This bundle of Basic Concepts Task Cards covers 10 different basic skills your special education students should be practicing every day! Each concept has 2 levels for a total of 200 task cards each month. Also includes data sheets for tracking IEP goals, sorting mats and student response worksheets.
Each concept has the same format from month to month with only the theme and images changing. Students will enjoy the repetition and familiarity with the task but be challenged with new cards each month. By the end of the year, you will have 2400 differentiated and themed task cards perfect for task boxes, assessment, independent work stations, direct instruction, morning work and warm-ups!
• 200 task cards per month - 10 basic concepts x 2 levels per concept x 10 cards per level
Level 1: multiple choice - use clothespins, dot markers, tokens, dry erase markers etc
Level 2: expressive complete the sentence
• Cover and quick data chart for each set
• Sorting mats for 7 of the concepts (all but colors, shapes or numbers)
• Student response worksheets - 3 levels
Level 1: Write the word
Level 2: Trace the word
Level 3: Circle the word
• Two data sheets for tracking IEP goals
• Numbers to 10
• Same or Different
• Big or Small
• In or Out
• On or Under
• In front or Behind
• Right or Left
• None or some
• January - Winter
(shown in preview)
• February - Valentine's Day
• March - St. Patrick's Day
• April - Earth Day
• May - Spring
• June - Summer
• July - Any Time
• August - Back to School
• September - Fall
• October - Halloween
• November - Thanksgiving
• December - Christmas
Prefer file folders to task cards? I’ve got you covered! Check out my Basic Concepts File Folder Bundle
for these same concepts in a different format.
File is zipped for ease of organization.
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