This new product contains materials for 11 different activities designed for an independent work system or shoebox system. These materials address ten different objectives from the ABLLS-R. They provide practice matching pictures, counting items, selecting which item doesn't belong, sorting by color, sorting by category, matching items that go together, matching words to pictures, tracing lines and shapes, and tracing letters and numbers. The objectives addressed included B5, B18, B19, B25, C36, C56, Q5, R4, S3, and S4.
These materials are designed in a slightly different way than previous products from The Deane’s List. If you use a workbox or shoe box teaching system then this is for you! These materials are colorful and fun and ready to go into a workbox with minimal preparation. Simply print, laminate and cut apart the cards or pieces and you will have another valuable teaching tool that can be used again and again to help your students practice and maintain skills. Using these material in a workbox system will also help students develop and maintain independent work skills which are also critically important.
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Keywords: independent workbox system, independent work skills, shoebox system, matching pictures, seriation, sorting by category, sorting by holiday (Christmas or Valentines), sorting by color (red or pink), selecting non-examples, missing letters, missing numbers, number order, counting, tracing numbers to 20 tracing letters, receptive language, language development, ABLLS-R, language delay, speech and language, autism, special education, The Deane's List