Make the most of your class time with colorful, skill-building games that children can complete in centers or at their desks! This resource is comprised of 12 full-color games that can be assembled with ease. Just glue the colorful games onto file folders and cut apart the game cards. Consisting of a variety of language arts and math topics, the activities will help children extend their knowledge of print, shapes, and numbers. Skills include visual discrimination, vocabulary development, phonemic awareness, categorizing, recognizing colors and patterns, counting sets, and much more. Children will enjoy playing these games over and over again!
Math File Folder Games To Go Set
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Carson-Dellosa Publishing, LLC, based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is a leading educational solutions provider for both educators and parents. Founded by two teachers, the company boasts a 30-year history of enhancing a child’s learning potential and environment through quality curriculum, supplemental learning materials, and classroom resources.
Today, Carson-Dellosa continues its legacy of offering a wide array of products that are created by teachers for teachers and parents. The complete product line includes supplemental books for math, science, social studies, language arts, and early childhood; classroom decoratives; pocket charts; and games and manipulatives for prekindergarten through the eighth grade.
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