These shapes file folders are a FREEBIE in my shop and a great way for students who are nonverbal to sort or match shapes! I also use them in my independent work bins for students that need to continue practicing their shapes.
Flashcards are always an easy go to task in the classroom. You can get so many different kinds of educational flashcards for cheap from Target and Dollar Tree! These flashcards are great for my verbal kiddos but also my nonverbal students. For students that aren’t yet speaking, I lay out a few choices on the table and ask them to give me a specific shape (or color, for this set!). This set was just $1 at Dollar Tree!
My Monthly Math Packs have some different shape sorting pages and color the shape pages which have been an easy go-to this school year! I love anything that helps me work on other skills such as cutting, gluing, or coloring!
I found these felt beauties at the Target Dollar Spot and I LOVE them! They are great for receptive and expressive identification of the shapes!
There are SO many other ways to generalize shape identification in the classroom. What are some of YOUR favorite ways to teach shapes?!
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