A notebook file with links to the Email Santa website which enables children to email Santa and get a pretty much instant reply which can be printed out.
The file supports children by walking through what to do and can be left up for the children to come and see what to do next while doing the activity. A real email address isn't necessary.
this is an interactive tool to use with entry level learners. it encourages word recognition, gross and fine motor dexterity, listening skills, cause and effect and color recognition. it uses visuals and audio to reinforce meaning and understanding.
My monthly bingos have been a huge hit! Get the complete set here for a significant discount! This bundle contains thematic monthly bingo games for September, October, November, December, January, February, March, April, May, and June!
Each game includes 20 boards and calling cards for 2 levels of play. Each game includes an easy version of calling cards with just pictures and vocabulary to work on picture identification and vocabulary. The hard version includes hints for each picture to work on receptive language, problem solving, and vocabulary building.
My students love to play bingo! It's a great way to work on turn taking. We use bingo for independent group time and one student gets to be "in charge" - they love it! These are truly a classroom must have!
Just laminate or print on card stock and it's ready to go!
Two games for working on making inferences. Who am I? and Where am I? The 'Who am I?' game is based on community helpers. The 'Where am I?' game uses common locations. Each game has 24 cards, a score card, direction card, and labels.
Each flashcard has a clue to help the student infer which community helper it is. Answer is included on the bottom. This game can be played in a small group of up to 6. Students take turns reading the prompts to a classmate and keep score on the score card or the game can be teacher lead to a larger group. Instructions for set up are included as well as suggestions for easy storage.
This game is great for early elementary. This is also perfect for students with autism or cognitive disabilities who need to work on answering wh- questions, making inferences, and naming people/items. This would work well in a classroom or in a speech therapy setting!