File Folder Activities for Advanced Sorting

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PreK - K
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Just like every resource from the Autism Helper, this was a hit! So much is included, directions are easy to follow, and it is super helpful for teaching sorting!
Great independent work, hands-on, and can be used to target so many different goals across students and targets.


Instructions and printables to make 11 file folder activities to practice complex sorting! Sorting teaches organization and is an essential foundational skill that improves categorizing and discrimination. Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs!

File folder activities included are:

- Real vs. Make Believe

- Buildings vs. Vehicles

- Healthy vs. Unhealthy Food

- Hot vs. Cold Items

- Little vs. Big Items

- Breakfast vs. Dinner

- Electronics vs. School Supplies

- Winter vs. Spring Items

- Summer vs. Fall Items

- Animals that Swim vs. Animals that Fly

- Sort Items into Four Categories

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for more resources, tips, and materials to help you help children with autism please visit The Autism Helper

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