This easy to create file folder game teaches discrimination with rhyming pictures. Children match the correct beavers tail to it's matching body by looking at the pictures on each and matching the pictures that rhyme.
This is a fun file folder activity that teaches basic visual discrimination and shape recognition. Children match the shaped playing pieces to the matching dotted areas on the Happy Home scene in the folder. Once created, the picture shows a peaceful and fun home atmosphere.
This is a fun file folder activity that teaches place value of tens and ones. It is perfect for the young learner in First grade, but could be used for other grades as well. Children match the numbered bee to it's corresponding spot on the beehive that has the correct set of tens and ones on it.
This is a fun file folder activity that teaches money amounts up to 50 cents. This game is perfect for the young first grade learner but could be used for younger or older children as well. Children match the balloons with the coins on them to the corresponding balloon on the file folder with the written money amount.
This fun magnetic fishing game is perfect for Primary aged children and for Family Home Evening. Players each receive a "Catch The Sunshine" board and the fish for little suns. If the picture on the other side of the sun matches one on their board they keep it. Pictures represent ways we can spread sunshine! The first player to find all his pictures is the winner.
This is a really cute file folder game that teaches visual discrimination and shape recognition. Children match the different shaped pieces to the file folder picture of a Circus tent and people. Fun clowns and dogs make this an entertaining activity for your little learner.