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Print Concepts

Print Concepts, Concepts of Print, Concepts about Print, Print, Reading, Tracking, One to One, Return Sweep, Beginning Readers, Guided Reading, Print ConceptsTeach Concepts of Print in your Kindergarten classroom with this 3 week unit broken down into three crucial sections - Parts of a Book, Reading Behaviors, and Conventions of Print.

Basic Concepts: Temporal Directions (Halloween) - Pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

Falling for BINGO!-several fall themed bingo freebie game boards targeting various grammar and vocabulary goals. - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit for all our pediatric therapy pins

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Garbage Bread

GARBAGE BREAD!! This is a simple recipe that can be adapted SO many ways! Bacon Cheeseburger Garbage Bread is our favorite, but throw your leftovers in a pizza crust and roll it up! The possibilities are endless.

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Fall Tree Math Craft

Fall Math Tree Craft for building math concepts and fine motor skills this…

from Lessons Learnt Journal

Prepositions: Vocabulary for Beginning Readers

for janet..... A fun way to reinforce prepositions .... use the latest characters... lego... minions.... more exciting ! from lesx

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Build A Tiny House! Project Based Learning Activity, A PBL

Let students learn how math concepts are connected to the real world as they design their own 3D TINY HOUSE! Area, perimeter, and geometry-- math is everywhere in this project based learning activity (PBL). Designing, creating, and problem solving are key features of this resource. Build a Tiny House! $

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Motor Skills Preposition Game

Motor Skills Preposition Game with Free Printable

Knowledge of basic concepts is an essential component of language development. Basic concepts include terms that describe position, time, equality, quantity, and comparisons. These terms are commonly included in directions at home and especially in educational settings.