Uh-oh! Where Should the Band-Aid Go? A receptive language activity for PreK and Kinders! FREE :)

Uh-oh! Where Should the Band-Aid Go?

Betty and Billy Boo-Boo-This is a receptive language activity for PreK and Kindergarten. Students listen as you tell them where Billy or Betty have a boo-boo and then the student (s) place a band-aid on the correct body part.

4x6 x-ray pictures. Print them, laminate them, and use them in the science center!

x-ray photos. Print them, laminate them, and use them for the dramatic play center (hospital theme) Imaginative play pretend play

Fijne motoriek: water verplaatsen d.m.v. een spuitje

Moving Water Sensory Play

Moving Water Sensory Play - children use water droppers and syringes to move water from one container to another, increasing fine motor skills and hand strength while play with water.

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Sequencing Pictures, Sequencing Cards, Corps Humains, Dit Ben Ik, Community Helpers, Dramatic Play, Pre School, Worksheets, Speech Therapy

xray

Ezekiel and the Dry Bones - X-ray Craft "Dem bones, dem bones, dem dry bones." Ezekiel 37 Cute way to represent x-Ray.

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