I plan on using this when I read 'Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes'.
Here's a peek of some of the activities…
There are color sort, match, and pattern activities. An emergent reader with three levels to allow for differentiation and cause/effect pages.
The pack is 70 pages! It contains both color and black and white activities. There are many, many ways to meet the needs of your learners who are often on multiple levels of ability.
I'm also super excited about participating in a Special Education Back to School Blog Hop that will feature over 20 bloggers in an e-book filled with freebies and BTS tips. The kick-off will be Monday, July 20th, so be sure to check back to take advantage this!
It hasn't been all work and no play, however. I've had the pleasure of traveling this summer. One stop was in Minnesota for some quality sister time!
Three of the five sisters got together to work on our mom's 90th b-day party. I hope I'm as vibrant and active when I turn 90!
Saugatuck, Michigan was another trip I made. Such a beautiful, quaint town.
It's definitely worth the trip.
Last, but certainly not least, earlier in the summer, I visited my daughter in Arizona. I have to say, I think our relationship finally reached that mature mother-daughter thing I have been waiting for. It's a beautiful thing. :)
What have you been up to? Hop on over to Doodle Bug's teaching and let us know.
Thanks for reading. Have a great day! :)