Teaching children just got even more fun with our Feed Allie Apple activity! This is a feed me / feed the animal activity that your children will love and ask to play. They will feed the apple different uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, beginning sounds, and sight words. We have included 5 fun sets with directional task cards!
This is a great addition to an Apple Theme or Back to School! Children will work on literacy, math, articulation, language and speech therapy. All while having a blast!
About our Feed Allie Apple
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This product includes:
- 58 pages total
- 358 PICTURE CARDS:
- 26 uppercase cards
- 26 lowercase cards
- 100 number cards (numbers 1-100)
- 24 consonant-vowel-consonant-silent e cards for long vowels a, i, o (CVCe, like hide)
- 78 beginning sound picture cards (3 for each letter)
- 36 shape cards (3 cards corresponding to 12 different shapes – circle, square, triangle, rectangle, diamond, heart, oval, star, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, trapezoid)
- 40 Dolch Pre-Primer sight word cards
- 52 Dolch Primer sight word cards
- 4 bonus sight words (bus, car, dog, cat)
- 96 DIRECTIONAL TASK CARDS:
- 8 uppercase letter directional task cards (example: ‘Please feed me these letters: a, b, e, f, h’)
- 8 lowercase letter directional task cards
- mix of 8 uppercase & lowercase letter directional task cards
- 20 number directional task cards
- 16 beginning sound / beginning letter task cards (example: ‘Please feed me the beginning letter of each pictures.’ The card would then have a bus, cupcake, owl, globe, and pizza.)
- 8 beginning sound picture card directional task cards
- 12 shapes directional task cards
- 16 sight word sentences directional task cards
The prep is easy! Simply print the cards and laminate them. Cut out follow the black lines. Cut out the mouth of Allie Apple and attach the apple to a tissue box or container.
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