What is the Sensory Practice Cards packet?
Thanks so much for showing interest in my Sensory Practice Cards packet! This packet offers the teacher a quick and comprehensive resource for practice handwriting skills throughout the entire school while. The packet offers a variety of ways the cards can be used with multisensory approaches. In the packet you not only receive the practice cards to guide the students, but you also get a visual overview of sensory supplies for the students to practice in. The packet also includes basic recording sheets to hold students accountable if you choose to use this packet as an independent center. Download and EDITABLE template to the cards HERE. Click the link and then click the white download button in the upper right hand corner to download the file to your computer.The pictures found in this post have the sensory practice cards used with an empty pencil box. The pencil box allows for quick storage and no fuss clean up.Here is a quick breakdown of what you get:
What is included in Sensory Practice Cards packet?
- Pre-writing strokes for 50 themes
- Capital letter cards for 50 themes
- Lowercase letter cards for 50 themes
- Number cards (1-20) for 50 themes
- (Double) Ten frame cards (1-20) for 50 themes
- Sight word cards for 50 themes (see list below but editable cards included)
- Recording sheets for each theme/skill (5 basic recording sheets per theme)
- Editable template cards (generic cards without the clip art)
**VIDEO LINKS** (View these detailed videos for a better understanding of the program!)
** Overview video: HERE
** Print tips video: HERE
What supplies can be used for the Sensory Practice Cards packets?
- Sensory rice
- Sensory sand
- Glass gems
- Mini erasers
- Table confetti, and MORE!
What options are there for this packet?
This packet has a variety of uses from literacy centers, math centers, handwriting work, guided reading warm up, guided math warm up, and MORE! Here are some additional ways to use the cards:
Option 1: Writing in Sand- In this option, students will practice writing in sand. Students can write with their finger or a paintbrush.
Option 2: Writing in Rice- In this option, students can write in colored rice. Students can write with their finger or a paintbrush.
Option 3: Writing in Sprinkles- In this options, students can write in baking sprinkles. Students can write with their finger or a paintbrush.
Option 4: Writing in Sequins- In this option, students will write in sequins. Students can write with their finger or a paintbrush.
Option 5: Writing in Jewels- In this option, students will write in jewels. Students can write with their finger or a paintbrush.
Option 6: Writing in Confetti Sand- In this options, students will write in sand with confetti. Students can write with their finger or paintbrush.
Option 7: Building with Erasers- In this options, students will build with mini erasers in the sand, rice, or sensory material of choice.
Option 8: Building with Gems- In this options, students will build with glass gems in the sand, rice, or sensory material of choice.
What themes are included?
- School cats
- Fairy Tales (Humpty Dumpty)
- Candy corn
- Gingerbread Man
- St. Patrick's Day
- Read day
What sight words are covered?
Please note editable task cards are included so you can type in additional sight words!
I, like, the, and, can, see, we, my, to, come, me, with, you, what, are, now, is, how, find, this, will, be, go, for, make, play, here, said, she, all, he, no, do, down, have, help, look, out, off, take, they, here, love, went, out, first, next, were, into, saw, mom, dad
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