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Grab these free rhyming printable clip cards to use with your learners! Build phonological awareness as your learners name the picture at the top and clip the rhyming picture beneath it. #rhyming #preschool #kindergarten

Grab these free rhyming printable clip cards to use with your learners! Build phonological awareness as your learners name the picture at the top and clip the rhyming picture beneath it. #rhyming #preschool #kindergarten

Providing stories, ideas, and strategies for helping students with disabilities.

I had been collecting all my little containers that had tiny lids like the samples you get in hotels or little eye creams. After i washed them all thoroughly i put them in a basket and waited for Tara to notice them on her shelf We placed them into rows of lids and bottles and then she chose a bottle and had to find the matching lid. This activity is self correcting and also helps with those fine motor skills

Put away the worksheets and play with math instead! Our simple geometric shapes activity for kids is easy to do at home or as a math center in school. It also makes a terrific STEAM project including a bit of art and design too. Learn by doing, creating, discovering, and exploring with a simple, fun geometry activity. SIMPLE MATH WITH GEOMETRIC SHAPES ACTIVITY G is for geometric shapes! We're exploring hands-on math for the A-Z STEM series all this month! This geometric shapes math activity…

This post on shape sorting is from the wonderful Hayley at Minne Mama. For more fun shape activities check out Contact Paper Shape Art. One of the things I love about Mess for Less is how budget friendly the activities are! I am always trying to create meaningful learning experiences for my 20-month-old son using materials we already have on hand and using the things I purchase to their full potential. To create our wooden shapes, I used the same paint samples from our color sorting…

Preschool: Sorting Opposites..could do smooth vs rough, light vs heavy..or have them do a treasure hunt to find the things to put in the bins..colors, textures, sizes etc.

Yesterday we discussed some simple tips to help your child play independently. Today I am sharing some of my favorite simple independent activities that my kids have enjoyed as toddlers. For me to be able to use them with my kids, independent activities need to be easy to set up, low on the messy scale,Continue Reading

Special Education Grocery Store Activities for Functional Life Skills Grocery store flyers, stores with prices, coupons, worksheets and task cards requiring functional literacy and math skills to practice finding prices, making shopping lists and adding money, as well as check writing. \$14

I have had some requests to post some file folders on TPT over the last couple weeks…so now you have them! This first set I posted is holiday themed, but I have several more sets in the works which I will be posting soon! I printed these out and put them together last week and my students were chomping at the bit to work on them as soon as I was finished! Gotta love my little worker bees! This set has 8 file folders which I will give you a preview of below! -Sorting Cold Weather vs. Hot…

Practical Life activities ideas for Montessori Homeschooling suitable for toddler, preschool, kindergarten and primary children

Some peeks into how we're applying the advice and suggestions from the squibs' therapists into our daily play at home... Wall "Painting" It's water. In a bowl. And big brushes. Voila. They were completely enthralled. Lots of bending and reaching... ...throw in a couch cushion to work on some balancing skills... ...and change the brush size and vessel used for Pudge, so she can practice talking her two hands into working together while doing different jobs. (In this case, one hand holds the…

File folder games are so easy to put together and are a great way to review and practice concepts that your child is learning.

I have been using interactive books like these for years. My ASD team purchased a few of the Pyramid Educational Consultants books back when I started in the ASD realm. I can't even find the books that I have for sale anywhere now. After we started using these, I realized that I wanted to make my own. This was way before I really knew how to create products, and I think I created it in Microsoft Word. For my friends who make products, you will understand that it took a LONG time to create…

These 3d shape sorting mats would be great for a math center! You could use them in kindergarten or first grade. #teaching math #printables #mathcenters #3dshapes

Grab these FREE file folders to practice shape matching and sorting with your early learners or students with special needs!