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Using this Common and Proper Nouns Activity, students match the Common and Proper Noun Cards to the appropriate category.
Using this Apple CVC Mat Activity, students build CVC words using colorful apple tiles to use during your apple themed week!
Using this Haunted House CVC Mat Activity, students place letter tiles on the picture cards to create CVC words.
Using Raking Leaves Verbs Activity, students play a match game to match the pictures of verbs to the action word.
Using this Fall CVC Mat Activity, students place letter tiles on the picture cards to create CVC words.
Using this CVC Short Vowel Sounds Activity, students sort CVC words based on the short vowel sound in the word.
Using this Dressin For the Season Seasons Activity, students put Froggy in the correct season based on his clothing choice.
Using this Ten Little Pumpkins Counting by 10 Activity, students practice skip counting by 10’s by putting number cards in order.
Using Falling Leaves Sight Words Activity, students practice reading high frequency words related to fall.
Using this Sweet Summer Treats Money Addition Activity, students Match the money cards with the food cards to match the prices of the items.
Using these Birthday Flash Cards, students improve their birthday vocabulary by describing the colorful flash cards.
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Using Same or Different Activity, students use the picture cards to practice visually discriminating things that are the same and/or different.
Using Months of the Year Activity, students put the months cards in order to build their calendar skills.
Using this Short Vowel Pumpkin Patch Activity, students sort the picture cards onto the correct short vowel sorting mat.
Using Syllable Snowballs Activity, students practice reading words and identifying the number of syllables.
Using Apples Fact or Fiction Activity, students sort statements of apples into fact or fiction categories.