Summer Early Language File Folder Activities!

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Do you work during the summer?  What kind of students do you work with during the summer?  I know I work with low functioning students trying to prevent regression.  With that said, I knew I had to create a file folder pack with a summer theme to get me through the summer!  It is available and ready to share with all of you.  You can use it during the summer or the last few weeks of school!

These activities that can be used as file folder activities or printed and used as is.  Activities are created to build vocabulary, use complete sentences, and answer questions while incorporating theme concepts.  Tons of visuals and sentence strips provided!

Activities included:
-What Do They Have?:  Print and glue the boy and girl images onto one side of a file folder.  For each item card, students must use the sentence strips provided to express which person has the different items.  This activity can also be used to work on “who” questions, pronouns, and possessives.

-I Spy In The Summer Scene: Print the scene picture.  Students can use the visual to locate all of the named items.  Goals you can address with this activity: prepositions, answering/asking questions, describing, and using vocabulary in complete sentences.

-What Color Is It?:  Students will sort the spring items into the correct color category.  Each color has a sentence strip to encourage students to expand utterances as they express the different colors.

-Singular or Plural?:  Students will sort the spring items into the correct category, singular or plural.  They can use the sentence strip to express which category it belongs into.

-Where Do You See It?: Students must determine which items are found at the beach and a campground.  They can use the sentence strip provided to express the answer to the question using complete utterances.

-Do You See It At The Beach?:  Students must determine which items are at the beach and those that are not.  They must answer the yes/no question provided and use the sentence strip to express complete utterances.

You can access this file folder activity pack in my TpT store by clicking HERE!