Each Unit Includes a minimum of the following:
This is an excellent introduction to the letters, colors,
shapes and numbers. The first 10 lessons introduce
the numbers 1 - 10 as well as the colors and shapes.
In addition to the basics, each lesson includes fun
activities that will expand the possibilities for success.
A 5 page book (various concepts are
presented in the books), search & find sheet and a
mini folder game are all included with each unit.
Each lesson would be appropriate for the very
advanced 2 year old with a lot of 1 to 1 support ....
Or a special needs student needing basic concepts.
Excellent for the pre - k to kindergarten level pupil.
The Wall Set part of Circle Time Supports
is designed to occupy the minimum
amount of space while providing the
Biggest WOW possible.
Each piece of the set is designed to be
mounted onto file folders ......
Either the entire folder or
a half folder.
(1) The Focus folder ....
Includes Spots for:
Coordinating pieces for beginning sound
Color with color object
Number - word and counting
Allows for the students and parents, alike,
to see what the routine for the
day will be
(3) Days & Emotions
Counting down the first 100 days
Graphing of how the students feel
(4) Job & Center Assignments
Allow the students to
see which jobs they have
been assigned in the room
which centers they will participate
(5) Attendance Chart
The students will be able to check
themselves in and out at the
(6) Calendar Plus Chart
The calendar allows for the typical
coverage of the month, days and date -
including numerous sets of
calendar cover-ups to create
It also includes
weather and how one should dress
appropriately for it.
Mini Make & Take Booklets
That Coordinate with
The Extra Large Flash Cards
Print the Circle Time ‘Focus’ sheets
to create a unique booklet for
each week based on
YOUR classroom plans.
Encourage Independent Learning
Wall Art for the Colors - Shapes - Numbers - Alphabet
Folder Style Board Game
Go Fishing and Catch an Education!
This set is multi-leveled and allows the educator to
decide what should be worked on.
This set includes work with
shapes, letters, numbers and colors.
Beginning Letter Sounds, 0 - 100 counting,
sight words and more can also
be found in this expandable game.
Let the children work with
Numbers, Beginning Sounds,
And Shapes ........
Not Just for Valentine’s Day!
The Basics set includes some in color while
others are in Black Line Master.
Includes a Bus set, Fly Away Bird, Ice Cream,
Rabbits & Carrots
and a Whale with spout.
Sorting and Graphing
Objects and Colors
Includes Various Styles to be incorporated
into any homes school or classroom.
The Picture Exchange Word Exchange Series is a diverse system that helps with communication
when needed and encourages strong and early reading skills.
This educational support series is perfect for working with individuals with limited communication
abilities, learning delays, Autism, Pervasive Developmental Delays (PDD) ...
or any early childhood level learner.
What is an Interactive PEWE Reader?
The Readers are very easy books to make that supply not only
an educational experience for the reader - but builds the self-confidence
of the student reading it.
To use a reader .... Read each word (beginning with the cover) and show
the student the PEWE card that matches the word. Show the student how the
letters match on the card and the book (creating a pattern to be recognized at a later time).
Discuss the picture on the card so the student will understand the ‘pattern’ of letters and
what they indicate.
Place the cards, while reading, onto the ‘sentence strip’ at the bottom of the book. This too,
should be discussed (how the words mimic the order of the sentence in the book).
After the sentence on the page has been read ..... Repeat the process by pointing to each
word as you say it. Have the student do the same.
If the student is not verbal - they can point to the PEWE card as you read it aloud again.
The books are short enough to not be frustrating to the emergent reader but
will provide an abundance of confidence building reading time.
The smiles on a non-verbal or semi-verbal student who has just
completed reading their first Interactive PEWE Reader are
Individuals that may never be able to read traditionally
are having success with this series.
When moving onto the next page .... Remove the PEWE cards from the strip.
If using hook and loop tape .... This activity is an excellent
fine motor work out for the student.
The books will repeat many of the traditional sight words and you will find
that the reader will already be picking up the correct PEWE card prior
to actually needing it.
This Series is excellent for any early reader (or non-reader) ...... Traditional or Not!
*****The last page of the book contains a couple of easy to answer questions for*****
the student. The student simply answers by pointing to the
correct answer after the instructor has read off the question.
This encourages observation and reinforces comprehension with the reader.
This fun theme includes cutting, pattern work,
memory games, working with
manners, crafty puppet
making, counting, work with a nursery
rhyme ...... Lots of fun......and
This collection contains a huge variety of folder based games......
Games that will fit on a standard file folder to half based folder game ... to games that can
be utilized as mats or folded mini folder style games.
File folder Games
Fine Motor Activities
Shapes and Colors
Numbers and Letters
Uppercase and Lowercase