Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Classroom Decor Freebie #3 - Visual Directions Cards

Hi, Everybody!

Happy Independence Day!

It's time for Part 3 in the "No Theme" Theme freebie series. (Those of you who are new- this is not a typo! Click here  for an explanation of the "No Theme" Theme.)

This week, your freebie is a set of visual directions cards, like "glue", "scissors", "circle", and "underline". Seeing the picture will help your students get focused and organized, and having the word as a reference will assist them as they read directions at centers and on worksheets.





There are 10 cards, plus 2 blanks for you to fill in specific to your own needs, all in the aqua and lime color theme.


Happy Teaching!





14 comments:

  1. I've been wanting to make a set of these for myself but these will work perfectly! Thank you so much for sharing! :)

    Melissa M.

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    1. That's good to hear! More goodies next week... if not before! :))
      Linda

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  2. These are great... I love the buddy one... do you think you might make one for work independent, work with your team, work with the teacher???

    Catherine

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    1. Check the blogpost for 7/6: your wish is my command! :) Thanks for the great idea!
      Linda

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  3. Thank you! last year, I used real objects on the white board by placing them in a blue jean pocket. (I was forever misplacing the pencil!) Your card set will be an improvement!
    ReadWriteSing

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    1. That's actually an awfully cute idea, Chrissy... but I probably would have been losing things, too! :) I hope these simplify your days a bit!
      Thanks for your comment!

      Linda

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  4. Thank you so much...these are awesome!

    Rhonda :)

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  5. Love these! Thanks for sharing! :)

    Andrea
    Cheers To School

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    1. You're welcome, Andrea! Thanks for stopping by!

      Linda

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  6. Just found your blog. I teach K but have found some great ideas on your blog! Thanks!

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    1. It's nice to have you here, Jody! I spent about 10 years teaching a first grade literacy intervention class, so lots of my resources are aimed at kindergarteners and at-risk first graders.

      Linda

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    1. You're welcome, Veronica! So glad that you can use them!

      Linda

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