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Just For Kindergarten by Vera Trembach (eBook)

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Just for Kindergarten is a teaching package designed for - you guessed it - Kindergarten. This Kindergarten resource has 85 pages of entertaining visual discrimination, colour identification, and counting activities. Contents also include Find and Count File Folder Activities, Counting Mats, and Big Book Patterns. The Big Book Patterns included in this resource are "26 Alphabet Bears", "Colours", "Bats are Black", and "One, Two". This Big Books lesson provides a teacher and student section with visual discrimination activities, counting, and big book assembly to create a well-rounded lesson plan.

Publisher: Rainbow Horizons Publishing
Product ID: RHPZ9
Grades: Grades PK - 1
Level(s): Early Childhood, Primary
Pages: 85
File Size: 2.40 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781553192336




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