File Folder Activities {Household Themed}

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The Autism Helper
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PreK - 6th
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With the new culture of distance learning, this is a way for my students to have a type of 'hands on learning' without being in class together.


Instructions and printables to make 8 file folder activities to learn about common household items! Work on sorting, non-identical matching, discrimination, function, and feature - all with a life skills twist! Each file folder task addresses different areas of the house and the items utilized in that area! Having a variety of tasks and examples is critical to teach generalization. Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs!

It is essential to work on life skills with our older students and this resource targets this in a structured & visual way!

File folder activities included are:

- Clothes you Fold vs. Clothes you Hang

- Food in the Fridge vs. Food in the Cabinet

- Kitchen Items vs. Living Room Items

- Bedroom Items vs. Bathroom Items

- Laundry Items vs. Toys

- Furniture vs. Appliances

- Small Household Items vs. Large Household Items

- Things you Clean with vs. Things you Cook with

All instructions for setup and labels are included!

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