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Looking for a PRINT AND GO unit to help your students understand real and make believe? I have you covered with this language arts and science unit plan. It has printables with vocabulary, sorting, ideas, and writing lessons to help them stay engaged. ●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●●
This adapted book is great to work on the concept of real and make believe for children with less verbal skills. This book works on the essential skills of making choices, building vocabulary, and identifying items based on the real/make believe attribute. Each page follows a similar routine and is
This resource includes two Halloween themed language games to work discriminating between real and make-believe and to work on discriminating between fact or fiction. These games are great for early elementary. They are also perfect for students with autism or cognitive disabilities who need to work
Grades:
PreK - 8th
This can be copied and used for independent activity to determine if students understand the concept of Real or Make Believe. I suggest downloading the Real or Make Believe Group Activity to use first, and then give this to students to check for understanding.Copyright © 2013 Shelli JoBoardmaker Pi
This packet includes: Real and Make Believe headings for pocket chart 28 Real Picture Cards for pocket chart 29 Make Believe Picture Cards for pocket chart 28 small real and 29 make believe colored cards for sorting mat activity 28 small real and 29 make believe black and white cards for sortin
Grades:
PreK - K
Dr. Cat Activities Vowel Sort, Real or Make Believe Words, and Alphabet Match! Celebrate Theodore Seuss Geisel's Birthday! 16 pages of activities! Activities included in this packet… 1. Vowel Sort: Use the Vowel Card Labels and the words cards. Sort the word cards (just use real words or use b
Help Emerging Readers, ESL-ELL, Speech, and Special Education students understand real and make believe with this language arts bundle. This reality and fantasy bundle includes Digital and Printable activities to provide fun, interactive, and meaningful activities for students learn about real and m
This unit provides you with 2 posters, questions to ask your students during circle time, 42 picture cards to sort, 7 worksheets, and 2 books to make.
This digital resource was designed to introduce the concepts of REAL and Make-Believe. I like to explain the differences between real and make-believe and give concrete examples supported by visual representations. This deck of digital task cards will allow you to do just that.Next, play a fun gam
Real and Make Believe This Real and Make Believe Unit: "Something Is Silly," includes, 1 adapted book, 1 BIG sorting activity, and 4 practice worksheets. With this activity, the teacher or therapist reads the adapted book, "Something is Silly" with students as students follow along and identify wh
This product includes two sorting mats: real and make believe. It also includes a set of 6 real and a set of 6 make believe picture cards to sort.
Grades:
PreK - 1st
This pack includes 20 real and make believe task cards to help your students learn the difference between real and make believe. Answers and recording sheet are included as well as a worksheet for students to write their own real and make believe statements which you can use as a follow up, homewor
This pack includes 22 real and make believe task cards to help your students learn the difference between real and make believe. Answers and recording sheet are included as well as a worksheet for students to write their own real and make believe statements which you can use as a follow up, homework
Teaching kids the difference between real and make-believe is vital, and it isn't always as easy as it seems. Sometimes children have a difficult time determining whether something is real or make-believe. These real or make-believe games and activities make learning fun and interesting. These ga
This packet has been revised to include more items for practice and review of identifying real and make-believe statements. I think you will like the added items. I have included a whole group activity and 4 worksheets that target the skill of the center. This center will be easy and quick to g
This fictional and nonfictional animal packet focuses on sharks. It includes realistic and make-believe picture sorts, printable shark worksheets, write around the room activities, and two versions of foldable, fictional books about sharks. One foldable book includes a fictional story about sharks
*Preview shows entire product with the exception of some B&W copies".This product contains a variety of activities to enhance your instruction of Real/Make Believe and Nonfiction/fiction.- Real/Make Believe terms are geared toward Pre-K and K- Nonfiction/Fiction terms are geared toward 1st and 2
This fictional and nonfictional animal packet focuses on giraffes. It includes realistic and make-believe picture sorts, printable giraffe worksheets, write around the room activities, and two versions of foldable, fictional books about sharks. One foldable book includes a fictional story about gira
Real or Make-Believe Sort 3 Sorting WorksheetsStudents will distinguish Between Real and Make-Believe. Colorful pictures are included.What's included?- an anchor sheet- 3 sorting sheets- answer keysGreat for review, homework, independent work or test prep.Set one is available here.Learners of the Wo
This is a great activity to use as a whole or small group to teach a difficult concept for young children. Have them take turns determining if a picture represents something real or make believe and then place it on the T Graph. I stick magnet to the back of mine and place it on the dry erase boar
Students will roll onset and rime cubes to build words. Some words will be real words and some words will be make-believe words. This fun way to practice phonics skills will also help students in need of monitoring for the Nonsense Word Fluency portions of the DIBELS assessment. Download includes
This can be used for remote/distance learning and learning pods.Young children often have a hard time understanding the difference between real and make-believe. Kindergarten students must understand the difference between literature and informational texts in the Common Core, so this activity can
Help your students practice decoding with this fun Google slides game! Perfect for distance learning or fun in the classroom!Teachers can edit the words to match the skills they are practicing such as CVC or CVCe and so on!View in presentation mode to play the game with your students!Check out the
Grades:
PreK - 3rd
Some children have difficulty discriminating between what is real and what is make-believe. This can lead to increased fears. This is an activity similar to one I used with my own child to help her calm her fears and to differentiate what is real and what is make-believe.Looking for a Digital/Virtua

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