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Matching socks task, good work box idea

Matching socks task, good work box idea - sneaking in some fine motor work with the clothes pins!

Spill the beads all over in the tray, have the child use the brush to comb all the beads into the square then they practice using a dust pan to sweep the beads on the pan and carefully pouring them back into the container! (Great eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills practice!)

Match up the pairs of food. Butterfly matched the pairs with straws. Two red foods.

This is a great way to teach job skills. You can recreate this with a piece of plywood and add hooks. I then took old Avon books and cut out images of perfumes, eye shadows, and other images from magazines that you might find at Dollar Tree. This activity is a sorting or zoning activity. They have to match the like items. Some of our students work at Dollar Tree, so this helps others that may one day get that job site-By Bernice

This is a great way to teach job skills. You can recreate this with a piece of plywood and add hooks.

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.

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