Mini File-Folder Centers in Color: Reading and Writing (K-1): 12 Irresistible and Easy-to-Make Centers That Help Children Practice and Strengthen Important Reading and Writing Skills
These unique, easy-to-assemble mini centers will be a big hit with kids! Simply cut file folders in half and fold into quarters. Then glue the colorful templates to the mini folders and the centers are ready to go! Designed to reinforce important reading and writing skills, the activities are great for students to use independently or in learning centers. And the small size makes them easy to store as well as to send home with kids for extra practice. Topics include matching letters, letter-sound relationships, segmentation, vowels, rhyming, sight words, listing, and more! For use with Grades K–1.
Mini File Folder Centers in Color, Reading and Writing (K-1)
By mindy mom of 4 - September 9, 2012
I just started putting these together today. They will be great for this homeschooling family! Very cute games to keep my Kindergartener engaged while I work one on one with my 5th grader. It's not just busy work, he's learning, but he doesn't realize he's learning! I think I will prefer these over other file folder games that require 2 players. These are great for independent work.
Mini File-Folder Centers in Color: Reading & Writing
By JRod - April 20, 2011
Love this book, the activities for the mini folders are great. Most are simple but entertaining enough for my son to want to keep playing with them over and over again. The themes are varied, it even has a space theme(wich my son loves), it has a candy jar theme, frogs, etc. I like that the playing cards are small, but not too small. Love the fact that most of the centers can be laminated with only 1-2 laminating pouches. I made a center for my son to see how he reacted to the little pieces and game, but I glued them to letter size paper folded in half(looks more like a book)and it looked good. I would say that your weapon of choice for cutting these would have to be a x-acto knife and a cutting board, is just a cleaner faster cut, plus you don't want to ruin the black lines arround the pictures(specially the playing cards) wich are small and can bend or break when handled with scissors. Would recommend, fast delivery, product in excellent condition!
Easy to make file-folder games
By AKennedy - January 25, 2013
These are easy to make and my students like them. I would like full size ones to use at the teacher table too.