinion. (Read the state on each frog card. If it is a fact, put it on the fact lilly pad. If
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PreK - 1st
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 4, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end
With these Robots file folder activities, students in preschool, special education or kindergarten will practice visual discrimination, matching pictures, matching words, matching shapes, sort by size, complete patterns, count and read number words. They also work well for students with autism. Thes
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 3, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 6, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end
These 30 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for THE ENTIRE YEAR! There is one game for every story. This includes Units 1-6, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game b
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 5, grade 3. However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first player to the end
With these Day or Night file folder activities, students in preschool, special education or kindergarten will practice visual discrimination, matching pictures, matching words, matching shapes, sorting by size, completing patterns, counting and reading number words. They also work well for students
This TERRIFIC bundle set of 4 games helps students identify the sight words: me, I, see, a, the, and, can & it. The file folder game boards are DIFFERENTIATED for beginner to advanced, giving you plenty of variety! This BUNDLE set has so many game boards and pieces, you could even make 8 file f
March File Folder Games are designed to help students practice matching, colors, counting, patterns, alphabet, and shapes. 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
This file folder activity is perfect to practice reading prepositional phrases from the story. Prepositional phrases are written on each egg on a plate. Students must read the prepositional phrase (ex. on a boat) and match it the correct picture on a ham. After all matching is complete, there
These 5 colorful file folder games help students review skills related to the Reading Street stories for Unit 4, grade 3 (2011 version). However, you do not have to use Reading Street in order to use these games. Students move along the game board each time a correct answer is given. The first pl

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