File folder games and activities are easy to make and carry on the go.
File Folder Games are activities that are contained in one folder. I put mine together using self-stick magnets & Velcro so they are totally self-contained and perfect for some educational fun in the car. I color coded my folders for ease of use – all our Preschool folders are green. ~123homeschool4me
You can come up with all kinds of DIY ideas, but here are some to get you started…
Kitchen and Cooking File Folders for Special Education
I created this set of file folders based on all things cooking and around the kitchen. I also include a variety of difficulty levels in my file folders so that I can appropriately challenge each of my students. ~Visit BreezySpecialEd.com to see all the cooking file folder ideas!
Fall Themed File Folders
Preschoolers will love these fall file folder games as they will be able to learn through play!
For your little contractor,
Here’s a simple game…just put the numbers in order from 1-20! Enjoy! ~kindergartenkindergarten
Vegetable Shape Match Up
The Idea Room has some great tips on laminating and binding your file folder games + this cute vegetable match up example…
My kids love these. The great thing about these file folders is that you can make them for kids of all ages. Mine are taken from a series of books by the Finch Family Games company, but you can find them in other places. You can also make your own using coloring and activity book pages or find free file folder games on the internet. ~theidearoom
On The Farm
Eaton was excited to see new file folder game. That was a review of animals you can find on the farm. Matching activity is always fun for him. ~earlylearningeaton
Match up animals to habitat.