Categories, a fav of "Let's Talk Speech-Language Pathology" from "Adventures in Tutoring & Special Education". great introductory activity for categories, and I think it would work well for some of the younger children (preschool-K or 1st). Download the activity for free! Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
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Red White and Two File Folders for Autism and Special Ed. These 4 file folders will make excellent summertime tools resources centers in younger elementary classrooms as well as for work systems and instruction in special education classrooms. They are great for structured or independent work systems for students with autism and related disabilities as well. They focus on basic matching skills for colors, numbers and counting. $2
This FREE packet includes three practice pages for students to sort both 2-d and 3-d shapes. On one page, students sort circles and triangles, while on another, students sort cones and cylinders. On the last page, students must sort squares and cubes, noticing which are flat and which are solid shapes.