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Spatial Directions: Halloween

This cut-and-paste activity works on positional or spatial concepts and has a Halloween theme.  You can also ask "where" questions after completing the activity to work on prepositions.  This worksheet won PediaStaff's Pinterest Pin of the Week!

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9 comments:

  1. Hi! Just found your website and added it to my "Favorites". I downloaded several of your cute activities. Thanks for sharing!!!

    Sue

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    1. So glad you found some stuff you can use!!! Enjoy!!! I am going to try to add new stuff at least once a week so keep checking!

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  2. "Spook"-tacular! No bones about it----you and you activities are the (black ) cat's MEOW! Thanks so very much!

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    1. Thank YOU! I love knowing that other people can use this stuff with their kids too!

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  3. This is great!! What a nice blog you have! We are featuring this activity as our Pinterest Pin of the Week! (http://www.pediastaff.com/blog/pinterest-pin-of-the-week-halloween-spacial-directions-activity-11279) Please email me if you might like to join our guest blogging team! heidi at pediastaff dot com!

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  4. I'm part SLP and part techie. I took your activity and made it a SMART Board activity. Save it from here first: http://tinyurl.com/halloweenpreps . If you don't have SMART Notebook, then you can try it on their free web-based version: express.smarttech.com. After you save the file, go to the website and open the file. Hopefully it will amaze you. You just opened my brain to many, many ideas! -Ryan K.(http://thespeechknob.blogspot.com/)

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    1. NICE!!! I don't have a SMART Board but it looks like I can use the website to simulate one. I will have to play around with this. Thanks so much!!!

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  5. Hi Lane. This activity was JUST what I was looking for. I used it this a.m. for my 6yo with Down syndrome and 4yo. Next week we'll try the 8yo and see if he can do it with auditory instructions only. I blogged about this great activity - it is scheduled to post on Monday with a link back to your site. Thanks for sharing this stuff with the rest of us. I could not believe how difficult it was to find directional words cut and paste activities. I'm thrilled to not have to reinvent the wheel.

    Blessings,
    Alyson

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    1. You are very welcome. I'm so glad to hear that so many people have used this activity... makes me want to make even more useful materials that everyone can use. And thanks so much for featuring it on your blog!

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