St. Patrick’s Day is just around the corner so it’s time to get prepping on these adorable freaking file folder activities. Thematic and seasonal file folder activities make my life so much easier and so much cuter! When your students are working on basic skills it can be hard to incorporate a lot of seasonal fun. We also don’t want to switch things up too much on our structured and routine-based little guys. These file folder activities solve all of those issues. They are thematic but also predictable. They make learning hands-on and interactive to focus on a wide range of types of skills.
File Folder Activities for St. Patrick’s Day packet contains materials and resources to work on sorting, counting, matching, patterns, numbers, and letters for early learners through hands-on file fold activities. These would be great for preschool, kindergarten, or 1st grade. I use these with my students with autism to work on primary skills!
These super cute activities are perfect for seasonal independent work tasks, homework, or one on one work time.
File folder activities are great because they are hands-on and easy to store! You could also use these as cut and paste activities to target fine motor skills!
This packet contains 13 File Folder Activities!
– sort big and little
– match by size
– basic matching (2)
– order from big to small
– 3 levels of patterning
– match numbers to number words (1-10 and 11-20)
– order alphabet
– match lowercase letters to uppercase letters
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