Color Coded to help the student differentiate between different things in their neighborhood. Use these Flashcards along with the full neighborhood printable to help your student grasp the vocabulary needed to discuss what is in their neighborhood.
Cut out the days of the week and months of the year to use on the empty charts. Give your student a visual as you teach him/her ordinal numbers and which day or month comes before or after. You can use velcro dots to attach each piece as you learn
Get festive in your classroom with these numbered watercolor eggs. Comes with numbers 1-9 and each square measures 2.3 x 2.3 inches. Each egg is a different color and is numbered to give the student choice. A great way to teach numbers and colors
Includes labeled shapes in different colors to help the student identify and name each shape. Each shape includes the number of sides. Count the sides with your student to help them remember how many sides each shape has. These are the main shapes
Doodles by Christina's Classroom Printables. Use these as a visual to teach your students that animals grow and change. Introduce new vocabulary words: pets, farm animals and wild animals to talk about where each animal lives. Specifically made for
A printable that can be used so many different ways! Includes 11 jelly beans and an empty jar. Each jelly bean has a different facial expression and color.
How can you use these?
1. Use these as a reward system. Each time the student does a good
Focuses on the main objective in the lesson, "Smells Nice, tastes good..." Teach your student the difference between, bright and dark colors, sour, spicy, sweet and salty. Cut out the different food items and use the labeled bowls to sort each item
Colorful doughnuts in colors similar to the monsters. Use these doughnuts as an introduction to teach the vocabulary word, "snack," to teach colors, as classroom decorations or as a reward. Includes 5 doughnuts, each measuring over 3 inches.