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hide a felt snowball behind different colors of felt mittens, say the following poem: Snowball, snowball cold and round behind which mitten can you be found? Can also cut out houses and a small mouse to hide under it. "little mouse, little mouse, where can you be? Under what house, are you hiding from me?"

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Little Mouse little mouse are you hiding in the (color) house. A cute guessing game - kids name the color - makes a nice lift the flap book too. Tie in with the Mouse Paint story, e.g. Little Mouse did you paint a (color) house? Repinned by www.preschoolspeechie

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Carter’s hide and seek game is not his strong suit… funny French Bulldog Puppy ❤

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FREE This is a set of number cards with a Winter theme, 0-10. Three cards for each number - the number, a ten-frame representation, and the number word. Use for recognition, sequence, memory games, hiding and finding games, and of course, matching. 6 pages

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A Semester of Articulation Therapy Ideas

Hidden Cups Articulation Idea. Materials: small cups, articulation cards, a few objects. Put the few objects underneath random cups, and put the articulation cards on top of the cups. Client must say, "Is it under the ____" so he/she practices target sound before looking under the cups. http://speechymusings.wordpress.com/2012/12/07/a-semester-of-articulation-therapy-ideas/#

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