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Color sorting cups

Students can clip onto the cups or put them in the cups depending on thier ability level.

Structured sort by color + fine motor task. Students sort links by color into cups. Have students take the links apart in order to sort to make the task harder. Cups are on velcro so they can be moved to change the order. Made using: colored duct tape, baby food containers, half of a 3-ring binder, box that my checks came in, plastic links, sticky backed velcro

Structured sort by color + fine motor task. Students sort links by color into…

Great for visual impairments (CVI especially) - $3 dollar sorting box - free pizza box, cups 4 for $1 at Dollar Tree, blocks $1, free left over black spray paint, exacto knife from the junk drawer to cut cup holes

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: Fine Motor Work Boxes. A great way to take away visual clutter and highlight the target lesson.

Colour Sort TEACCH Activities: 2 activities to use at a workstation or in a small group. Contains base board with areas for sorting into colours and images to sort. First version is red, blue, yellow and the second version is green, yellow, red. Base boards could be used for sorting other items, such as maths cubes or compare bears.

Color Sort TEACCH Activities: 2 activities to use at a workstation or in a small group. Contains base board with areas for sorting into colours and images to sort. First version is red, blue, yellow and the second version is green, yellow, red.

Workbox to teach students either how to play with legos, how to sort by color, or size, or to improve fine motor skills.

Structured play task for child with autism - practice building with Legos.

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

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