If you loved the other seasonal versions, you will love the summer version also! Target multiple skills with this fun, summer-themed packet! Work on receptive identification of clothing, expressive labeling of clothing, following directions, pronouns, and "what's missing?". Your students will love this interactive activity that gives their busy hands something to do while they're learning!
This product is included in my Four Seasons of Language Concepts Bundle
What’s In the Bundle?
Pages 3-8: Receptive and Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice according to the list provided or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing. (Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
Pages 9-12: Expressive Identification of Clothing Cookie Sheet Pages- students can select clothing of their choice and label the clothing pieces or you can use the Following Directions Cards to help students choose the clothing.
(Print, laminate and attach magnets to back.)
Pages 13-20: Following Directions Cards- these can be used with any of the cookie sheet pages, but are ideal for pages 9-12. Use these cards to create 1 or 2-step directions activities.
(Print, laminate and cut apart.)
Pages 21-30: Pronoun Cookie Sheets and corresponding Following Directions Cards (Print, laminate and cut apart.)
Pages 31-32: Individual Pieces of Clothing
(Print, laminate, cut, and attach magnets to back.)
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