DIY color matching activity for preschoolers or autism therapy--paint chips, paint stick, and clothes pins--FREE One paint stick per color. Lots of clothes pins in each color for sorting and fine motor practice!
Language Art: Reading I would use this activity to support fluency, comprehension, phonics, etc. Short vowels reading fluency and sequencing puzzles that make reading fun and incorporates so many phonics skills!
Free printable pencil accents from Instant Display Teaching Resources. Could be used as bookmarks, name-tags, tray labels etc. Includes solid colour, metallic, glitter and two types of blank pencils which children could decorate for their own label.
new student packets. the teacher makes 5 extra of everything at the beginning of the school year so that when a new student comes midyear, she has a name tag, beginning of the year info, labels for folders/journals, etc. for the student.