Wednesday, January 16, 2013

St. Patrick's Day Preschool Language Pack & Giveaway




Hi Everyone!  I'm excited to share my newest TPT product with you all!  It's a "St. Patrick's Day Preschool Language Pack!" Here's what you get:


All the Colors of the Rainbow:




In this activity, you get 36 cards targeting naming items based on given attributes (e.g., "Name something orange that you can eat."):


There are also "Pot of Gold" cards (Take Another Turn) and "Leprechaun" cards (Leprechaun takes your gold...Lose a Turn!).  For your younger kids who may have a hard time coming up with a response without a visual, I have included color mats for 6 different colors - red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.




I wanted to include foils on the individual color cards (e.g., for yellow, there are no questions about sunflowers or stars).  There are two mats with the colors mixed together as well:



This way you can work on receptive identification of colors, etc.  



Leprechaun's Hat Open-Ended Reinforcer:



As students complete tasks, have them use bingo chips, pom-poms, or bingo markers to cover the dots on the hat.


Leprechaun's Race for the Gold!




Use the shamrock cards or a game dice.  When using the cards, the player counts the shamrocks on the card and moves that number of places on the game board.





Leprechaun's Prepositions



See if your students can figure out where the leprechaun is hiding!  This activity targets the following prepositions:  in/out, under/over, on/off, in front/behind, around/through, and beside/between.




You can find this packet in my TPT store HERE.

In celebration of reaching 600 likes on Facebook, I'm going to give away THREE of these packets!  Enter using the Rafflecopter below.



34 comments :

  1. Following directions with conditionals and reversals

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  2. I think "All the colors of the rainbow" would be most beneficial. I do a lot of work on these kind-of concepts and I am always looking for fun activities.

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  3. I work in a K-3rd school. Our population is very diverse and has a lot of needs. I am always looking for materials with visuals as most my kids can't read.

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  4. Anything with phonological awareness... or apraxia

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  5. The prepositions would be great for my younger kids

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  6. Prepositions - always trying to mix up visuals for them.

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  7. I love the "All the colors of the Rainbow"!!

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  8. Prepositions! Always trying to find more materials to mix things up a bit!

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  9. This looks great!
    All the colors of the rainbow!

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  10. Prepositions, basic concepts, lots of visuals as I am working with pre-k

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  11. Prepositions and attributes...perfect!

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  12. The attributes one would be great!

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  13. elementary social skills - how to negotiate, what other's think/expect

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  14. I think basic concepts stuff and describing would be most useful for my practice. Keep up the great work!

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  15. I have a caseload filled with 2-4 year olds this year - these early learning skills are great!

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  16. I would love this! It is fun and colorful!

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  17. Preposiions would be the most applicable right now. Thanks for producing these creative activities.

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  18. I love this activity! The attributes ware most useful right now!

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  19. I have so many kids working on naming target items and describing right now, so the attributes would be especially helpful!

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  20. Prepositions! My preschoolers would love this.

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  21. The attributes cards would be super useful!!

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  22. These look great for the preschool population!

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  23. Colors would be great with a possible client with apraxia I have..just so he can get some basic skills!

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  24. I like to incorporate EET into my sessions, so activities targeting attributes (as awesomely done with this activity) are a huge asset! Thanks for creating!

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  25. I love the attributes and prepositions of this activity! I could also really use the reinforcers!

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  26. Positional Prepositions. They look cute!

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  27. This is so cute! Prepositions with the visuals would be great for my preschoolers. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  28. Phonology or answering questions!

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