What's in my Work Boxes. Another great post with lots of pictures of new task boxes to set up for your special needs students to practice sorting all types of objects in all types of ways. Perfect for younger AND older students. Get some great ideas at: http://creatingandteaching.blogspot.com/2015/03/whats-in-my-work-boxes-part-2.html?m=1
Being able to identify and understand community signs is a crucial for my special education students. These hands on tasks help them develop those life skills. There are 3 different levels so all of my students are able to use them. They are really helpful for my students with autism and multiple disabilities. Perfect for SPED rooms, work task boxes and direct instruction.
Engaging our students with autism and other disabilities or just early childhood students is HARD! Making it interactive helps get the kids engaged! This kit has everything you need to get early childhood, preschool and special education students engaged in group activities. Includes calendar supports, song and story communication visuals and supports, and more.
These Morning Work Tubs (a.k.a. Entry tubs or work bins) are the perfect way to start your kindergarten day! There are 20 activities for the month of September, and skills include fine motor practice, counting, colors, letter matching, and more! Your students will love getting to hands-on activities with pipe cleaners, playdough, letter magnets, and more!