If you’ve been around for a while, you know I LOVE file folders! When I was teaching, I switched out file folders constantly. We used them as morning work tasks, independent work, IEP goal activities, and even homework! Today I am sharing my Fall File Folder Activities and Fall Intermediate File Folder Activities.
These resources are best used in an early childhood setting and/or a special education setting. In my classroom, I used these file folders with my students throughout the school day. File folder activities have always been my go-to task to use during structured independent work time. During independent work time, students should be completing work that is mastered and easy for them!
The Fall File Folders are some of my original file folders. Inside of this product, you receive 20 file folder activities with various academic skills PERFECT for a K-5 special education classroom.
In this download, these are the skills that are covered:
- Matching number sets 1-10 & 11-20
- Matching number to number word
- ABC order
- ABC upper/lowercase match
- Dolch sight word match
- Big/Small size sort
- AB/ABB patterns
- Ordering numbers 1-10, 11-20, and by 10’s to 100
- Write in the missing numbers 1-20
In this download, you receive 18 file folder activities with the following skills:
- Beginning sounds
- Short/Long A, E, I, O, U sorts
- CVCe word match
- Addition/Subtraction with touch points
- Telling time :00 & :30
- Counting coins with & without touch points
- More, less, equal
Do you use file folders in your classroom? They can be a little time consuming to prep, but you will use them for YEARS to come in your classroom!
My go-to prep materials for creating file folder activities:
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