Updated September 2015 to include more activity pages and color and black/white options for most pages
Aligned to the ABLLS-R
147 total pages
Part 1: Sensory-Motor Activities including ABLLS-R alignment
Part 2: Printables
Part 3: Book (2 versions included)
Symbols of the USA—You can learn them today!
Part 1 has nine engaging natural environment teaching activities. Each one includes a materials list, directions, and alignment to ABLLS-R objectives. Sensory motor active learning stations include the following:
March in a parade
Statue of Liberty
Pay your taxes
The White House
Fly like an eagle
Let freedom ring
The American flag
Bean bag toss
Part 2 has color and black/white printable pages addressing ABLLS-R objectives using activities based on the symbols of the USA. These activities are quick and ready to use as assessments, work samples, discrete trial materials, or small group instruction.
Part 3 contains the book Symbols of the USA—you can learn them today! This book was written to introduce and support the vocabulary and concepts used in the active learning stations. Color and blackline versions are included.
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