File Folder Games

Kindergarten Sight Words Game

If you've been following our blog this month you'll have noticed that we've been on a bit of Sight Words binge lately!  That's because I've got two boys, a 1st grader and a Kindergartner who are in desperate need of learning these important words. I'm afraid I've been a bit neglectful...

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First Grade Mini Office

  Today I have a fantastic expansion set to add to our Mini Office Printables! Our Mini office has been an amazing resource for my son's Preschool and Kindergarten years, and I wanted to make sure I added in a few First Grade items for his upcoming year. I decided to offer this as...

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Place Value Learning Game

Learning about place value is tons of fun with this NEW free file folder game from File Folder Fun. This is a multiplayer game that includes high quality place value cards for children to race to 3000! Children in grades K-5 can play this game with a little instruction, and a helpful...

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Monster File Folder Game

My boys are crazy about Monsters. I'm not sure why but they love creepy, goopy, slimy looking creatures, but they do. Monsters can be cute too though right? My four year old drew these silly Monster Brothers and I thought they were absolutely adorable. (Side Note: Scan your children's artwork into your computer to...

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Recycle File Folder Game

Who doesn't love to sort the recycling? Okay....let me rephrase that.   Children LOVE to sort things! This is a fantastic game for children who love to sort. And Win. Because this game can be played with up to 3 players (if you want more players just print more gameboards and cards). Best of all this game...

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Printable Word Family Game

  Word families are words that have the same ending sound, "back," "sack," and "rack" are all in the "ack" word family. Teaching children to listen to ending sounds and rhyming words is a great way to build early reading skills. Print Crayon Word Family Game at File Folder Fun Find More Word Family...

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Speech File Folder Game

  There is just something so fun and simple about our Circle Punch Games that I can't stop making them. Maybe it's the fact that it's so easy to get the game set up and ready to go..... no more cutting of obscure shapes and bumps. Maybe I'm just being lazy. I don't know, but today...

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Sight Word File Folder Game

My kindergartner has been making so much progress with his reading!  We've worked our way through many word families and it's time to start getting serious about sight words.  I decided to make him a simple game he can play to slowly build up his sight word reading skills in...

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Consonant Blends Learning Center

  Well, my kindergartner is finally ready to start talking without all those slurred S sounds. (I may not be ready for it, but he certainly is) Personally, I think it is adorable when he says "Pagetti" instead of spaghetti and "Tooter" instead of scooter. But alas, he is nearing 6 years old and...

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God Keeps His Promises Game

Children learning about Noah's Ark can learn an important truth that God always keeps his promises. We have a variety of Noah's Ark printables, crafts and resources you can add to your Sunday School Lesson, but today I wanted to add in a center time activity. This is a game that can...

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Free Mini Office Printables

  This week we're featuring a FREE Mini Office for our newsletter subscribers!What is a Mini Office?   A Mini Office is basically a custom built learning resource for your student.  The goal of a mini-office is to serve as a self led reference chart for children, freeing up time for teacher to...

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Preschool Printables Color Game

  I'm so excited to share this game with you today, I think it's super adorable and your kids are going to LOVE it! It's called Catch a Rainbow, and it can be played with up to eight players. (or an entire class if you print more color circles) The printable game is available...

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Editable File Folder Game

File folder games are a great way to add a little kick to your classroom! We have an entire website dedicated to free file folder games you can print and play with your kiddos.  There are all sorts of games separated by age and subject, but just in case you can't...

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