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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle File Folder Game Download

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle File Folder Game Download
You'll love DJ's printable 'File Folder Games' for early education! Teach kids all about the 3 R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle with this cute little learning game. Includes 15 item cards for students to 'sort' into 3 categories. Teaches sorting skills, critical thinking & environmental awareness. All you have to do is print, cut & glue to an empty file folder! Great for school, Earth Day or for educational fun at home. See below for game sample & larger image. (djid341)

All pages are included as 8.5"x11" .jpg files, in both color and black & white (at 300 dpi for better printing results). Cover, folder labels & instructions included. Created by Alix Spears © DJ Inkers.

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Price: $2.99
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Download Size: 5.65MB

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Customer Reviews

  • Author: Unknown
    "Cute, simple game. My kids enjoyed it, and it sparked an interesting discussion. Thank you."
  • Author: Unknown
    "Perfect for what I was looking for. Thank you very much for this activity."
  • Author: Ariel E.
    "A fabulous resource to use with my 1st graders!! Very useful. "
  • Author: Libi S.
    "Perfect activity for this topic"
  • Author: Mark N.
    "Great that there is a black and white/colour version. I really like the critical thinking angle and I can't wait to ask my students what they chose and why. Thanks for making this!"
  • Author: Nina N.
    "Great interactive file folder game to practice reduce, reuse, recycle."
  • Author: Caroline C.
    "I love File Folder games, it's great busy work for my students, and at the same time they're learning about Recycle, Reusing, and Reducing. I wanted to create my own, but wasn't sure where to start, so I'm glad I stumbled across this Download. Thanks for making this!"
  • Author: Ginger J.
    "A great addition to the Earth Day unit."
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