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  • Erin Gallagher

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids. Have kids make a silhouette of their heads and cut out pics that match their thoughts! Great for self portrayal.

  • Christie Cook

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids. Could be a getting to know you idea for the beginning of the school year and/or an activity for prompting students to write.

  • Joanne Brown

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids, back to school night idea???

  • Regina Poole

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids - great "back to school" activity

  • Katie Bahr Moran

    Inside My Head: an activity for kids. Would be a good beginning of year activity.

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Hands to Yourself - Visual Story for Kids with Autism. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources @sostherapy.

Verb or Noun Sort - Cut and paste activity A plus that the students can sound out and read most words independently

  • Brittany Bradford

    This is perfect for a 2nd day lesson on verbs and a review of nouns. I also really like the cut and paste

  • Lindsay D.

    I agree. I love how the kids can sound out these words too. Cut and pastes are the best!

  • VocabularySpellingCity

    For a review, make a word list on VocabularySpellingCity that matches the words on this printable. Game-base learning at its best.