This resource is for use with either students in an early childhood setting such as Pre-K or Kindergarten, or in a special education setting. In my classroom, I use these file folder tasks with my special learners during their structured independent time.
Teach your Special Education students how to subtract within 10 using this hands on visually structured task. Using task analysis along with visual supports provides a lot of support for students with Autism and other disabilities.
File Folder Heaven offers a wide variety of printable file folder games, printable books, and preschool activities that provide children with hands-on opportunities to practice basic reading, math, science and social studies skills.
Tips on how to set up independent work systems in special education classrooms to support learners with autism and similar disabilities. Great for TEACCH classes and life skills as well as early childhood.
Hands On Math Centers In The Special Education Classroom
Do you want to try task boxes, but think your students are too high for them? I find it easier to do higher level academics in task boxes than coming up with new ways to practice lower level skills such as "put in".