Puzzles, play dough mats, a grid game, roll and cover games, clip cards, and more: 10 different activities with several variations to practice and review counting to 10 (some variations go beyond 10 to 12 or 20). There are several no prep activities while others need some preparation but can be used over and over.
Instructions for preparing and using the printables are included.
Includes a handy clickable table of contents to help you find what you need easily.
Includes 11 cute clip cards covering numbers 0 through 10. Three different fonts and colored and black and white versions available.
Practicing beginning sounds is getting boring? Try this simple but fun and engaging Sunflower Beginning Sounds Sort! This fun sorting game includes sorting mats with upper, lower, and mixed-case letters and images that represent each beginning sound. Also includes four differentiated recording sheets for different skill levels and cute storage labels to help you organize your materials.
- 78 sunflower cards with letters on them: 26 uppercase, 26 lowercase, and 26 mixed case cards;
- 78 different sunflower heads with images with different beginning sounds;
- 4 differentiated accountability worksheets („write“ and „write or draw“
- 4 sheets of labels, including labels for each letter from A-Z, blank labels, and a cover label.
13 pages of four cards each covering all 52 primer sight words plus one page of four editable cards for use with your own content.
You don't need any special software to edit the file, just your regular PDF reader.
Check out all of the contents of the file in this short video:
Have fun dressing up paper dolls while reviewing sight words with this cute printable Winter Clothes Pre-Primer Sight Word Match! Perfect for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning to read! Also works great in a busy bag you can take along for situations where you need a boredom buster.
The pdf file contains eight different paper dolls and eight sets of matching winter clothes. Each item of clothing has a pre-primer sight word on it that matches sight words on body parts of the paper dolls. There’s one sight word on each head, throat, belly, legs, and feet to be matched with hats, scarves, sweaters/jackets, pants, and boots.
All 40 pre-primer sight words are included.