Learn with you Craft Stash: Clip Cards Galore!

I'm linking up with Kim over at Life Over Cs today to share some Clothespin Activities we have been doing in our classroom lately.

I love the added fine motor practice that clothespins incorporate into the classroom.  Most of my students are not yet writers and need to build their hand strength.  Added bonus: my students absolutely LOVE clothespins!



I have found these amazing tasks through TeachersPayTeachers.  My students read their Edmark sight words and clip the one that matches the picture.

These clip cards are some of my student's favorites.  I switch them out based on our classroom theme (roughly once a month) and my students count the pictures and clip the number that corresponds.

These cards are for some students working on basic concepts.  These students are working on identifying pictures that are the same.


These clip cards are a new set I made (and love!).  I have a student who just started reading Magic E words independently.  This is now his independent work task.


These are another set of clip cards I put together.  These ten frame cards are great for my students learning to subitize.  Make sure you click on the cards to head over to my TpT store and grab them for free!
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Spring-10-Frame-Clip-Cards-1813120
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/FREE-Spring-10-Frame-Clip-Cards-1813120


2 comments

  1. Could you say who made the Edmark Task Cards?!? I'd love to check them out!

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    1. There they are!
      https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Picture-Clip-Cards-Using-Edmark-Level-1-Words-1311773

      I had to go back and look in my purchases which just wasn't going to happen at 7:30 in the morning. I've since had my coffee and looked them up! I LOVE these cards.

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