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"I absolutely love this Build a Sentence packet! I have a 3 year old daughter with Down syndrome, and we have been working hard to get her to answer questions and link words together in sentences. My daughter really enjoys counting and selecting the color and picture cards, and then reading back the sentences. Thank you for such a great resource!" This is the most recent feedback to one of my resources. #BestResourceEver on /tptpins/

This is a great activity for practicing forming sentences as they use real-life pictures for easy recognition of common objects and sight words.

FREE-Sample set of Sentence Helpers! Perfect for emerging writers or the special education classroom!

FREE-Sample set of Sentence Helpers! Perfect for emerging writers or the special education classroom!

Where will you find? What go together ?(Vocabulary task book for students with Autism) This Velcro task book will enable students to discover "what goes together" and "where will you find it" questions and practice their vocabulary.

(Vocabulary task book for students with Autism) Use 3 ways. can use this as a cut and paste activity book laminate and Velcro to use independently Vocab worksheets.

Number Tracing worksheet - 8

Number 8 worksheets printable designed for children to learn about number

Experiment, "Frozen Vinegar Fish" to Go With Book, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister (from Playing With Words 365)

Experiment, "Frozen Vinegar Fish" to Go With Book, The Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister (from Playing With Words

The Rainbow Fish Activities for Early Years - Here Come the Girls

small group activity: given crayons and blank rainbow fish, child will be able to identify numbers and color according to the number. program goal: to develop fine motor coordination.

ocean preschool activities - Google Search

Oil and Water Project.I did this the other night with my niece and we called it "ocean in a bottle." Vegetable oil and water and food coloring. Cutest thing ever. She added little jewels and fish and was so proud of her ocean bottle!