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Spring Book Interactive book with manipulables about the colors of the rainbow. Print on cardstock, put
Velcro on each page and manipulable symbol for matching. By Rose Donatelli. Posted 3/22/06.
|Spring Lotto Print 2 copies of each board, cut one of each part for matching/calling cards. Created by Gretchen Curtis. Posted 1/26/07.||Spring Lotto A|
Spring Lotto B
Spring Lotto C
|Spring Vocabulary Activities||SpringSortingInstructions|
Spring Poster 1
Spring Poster 2
Spring Poster 3
|Collection of Spring Activities for artic, grammar, vocabulary, fluency, voice & literacy.||ColorCircleSpringWorksheet|
My Spring Sentence Book
|Springtime Brainstorm use to practice visualization and memory skills, vocab, categorization, artic, and fluency.||Springtime Brainstorm|
|Springtime Rebus Story||Spring Rebus Story|
|Spring Things from Joan Altimore||Four Seasons|
|Birdhouse Story A book designed for reading aloud by Beth Irvin. Posted 7/18/07.||Birdhouse Story|
|Butterflies in the Park Manipulables for practice with prepositions and following directions. Posted 7/18/07.||Butterflies Directions|
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Butterflies in the Park2
|Caterpillar/Butterfly Game Board by Wanda L. Pritekel. Posted 7/18/07.||Hungry Caterpillar|
|Kite Game Board by Wanda L. Pritekel. Posted 7/18/07.||Kite Game Board|
|Rainy Day Game Board by Wanda L. Pritekel. Posted 7/18/07.||Rainy Day Game Board|
|Kite Book for spring to reinforce place names. Created by Rosemarie Donatelli. Posted 7/19/07.||Kite Cover|
Springtime Song with visual cues for preschool and early elementary students, to encourage vocal and motor
imitation when paired with movements. By Kelly J. Ertmoed. Posted 7/19/07.
|Springtime Song page1|
Springtime Song page2
Springtime Song page3
Springtime Song page4
Springtime Song page5
Springtime Song Lyrics
|Spring Concept Cards for practice with prepositions. By Susan Allioux. Posted 4/3/08.||Concept Cards Info|
Concept Cards 1
Concept Cards 2
Concept Cards 3
Concept Cards 4
|Spring Bingo Submitted by Marilyn Morgan. Posted 5/3/09.||Spring Bingo Template |
Open Ended Bingo Game Instructions
|It's Spring Materials Created by Elizabeth Porteus. Posted 5/6/10.||It's Spring Book|
It's Spring Vocabulary
It's Spring Articulation
It's Spring Basic Concepts
It's Spring Counting
It's Spring Repeating Sentences
|Spring Bingo Created by Christine Wagner. Posted 2/19/11.||Spring Bingo1|
Spring Bingo Calling Cards
|Spring, Spring What Do You See? Book and symbols. Created by Melissa Ward. Posted 4/2/14.||Spring, Spring|
|St. Patrick's Day|
|St. Patrick's Day Shakes Recipe & AAC boards rom Heatlher Kabler Ball. Posted 7/18/07.||St.PattyShake1|
|St. Patrick's Day Story Designed to be read aloud. By Beth Irvin. Posted 7/18/07.||St.Patrick'sDayStory|
|St. Patrick's Day Bingo Created by Dawn Corrigan. Posted 3/15/09.||SPDBingo1|
Pot of Gold Open-ended game for St. Patrick's Day. Each student must spell out (pot gold). Each piece of
gold is worth 1 cent to 1 dollar. Student counts up the gold. The player with the most gold wins.
Created by J. Curry. Posted 2/15/10.
|Pot of Gold|
St. Patrick's Day Crawl Gameboard for use with any artic, language, fluency, or other stimuli.
Created by Jessica Curry. Posted 3/15/10.
|St. Pat Red|
St. Pat Blue
St. Pat Green
St. Pat Purple
St. Pat Gold
St. Pat's Battle Card Game Print "top" card on the reverse side of all the other card sheets.
Created by Jessica Curry. Posted 3/15/10.
|St. Pat Battle1|
St. Pat Battle2
St. Pat Battle3
St. Pat Battle4
St. Pat Order Strip
St. Pat Top
|St. Patrick's Day Pot o' Gold for Artic Practice by Jill Isaac. Posted 5/6/10.||St. Patrick's Day Pot o'Gold|
|Mardi Gras Board Game Created by Lynn Mowrey. Posted 2/16/07.||MardiGrasDirections|
|Mardi Gras Bingo||MardiGrasBingo1|
|Easter Bunny Preposition Game Card game with seasonal prepositional phrases from Kris Larson. Posted 4/5/06.||BunnyPrep1|
Easter Egg Scavenger Hunt Directions for a motivating seasonal game that provides expressive
and receptive practice with colors and prepositions. Posted 4/6/06.
|Easter Egg Hunt|
|Easter Fun from Joan Altimore.||Jelly Beans MatchUp|
Easter/Spring Game by Lynne Mowrey. Print gameboard on legal size paper or cardstock. Turn playing
cards face down in a pile. Draw 1 card per turn. The number of eggs on the card determines the
number of spaces to move. For more than 2 players, use the cards more than once. Posted 7/18/07.
Easter Game Cards
Easter Game Cards2
Easter Egg Hunt Students can cut out the bunny and eggs then have fun following directions for gluing
them in the right places. Great for prepositions and right/left/top/bottom concepts. After they're all glued
on, students can use their own words to describe where the eggs have been placed. Created by
Stephanie Bailey. Posted 7/29/07.
Easter Senses Use the board to create holiday poems. For children who cannot write, let them choose a word
to complete the sentence from a set of pictures that you provide and then paste the picture in the blank box.
For children who can write, let them write a word to complete the sentence. Then, if possible, have the
children read the poems out loud. Created by Jennifer Kupchik. Posted 9/13/09.
|Easter Trail Board Game by Rosemarie Guynup. Posted 4/10/12.||Easter Trail Game|
Easter Trail Directions