1. Questions: How Are
1. Questions: How Are
Valentine Same Or Different - Much more than just same or different! Use this activity to verbally compare/contrast, use describing words, work on visual discrimination, or practice your speech sounds. Happy Valentines Day to all you TinyTap lovers! Share the love - send this to a friend.
Narrative Elements - Explore or reinforce knowledge of narrative elements with these activities for Laura Numeroff's book "If You Take A Mouse To School". Appropriate for common core ELA standards for understanding story elements, answering questions about story details, and even retelling the story with the sequencing pictures.
Where's My Heart? - Valentine game for learning more describing words and understanding spatial concepts. Have student tell you where the heart is that is being described if you want to work on expressing spatial concepts #descriptive #vocabulary #spatial #valentine #Prek #Kdg #ESL #ELL #ESOL
If Someone Asks Me To Stop - This is a social script for students who persist in annoying behaviors even after being asked to stop. Best suited for PreK or students with special needs. To be most effective, this story should be done first thing every day, especially before activities that are problematic. #social story #tantrum #meltdown Updated 3/15/17 to add interactive elements.
The Great Zoo Escape! - Oh no! Some of the animals have escaped from the zoo. Help the zoo keeper put them back where they belong. This trip to the zoo targets the concepts of wild animals and their habitats, introduces animal categories, and reinforces visual discrimination and vocabulary through fun puzzles. Part of the Life Sciences Learning Plan level 1, ages 2-3+.
Being First - Not actually a game, this is a "social script" for children who have a hard time dealing with not being first all the time. Good for preK students or students with special needs. To be most effective, do this story every day, especially before lining up or playing a game. #social story #tantrum #meltdown Updated 3/16/17 to include interactive elements.
Remember This! 1 - Listening to remember is a pre-reading skill. This level has one word the child listens for, beginning with two answer choices and a 3 second delay. Each page becomes more difficult, ending in 4 choices and 7 second delay. Appropriate for ages 2-4, or students with special needs. #auditorymemory