Basic Concepts in Motion

Fun Deck®

By Amy Parks

Grades PreK-3

SKU
FD58
Rating:
98% of 100
$12.95
56 illustrated match-up cards (2½" x 3½") to teach students basic concept pairs (big/little, open/closed, in/out, etc.) and improve following directions skills. Content/Game ideas cards. Tin box. Grades PreK-3.
56 illustrated match-up cards (2½" x 3½") to teach students basic concept pairs (big/little, open/closed, in/out, etc.) and improve following directions skills. Content/Game ideas cards. Tin box. Grades PreK-3.
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Author(s) Amy Parks
Topic Basic Concepts, Best Sellers, Card Decks, Evidence-Based Products, Fine/Gross Motor, Fun Decks, Occupational Therapy, Sensory Integration
Brand Super Duper Publications

Basic Concepts in Motion

"Take two big steps." "Take two little steps." Get your students movin' and groovin' while learning to understand basic concepts and follow directions. This deck contains 28 fun-filled concept pairs to teach these important skills. Use the colorful cards to play many unique and exciting games! Includes content cards and game ideas. Cards measure 2½" x 3½" and are stored in a sturdy storage tin.

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Customer Reviews
  1. Following directions is fun
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    I love this, I have students who struggle with following directions the first time. 2 step directions are harder and they get fidgety when they sit for too long. This is a fun way to accomplish the task of following directions and get a movement break in at the same time. Now I can say 'pretend to carry something heavy' as you go 'put your paper in the basket' or 'take two giant steps' as you go 'put your paper in the basket'. This makes following directions fun as well as gets the students moving during the day.

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  2. Great fun deck!
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    I use this fun deck with my kiddos who like to be active during therapy and this makes it fun for them.

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  3. Basic Concepts in Motion
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    I really like the visuals along with the simple directions to be followed. It works very well with the preschool age which is a fourth of my students. They know what to do even though they can not read.

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  4. Fun and easy activity!
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    80%
    This is a really fun card set...I love that it gets my preschoolers up and moving, and they don't even realize they're learning concept words! Great for a pre-lesson warm up, or a post-lesson reward game.

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  5. Big fun w/ basic concepts!
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    I work with preschoolers and they have all loved this game. I have used this with individual clients and with very large groups, all of the kids love the silly activities! We have done the deck in order, we have used the deck like 52 card pick up and it is interesting to see what the kids think they should do as well as how they watch each other! Excellent and affordable product.

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  6. Perfect for Breaks
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    I use this deck to give my son a "break" from his speech therapy... Really great at helping him listen and follow directions. Gets his energy out and prepares him for more "work".

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  7. Basic Concepts in Motion
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    As an OT practitioner, use these cards quite frequently to address basic motor planning skills. They are "user-friendly" and are a fun and easy way to incorporate the basic concepts of motor planning in the preK and K age group. The kids love drawing the cards out of a bag and imitating the motion with their classmates!

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  8. Great Fun Deck!
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    I just received this fun deck, and I absolutely love it! This is a great way to target following simple directions and basic concepts in one task! The students love activities that make therapy fun like this fun deck!

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