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- Flower activity bundle! Your kids will love these hands-on learning activities for Spring and Summer flower theme ...perfect for your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten class! This bundle includes FIVE of my flower themed products and 1 bonus activity at one low price.The activities are appropriat$8.75$15.00Save $6.25
Flower alphabet and phonics fun for your spring and summer preschool, pre-k and kindergarten class! This hands-on literacy activity will help you teach kids letter recognition and letter sound association. Perfect for your spring theme, flower theme, or garden theme unit and lesson plans.
*Please note that this product is included in my Flower Power Bundle: Activities for Preschool and Early Childhood. If you purchase the money-saving bundle, you DO NOT need to purchase this product.
Children can place flowers inside the flower pots as they sort and match letters to letters or letters to pictures. Direction for assembling laminated flower pot pouches are included.
Please download the preview file to see sample product pages. Some construction is required. Click here to see how to make the interactive product. Don't want to take time to make the pouches.....no worries....just cut out the front portion of the flower pot. Kids can match the flowers to the pots.
This product contains many components so that you can customize it for the specific needs of your students/children.
The following are included:
✔ 26 uppercase flower pots
✔ 26 lowercase flower pots
✔ 26 uppercase flowers
✔ 26 lowercase flowers
✔ 26 initial sound flowers with labels
✔ 26 initial sound flowers without labels.
This set is perfect for use in home, school, and therapy settings. It is a great addition to your spring, summer, Mother's Day, or flower unit and is appropriate for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, SPED, RTI, occupational therapy, speech therapy. Use it in a language arts or literacy center, create a file folder game, use as a busy bag activity, or in and take home bags.
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