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Using Living and Nonliving Activity, students first sort the pictures on the sorting mat and then play Tic-Tac-Toe!
Using this Nutty Nouns Activity, students sort examples of nouns into categories based on person, place, or thing to build their parts of speech understanding.
Using this Land or Water Activity, students play this sorting game to learn which animals live on land and which live in water.
Using A Frog and a Log Position Words Activity, students learn when they should use prepositions when describing the frog in the pictures.
Using this Farm or Zoo Matching Activity, students sort pictures to determine if animals live on a farm or in a zoo.
Using Let's Read Emergent Readers Activity, students read the emergent reader with purpose and understanding to improve fluency and accuracy.
Using Fish Parts Activity, students label the parts of the fish using the word cards to build their understanding of a fish's anatomy.
Using this Animal Riddles Activity, students read riddles about different animals to try to figure out which animal is being described.
Using this Animal Habitats Activity - Freshwater, Grasslands, Forest,Ocean, students sort animal pictures into four different habitats.
Using this Animal Habitats Desert, Farm, Rainforest, Arctic Tundra Sort Activity, students sort animal pictures into four different habitats.
Using Farm Sequencing Activity, students complete the animal patterns with animal cards to build their sequencing skills.
Using this Survivor Ocean Edition Activity, students play the survivor board game to test your knowledge of animals and their habitats.
Using Farm Puzzle, students practice problem solving and logic skills to put together this fifteen piece puzzle.
Using this Frog Facts Activity, students learn about frogs by sorting facts into true or false categories.
Using Animal Myth Busters Author's Purpose Activity, students read animal myths to explain how an author uses evidence to support points in a text.
Using A Boy and His Dog Puzzle, students practice problem solving and logic skills to put together this fifteen piece puzzle.
Using the Beginning Sounds Animal Activity, students match animal picture cards to words cards by using the beginning sound of each word.