This is a file folder activity that teaches colors and color words. Children match the colored wagon top to the corresponding word on the wagon bottom. This is great for pre-school learners and early elementary aged children.
This is an easy to create and assemble talk for Primary or Family Home Evening. The simple rhyming text make giving this talk fun and entertaining to listen to. Visuals can also be used in teaching about pioneers or making simple pioneer games by enlarging or shrinking the pictures.
This cute presentation of a man pioneer and a woman pioneer can be used in a variety of ways. The poster type pictures divide into eight strips each creating a picture of a powerful pioneer. Questions can be placed on the back of each strip and two teams can complete to create their pioneer first. Point amounts can also be placed on the back of each strip and scores can be kept. Sing leaders can also use these visuals however best suits their purpose.
These cute visuals can be used in a variety of ways. The pieces compiled together make a fun picture of pioneers. These pioneers are perfect for use in Primary Sharing time, Primary Classroom use, Primary Singing time or for Family Home Evening.
This is a fun game where players roll the large pioneer dice and collect pioneer family characters to place inside their individual wagons. Cards are picked and they learn about pioneer family life. The first player to collect all five of his pioneer family cards is the winner. This is perfect for Primary Classroom use or for Family Home Evening.
This is a simple file folder activity that teaches numbers and number words. Children read the number words on the oval and place it on the corresponding numbered oval on the file folder. This is good for Kindergarten age to 1st grade children.