Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities

Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
Feed the PEEPS! Inference, Category, Sorting Activities
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Easter Peep Themed Inference Activity Includes:

Activity #1: What food does the peep want to eat?
I use this activity to work on inference, color identification, categorizing food (dessert, fruit, vegetable, snack), healthy vs. unhealthy food, hot vs. cold food, compare/contrast, and inference.

Activity #2: Memory (3 options of play)
OPTION 1: Print and laminate peep boards and food choices. Cut apart the food choices and place face down in front of the students. Take turns selecting a food card and placing it with the corresponding peep. Example: Student selects milk. “What peep liked the color white and cold drinks?”
Note: This was designed as the easiest level. Each food card has the corresponding peep depicted.
OPTION 2: Same as OPTION 1; however, corresponding peeps are not depicted on food choices.
OPTION 3: Print and laminate OPTION 3 & OPTION 2 boards. Cut images apart and place face down in order to play a classic “memory” type game. Example: Student turns over the blue peep. “What food are you looking for?” Student turns over another card to make a match.

Activity #3: Color Sorting
OPTION 1: Give each student a peep board. Students take turns naming a needed food item depicted on his/her board. The student must answer a question about the food item before placing it on his/her board.
Example Questions: What color is (food item)?; When would you eat (food item)?; Do you like to eat (food item)?; What might you eat with (food item); Is (food item) a fruit, vegetable, snack, drink?; Is (food item) a cold/hot food?...
OPTION 2: Give each student a peep board. Place the food cards and the GOOD/BAD BUNNY cards face down on the table. The students take turns selecting cards in order to match food items depicted on peep boards. The student selects a card, names the item or color + item (red apple) before placing it on his/her board. If a GOOD/BAD BUNNY card is selected, follow directions written on card (take another turn/loose turn). Continue play until all boards are complete.
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