Do you have students in your classroom that need simple and fun file folders that work on basic math skills? These 15 file folder activities are a perfect simple hands-on interactive tool to help your students master various concepts. Use them as independent centers, discrete trial tasks, morning Do Now assignments, early finishers activities, or even homework.
This is a math file folder set of 15 folders designed for students in special education or in early childhood education. The central theme for this bundle is based around February and items associated with that month. Update your winter learning centers with these File Folder Activities for the whole month of February! They’re the perfect addition to your seasonal centers!
These file folder games may be used as consumable worksheets or laminated and prepped to be used many times! This resource includes everything you need!
This resource includes 15 file folder games:
- Counting Ten Frames
- Number ID
- Big and Small
- Greater Than/Less Than
- Number Order
- Visual Addition
- Number Sense
Each file folder game comes with:
• Assembly Instructions
• File Folder Game Covers
• File Folder Game Title Tab
• File Folder Game Pages
• File Folder Game Pieces
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