Spring
This is an interactive book for
Special Ed / Prek classes,
adapted from a story by
Roseanne Lanczak Williams.

Submitted by Leigh Blackburn
Posted 2/24/08
This is a powerpoint about  
spring,  sung to the tune of
"Frere Jacques".

Submitted by Allison Soncrant
Posted 2/24/08
This is a powerpoint about the
things we see, hear, smell,
taste    and feel in   the
springtime.

CLICK HERE for a worksheet
from   speakingofspeech.com
that can
be  used with this ppt.

Created by Dannielle McClure &
            Kathy Ann Johnson
Posted 2/24/08
This is a categorization activity
for the springtime.

Created by Leigh Blackburn
Posted 2/24/08
Links:
Sentence pictures you can cut
out and make into sentences.

Source unknown
Posted 3/8/08
Read the sentence, then draw a
line to the picture/word that
completes it.

Source unknown
Posted 3/8/08
A story about springtime written
in words and symbols.

Source unknown
Posted 3/8/08
Cut and paste pictures to fill in
the blanks in this spring story.

Source unknown
Posted 3/8/08
Interactive book about things
we   see in the springtime.

Created by Leigh Blackburn
Posted 3/8/08
This worksheet was created to
go  with
When Spring Comes by
Robert Maass (in paperback at
Borders). Circle all the spring
pictures and color them in.

Source unknown
Posted 3/8/08
This interactive book is a take
off  on
The Very Hungry
Caterpillar
by   Eric Carle.

Created by Leigh Blackburn
Posted 3/8/08
This is a graphic organizer to
help students learn vocabulary.
Good to make a reference book
for the student. Great for ESOL
students.

Created by Ellen Weber
Posted 3/21/10
Easy 6-step cooking project, no
stove or microwave required.
Directions and photo sequence
cards  included.

Source unknown; photos by
Ellen  Weber; Posted. 3/26/10
TinyTap app using
Braidy narrative
elements. Created
by Ellen Weber
Posted 3/30/15