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Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K

Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
Smore Camping Fun: Math and Literacy Activities for Preschool, Pre-K and K
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{Updated 4/30/2016 and now is 155 pages!}
This pack contains tons of camping activities to use with your little learners! Many printables are offered in color and black and white. Includes two crafts/art projects, lots of learning activities; including many math and alphabet activities.
Here is what is in the pack:
Camping Vocabulary: Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart. Display in a pocket chart or back with magnetic tape and display on a magnet board. This is a great way to introduce little ones to new words and increase vocabulary. Encourage them to write words in a journal and/or illustrate the word.
Camping Concentration: Print off two copies on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart. Turn face down and students match pictures. Students keep their matches and count how many cards they have when the game is over. This helps little ones practice taking turns, learning to wait, playing a game by the rules, understanding the concept of same vs. not the same, and using language skills to describe the picture
I Have/Who Has Color Bear game: Start with any card. That will be the last card used to end the game. Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart. This encourages learners to stay focused, listen, speak in complete sentences by saying “I have (color); Who has (color)?”, take turns, and play a group game.
Flashlight Colors: A student page to help identify color words. Students color the flashlight according to the color word. For students who are still learning colors, highlight or underline the color word in corresponding color. Encourage students to color within a defined space.
Colorful Camping: An emergent reader that focuses on color words. Two versions are available. One is black 
and white. The other has color words printed in corresponding colors.
S’more 3 Step Sequencing: Students cut out and glue the pictures to sequence the steps to make a s’more.
Uppercase, lowercase, and letter sound match: Print, laminate, and cut apart cards. {P.S. The picture for the 
letter sound ‘N’ is a narwhal}
ABC S’mores: Both color and black and white versions are available with cheat sheets to help young and/or struggling learners. On the color version, students can match the extra marshmallows to the blank marshmallows 
to fill in the answer, or write the numbers with a dry erase marker.
Fill in the Blanks Tent ABC Sequencing: Students write the missing letters. Cheat sheets are included for young 
learners who are just beginning to work on this skill.
Fishing ABC’s Student Page: Name a letter/letter sound or draw an alphabet card/letter sound card and have students bingo dot or color in the correct letter of the alphabet on their recording sheet.
Sleeping Bag Opposites: Print, laminate, and cut apart cards. Student sort by opposite pictures and place on 
tents. Another option is to play like ‘memory’. A black and white tent is available to use, if desired, to save on 
Day/Night Picture Sort: Students cut apart pictures and glue according to whether an item or activity happens 
during the day or at night.
“Where’s My Marshmallow?” An emergent reader that helps teach/reinforce positional words. Use mini marshmallows or the marshmallow pictures included to glue on the pages according to the directions. There are both boy and girl campers that can be used for the last page; you decide which one to use.
Indoors/Outdoors Activities Sort: Print off the two scenes and sorting cards, laminate and cut apart. Sort the pictures by which activities are most likely done inside or outside.
Pattern for “Who Is Camping?” Class Book or Art Project. Use the camouflage pattern included or trace for a pattern and use construction paper, scrapbook paper, or brown paper bags. Cover page of book is also included, if desired. Take students’ picture; as if they are peeking out of the tent, or have them draw themselves. Back on construction paper, add the “tent” by cutting the paper up the middle and folding the sides in half.
Patterns for “Lil Camper” Art Craftivity: Sleeping bag pattern, face and hands are included.
Flashlight Shapes: Print on cardstock, laminate, and cut apart. Students match the flashlight to the correct light shape.
S’more Shapes: Print on cardstock, laminate and cut out. Students match the same shape graham cracker, chocolate, and marshmallow to make a s’more. Sticks and campfire are included to use, if desired. A student page is included for individual practice.
Fishing Pole/Fish Shape Match: Match the shape on the fishing pole to the shape on the line of fish. Play like ‘memory’, have students match cards, or pass out cards to students and have them find the person with the matching shape. You may also choose to add a paper clip to the card and use a magnetic fishing pole to have students ‘catch’ a fish shape card.
Caves & Bears Color Sort: Sort color bears into corresponding colored caves. There are three different sizes of bears to allow for your learners to sort by more than one attribute. Bear counters can also be used, if available.
Camping Shadow Match.: Students cut out pictures and glue onto the matching shadows. A class set is also included to be played as a memory game. Print on cardstock, laminate and cut apart. Place face down, students take turns turning over two cards to make a match. See ‘Odds and Ends’ notes to see how this can be tied in with another learning activity.
S’more Counting: Use brown pipe cleaners and white pony beads and/or the marshmallow stick and marshmallows provided to count, compose, or decompose numbers while adding a fine motor element.
Camping Number Match: Match the number, 10 frame, and tally marks from 1-20. A student-recording sheet is also included.
Lantern Numbers: Students fill in the missing number. Print off the color version, laminate, and cut apart. Students can write in the missing number with a dry erase marker or verbally state the number. A black and white version is available for students to use for individual practice sheets.
Color the Patterns Page: Blank camping pattern pictures allow you to decide what type of patterns you want your students to color.
Odds and Ends: Additional teaching ideas to use in the classroom.

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