More ideas from Mary
Kids are very interested in the letters in their names. Sorting letters with name cards is a great way to help kids learn the alphabet. A cookie sheet with a washi tape divider makes an excellent tray for sorting magnetic letters. This is a great literacy activity for preschool and pre-k.

Sorting Magnet Letters with Name Cards. Hands-on name practice for preschool or kindergarten. Could practice classmates' names too!

Activities to teach hand washing hygiene to students with special needs. Includes task analysis, social narrative, adapted book, sequencing cards and file folder activity.

Activities to teach hand washing hygiene to students with special needs. Includes task analysis, social narrative, adapted book, sequencing cards and file folder activity.

Create your own tactile vest for learners with visual impairments and significant multiple disabilities!

Create your own tactile vest for learners with visual impairments and significant multiple disabilities!Tap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

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Match Numbers {independent work task for children with autism} really like the idea of how all the activities are kept in binders.

Teach kids how to button with this cute egg carton buttoning activity! This is fun to make while working on fine motor skills and helping kids with a difficult self-care task.

Teach kids how to button with this cute egg carton buttoning activity! This is fun to make while working on fine motor skills and helping kids with a difficult self-care task. Great idea and inexpensive, too.