File Folder Activities to Work on Association & Function

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PreK - 6th
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This resource is awesome. It is very easy to pick up and do with your students! My students loved this resource! It was very helpful in class.
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Instructions and printables to make 8 file folder activities to work on association and function! Non-identifcal matching helps teach students to sort items based on common features. This is an essential foundational skill that improves categorizing and discrimination. Having a variety of tasks and examples is critical to teach generalization. Perfect for early childhood or students with autism or special needs!

File folder activities included are:

- What Goes Together Level 1

- What Goes Together Level 2

- What Goes Together Level 3

- Group Items by Function 1

- Group Items by Function 2

- Group Items by Feature 1

- Group Items by Feature 2

Video Tutorial of this Resource!

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