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All you need is a kitchen whisk to set up this fun Baby or Toddler Fine Motor Skills Sensory Activity. find out who’s whisk works best and other ideas to play with this. Tout Petits et Enfants dâge Préscolaire Kitchen Whisk Baby Fine Motor Skills Motor Skills Activities, Toddler Learning Activities, Games For Toddlers, Montessori Activities, Infant Activities, Children Activities, Fine Motor Activities For Kids, 7 Month Old Baby Activities, Activities For Babies Under One
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KITCHEN WHISK BABY FINE MOTOR SENSORY ACTIVITY

All you need is a kitchen whisk to set up this fun Baby or Toddler Fine Motor Skills Sensory Activity. #hellowonderful find out who’s whisk works best and other ideas to play with this.

Color and number matching game with paint chips. Helps with subitizing and number recognition. Numbers Preschool, Math Numbers, Math Classroom, Kindergarten Math, Classroom Activities, Teaching Math, Preschool Activities, Teaching Ideas, Subitizing

Tuesday's Tot Trio #11

Glad you joined me today for more "Adventures" of Greased Lightning. If you have a little toddler at home, I hope that these three little tot school happenings will inspire some creative play in your neck of the woods. First up, was a quick little matching game I had whipped up last week using an assortment of primary-colored paint chip samples and clothes pins. I wanted to make a simple game that both he and Blonde Warrior could play. Obviously, Blonde Warrior...being a year older and…

Library Check Out - love this idea, though I might use a binder system instead, as my students LOVE to read from the classroom library! 5th Grade Classroom, Future Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Libraries, Classroom Ideas, Library Organization, Classroom Organisation, Classroom Management, Library Ideas

Adventures in Room 204

Classroom Library Check Out - love this idea, though I might use a binder system instead, as my students LOVE to read from the classroom library!

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Montessori Monday – Paper Cutting Activities

Cutting with scissors information plus many printable paper cutting resources; perfect for toddlers and preschoolers at home or in the classroom!

Check out how to set up a successful task box system and get access to the number one reason WHY it works for all levels! Life Skills Classroom, Autism Classroom, Special Education Classroom, Classroom Setup, Future Classroom, Music Education, Workbox System, Vocational Tasks, Self Contained Classroom

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Check out how to set up a successful task box system and get access to the number one reason WHY it works for all levels!

Check out how to set up a successful task box system and get access to the number one reason WHY it works for all levels! Life Skills Classroom, Autism Classroom, Special Education Classroom, Classroom Setup, Future Classroom, Music Education, Workbox System, Vocational Tasks, Self Contained Classroom

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Check out how to set up a successful task box system and get access to the number one reason WHY it works for all levels!

Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 1 Autism Education, Preschool Special Education, Autism Resources, Classroom Resources, Classroom Ideas, Autism Teaching, Classroom Organisation, Classroom Setting, Teacher Organization

The Ten Commandments of Setting Up Structured Work Systems

Independent work systems (TEACCH) are a staple in many autism and other special education classrooms. They are considered an emerging or evidence-based practice for teaching independence. Setting them up and using them correctly are critical. Here are 10 tips to get your started on setting up and using them. via @drchrisreeve

The Autism Tank: Work Task Ideas. This could be a daily task - match supply pictures to personal supply box. Life Skills Classroom, Life Skills Activities, Autism Classroom, Classroom Setup, Classroom Supplies, Math Lessons, School Supplies, Autism Education, Teaching Special Education

Work Task Ideas

Probably pretty similarly to most of you, when I started in my classroom 6 years ago, I had no materials. I was thrown into a chaotic classroom in the middle of the year with no curriculum, school supplies, or idea of what I was supposed to do! Luckily, shortly after I started, I was moved into a classroom that had been used for an after school program. In the closet, I found a bunch of miscellaneous junk, that I used to put together some of my first work tasks. And, these are still in…

Dollar Up work box Functional teaching ideas for multi-needs special education, with a transition / life skills focus.Functional teaching ideas for multi-needs special education, with a transition / life skills focus. Life Skills Lessons, Life Skills Activities, Teaching Life Skills, Autism Activities, Autism Resources, Sorting Activities, Work Activities, Math Skills, Human Resources

Next Dollar Up work box

If you teach special education you should be familiar with the "next dollar" method, or "dollar over" strategy. If not, well you should. :) Basically, the student looks at the number before the decimal point, counts out those dollars and then adds one more dollar for the change. Here is a work box that I use with my students for independent practice with the dollar over strategy (I got this wonderful idea from my mentor teacher!). All the materials needed are in this box. (index cards with…

Work Task Boxes- September Ideas on how to start work task boxes at the beginning of school. These activities slowly establish instructional control while building independence skills. Autism Education, Special Education Classroom, Autism Classroom, Classroom Teacher, Music Education, Autism Activities, Classroom Activities, Autism Resources, Classroom Ideas

Work Task Boxes- September

Classroom strategies for special education, resources for teachers, tips for teaching to the different levels & how to get students up and learning.

Work Box Task Ideas - The Autism Helper Work Box Task Ideas - The Autism Helper The Autism Helper. Great for the older kids learning how to count money. Money Activities, Autism Activities, Classroom Activities, Math Classroom, Sorting Activities, Classroom Setup, Vocational Tasks, Teaching Special Education, Teaching Money

Work Box Task Ideas - The Autism Helper

Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

Classroom Organisation - storing learning centre activities in small spaces to maximise space in the classroom! Craft Activities For Kids, Projects For Kids, Learning Activities, Preschool Activities, Kids Learning, Crafts For Kids, Quiet Time Activities, Early Learning, Craft Projects

Creatively Organize Your Homeschool - Amy's Wandering

I’ve been collecting all of these clever ideas on my Pinterest boards. Add a little pizazz to your homeschool! {If you would like to Pin some of these great ideas, please first follow the link to the original post.} Colorful Crate Cubbies Duct Tape/File Folder Hanging Organizer Toolbox Organizer Seasonal Storage Boxes Storing Printables Ziploc [...]

Lid Match: Match the lid to the corresponding container. This is also a great fine motor and life skills Lid Match: Match the lid to the corresponding container. This is also a great fine motor and life skills activity Life Skills Classroom, Life Skills Activities, Teaching Life Skills, Autism Activities, Teaching Tools, Motor Activities, Autism Resources, Sorting Activities, Classroom Setup

Matching Taskboxes

After students have begun to master some of the simple Fine Motor Taskboxes I begin to introduce some of these matching taskboxes. Egg Carton Color Match: Match the block to the corresponding color Shape Sequence Match: Velcro the shape to the correct sequence Lid Match: Match the lid to the corresponding container. This is also a great fine motor and life skills activity. Environmental Print Match: Slide environmental print card into matching slot Calendar Picture Match: Use small pictures…