There are some topics that so challenging to adapt to our students’ level. Our brains twist and turn and our faces get all smushed as we wrangle internally. How do we teaching our student about the solar system – when they don’t even know colors yet? It gets frustrating when administrators and school systems except up to individualize and differentiate while still work on grade level concepts. It sometimes seems like a complete oxymoron. The best way to tackle this confusing conundrum is to use these grade level themes to target the basic skills our students need to work on. Focus on basic matching, sorting, and building vocabulary but do by using different grade level concepts. Science and social studies are the perfect areas to tie this in and my Science and Social Studies File Folders do just this!
Social studies concepts can be difficult to target at the foundation level. Use these fun and engaging file folder activities to teach basic social studies themes. These would be great early childhood or any learner who needs to focus at the skills at the more basic level. Use for independent work tasks, homework, or one-on-one work time.
Here are some of our favs. I love how this set has something for each of my learners. There are more basic File Folders that focus on matching and then some more complex sets that work on higher level sorting skills.
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