This is a great file folder resource book for your classroom this spring! It is 71 pages long with 12 file folder games for math and literacy development. Many of the games allow for differentiation for all levels of learning!
Game 1 Apple Counting - Count the apples to match the numbers on the trees.
Game 2 That's a Fact! - Find all the math facts that match each number of the trees.
Game 3 Pot of Gold Counting - Count the coins to match the numbers on the pots.
Game 4 How Much Gold? Find the math facts that equal the numbers on the pots.
Game 5 Let's Play Ball Patterns - A highly motivating activity to find patterns.
Game 6 It's a Homerun! - More advanced patterns.
Game 7 Time for Golf - Match the time on the clock by each golf club with the correct time written on the golf balls.
Game 8 Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head - Matching the clouds and raindrops with upper and lower case letters.
Game 9 Flower Power - Match the colored flowers with the colored leaves.
Game 10 More Flower Power - Match the color words on the leaves with the correct color of flower. Expand even more, and have the students match several colored pictures with the correct word.
Game 11 What is Missing? Springtime pictures work on sequencing alphabetical order.
Game 12 Are You My Baby? Matching animals in perfect for spring!
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All of my teaching materials focus on rigor and relevance for the Common Core Standards. As a teacher, I found it easy to find lots of cute, fun activities to go along with books and thematic units. I could easily find crafts, rhymes, songs, bulletin boards, etc., with a quick Google search. However, it was harder to find rich, standards-based activities that focus highly on student achievement. For this reason, the teaching materials I create all center on the Common Core.