Explore the world with cross-curricular activities that support geography standards as well as foster social and cultural awareness through reading, writing, math, large and small motor activities, science experiments, art projects,and dramatic play.
Great practice for all students, but primarily geared toward struggling or reluctant learners, this versatile collection of activities, games, and puzzles is excellent for independent work, classroom work, and homework assignments.
For math activities that are entertaining enough to maintain student interest, yet challenging enough to boost student math skills, turn to the Keys to Math Success series!
10 Fairy Tales Rewritten as High-Interest Front Page News Articles with Comprehension Activites and Audio CD Reading can be riveting. A “breaking news” format entices students with new, clever endings to ten familiar stories while a multisensory approach paves the path to success for struggling readers. In this complete reading experience, students first listen while following along with the text, then read independently, and finally complete reproducible comprehension activities.
Hundreds of Developmentally Age-Appropriate Activities Designed to Improve Fine Motor Skills Fine Motor Fun is a large resource written for early childhood professionals and teachers as well as occupational therapists. Teachers will be delighted with the wealth of instructional suggestions plus reproducible activities and patterns designed to strengthen the fine motor and visual-perception skills of young and special learners. Included are: scissors skills, lacing cards, stencils, finger plays, stringing activities, dot-to-dot, tracing, finish the picture, mazes, tactile and first pencil experiences, and so much more. Comments: 160 pages Grades: Pre – 1
Start Students on the Road to Reading with the Fun of Working with Rhymes Prepare students for reading in an enjoyable way. This powerful new resource uses rhymes to help young learners with the pattern recognition skills so essential to early reading development. And, the best part is that rhymes are fun! Activities include: Act-It-Out poems, stick-puppet poems, choral/chant poems, finger plays, mini-books, follow-up activities, and more. 96 pages
Make the most of small moments throughout the day by giving busy hands something purposeful to do! File folder activities and board games also help develop small motor skills; enhance cognitive skills; as well as build color, number, letter, and shape recognition.
Help students become successful readers by mastering essential sight word vocabulary. Mastery of these important words will motivate them, boost their reading test scores, and increase their fluency and comprehension.
Carson Dellosa Pets Photographic Learning Fun Lacing Cards KE-846022 Teach children to identify six different pets and read the animals? names. Includes 6 lacing cards featuring photographs of pets, each 7? x 5.5?; 6 animal word tags, each 2.75? x 1.25?; 6 laces, each 36?; and directions in English, Spanish, and French. Also improves fine motor skills and develops early math skills. No reading required. 6 cards, 6 laces, 6 tags. Carson Dellosa Pets Photographic Learning Fun Lacing Cards KE-846022 UPC:044222196172
Simple and Effective Strategies for Children with a Variety of Reading Difficulties Literacy is critical. Because all students have different ways of perceiving, organizing, conceptualizing, and recalling information, this multisensory approach to reading combines auditory, visual, and tactile experiences. Activities that involve seeing, saying, listening, and doing help students first decode and recognize words, then develop fluency and comprehension skills.
Over 120 Activities to Strengthen Visual and Auditory Discrimination and Memory Skills. Teach visual/auditory discrimination and memory skills as well as provide meaningful practice with these activities.
Children will be thrilled to make, read, and keep 31 eight-page, reproducible humorous and predictable storybooks that cover 20 beginning blends, seven final blends, and four digraphs.