Sorting and Classifying Common Nouns, Autism, Special Education, ABA

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Sort and Classify Common Nouns task cards, for students with Autism & Special Needs

This set contains:
- 10 boards & 80 picture cards

The categories are:
- animals and insects
- furniture and vehicles
- 2D shapes and 3D shapes
- squares and triangles
- rectangles and circles
- pets and wild animals
- instruments and tools
- plants and animals
- reptiles and mammals
- birds and sea creatures

To prepare: print, laminate, cut and add velcro dots

This set is also available as part of my Early Language Concepts Bundle

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All the graphics used in our resources have been designed to appeal to a wide age range.
As some people with autism can be overloaded by too much visual input, our resources have been designed with clear layout and plain backgrounds.

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Sorting and Classifying Common Nouns, Autism, Special Educ
Sorting and Classifying Common Nouns, Autism, Special Educ
Sorting and Classifying Common Nouns, Autism, Special Educ
Sorting and Classifying Common Nouns, Autism, Special Educ