Aside from Target, the dollar store is probably my favorite place to shop. Granted, Target also has a “Dollar Spot” – I sense a theme developing.
My mom found me these at (I believe) a Dollar Tree in New York. Today I graduated a student and couldn’t wait to deliver this certificate! How cute is it?! And there are a BUNCH in the pack!
Stop what you’re doing now and head to your nearest Dollar Tree, because even if your room isn’t pirate themed, these would be perfect when an /r/ kid is dismissed!
I also found these gems at the Target Dollar Spot. They’re actually coasters! Although, they were more than $1; they were $3. I only bought 2 sets, but each comes with 2 halves of the bun, a hamburger patty, lettuce, tomato, and cheese. If they had been $1, I would have bought all they had! I haven’t done anything in particular with them yet, but I think it would be fun to make a reinforcing game out of collecting all the necessary pieces to make a cheeseburger (a la Pretty Pretty Princess, circa 1993. Who’s with me?). There’s also the obvious sequencing aspect of the coasters.
What would you use these for??? I’d love to hear your ideas! Please comment below. If I like your idea and end up using it, you will get to choose any product from my TpT store!
I got these at the dollar store just the other day. They are coordinating sets. I plan to use them for activities that involve matching (synonyms, irregular past vs. present verbs, go-togethers, etc.) I laminated them and will put Velcro on them. That way, I can switch out the targets easily! I will also use a dry erase marker to write the targets of the students who can read. Aren’t they adorable?! I got one of each design they had!
What have you found at the dollar store?!
Awesome ideas! I guess I need to start shopping at the dollar stores more often.
Great finds – congrats on your score! You might be able to use the hamburger for the parts of a story?
The hamburger pictures are adorable! I would use them to generate sentences increasing in length. Have the student start with a basic sentence and then instruct them to add adjectives/verbs/adverbs/etc. 🙂
You could lay out the hamburger with its toppings then put up a barrier, take a topping away and then see if the students can recall what's missing.
I pretty much get ALL of my therapy materials at the dollar store including stickers (great selection) and card games. Great stuff!