Explore Color Activities, Sorting Activities, and more!

These ideas can be modified and/or used with a variety of students with speech/language impairments.

Homework and Independent Work for Non-Readers

Category Sorting Independent Task - Free Printable on Blog

Category Sorting Independent Task (Free Printable) - Add Velcro to make this task even more kiddo-friendly!

Classifying activities to help your students classify items that belong in a specific household setting. Two levels & 10 mats.

Where Does It Go? {Life Skills, matching, & classifying}

Special Education, preschool, or pre-k Station: Great ideas for Morning Work Binders for morning work

Special Education Station: Morning Work Binders (I would change the name writing page to be on the writing lined paper so that kids get used seeing and writing with the lines)

dressing a person appropriately depending on season.

The Autism Tank: Homework Binders- could create a library of language building activities to send home for homework.

Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhelper.com

Interactive Math Work Books

Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhe (Favorite At Work)

I use clothespins for teaching a variety of skills in my classroom. I love that they can be used with students across abilities for a wide range of learning activities. #Autism | found on  Adventures in the ATC - a blog about my experiences teaching students with Autism

Autism: this is similar to the popsicle stick organization game. It can be good for organizing colors, spelling words, and learning numbers.

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