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Free Snowman Bingo

Now that the weather is getting colder it’s time for some snow activities!  I created this fun Snowman Bingo game to work with my students on color concepts.  Each snowman is wearing a different color hat and/or scarf.  There are 6 different bingo boards you can use...

Receptive Singular and Plural Task Cards

I’m excited about these new receptive singular and plural task cards I just finished.  I created these cards because I have some students having difficulty understanding the difference between singular and plural nouns.  This set of task cards is perfect to teach and...

Community Helper Association Task Cards

I’m really excited about these new Community Helper Association Task cards.  If your students are learning about community helpers these task cards might be a perfect activity to use with them.  These task cards are different from my previous Association Task cards in...

Having Fun with Synonyms and Antonyms

Building up vocabulary skills with our students is so important.  It’s always more fun when we can play a game while working on these skills.  I created 2 different “I have…Who has? Synonyms” games and 2 different “I have… Who has? Antonyms” games.  Each game set has...

How to Use Task Cards When Teaching Grammar

Teaching grammar is not easy.  There are so many different rules and exceptions to the rules when teaching certain grammar skills.  Plus there are so many areas to target.  I have created some different grammar task card sets over the years to use with my students...

Building Up Vocabulary Skills Using Task Cards

It always takes some time to get back into the swing of things at the beginning of the school year.  We spent lots of time setting up our classrooms and organizing our materials.  Now we are getting to know our students, their skill levels, and what we need to work...

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