Mrs. P's Specialties!: Direct Instruction Work Centers

Direct Instruction Work Centers

Direct Instruction Work Centers: a peek into how we organize and run direct instruction centers in our self-contained special education classroom. These ideas are perfect for students with autism, multiply disabled students, and other students in special

file paper by color

file paper by color

File Paper by Color {prevocational task for children with autism} or sustained attention, organization, etc for brain injuries

Finger Gym - wrap a stick

Finger Gym - wrap a stick Ideal as a morning table top activity - ideal to get little fingers ready for writing!

A mail program is a perfect way to teach students social and pre-vocational skills! Read these quick tips to get one set up in your special education classroom.

A mail delivery program is a perfect way to teach social skills! Grab free mail program kit to get started!

DIY Workboxes - These D-I-Y work boxes are a great way to help your early childhood or special education students work on their basic skills. This particular example focuses on color, but you could also work on shapes, letters, or whatever other skills needs mastered. The basic concept will allow repetition and understanding of the activity, even if the topic being addressed is changed. Click through to see how this could work with your elementary students today.

DIY Workboxes - These D-I-Y work boxes are a great way to help your early childhood or special education students work on their basic skills. This particular example focuses on color, but you could also work on shapes, letters, or whatever other skills needs mastered. The basic concept will allow repetition and understanding of the activity, even if the topic being addressed is changed. Click through to see how this could work with your elementary students today.

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