This adapted book is ideal for students working on sorting items by various attributes, such as shape, color, and function. Sorting is a key skill that students will develop, and the ability to place items of a similar type into categories requires students to identify these attributes.
This book was designed to be used in a special education classroom as a seat work activity in which the pages are laminated and the items are cut out, laminated, and have velcro on the back. Students can sort the items onto the page and then turn the page and do the next set. The book can be adapted to meet individual learner needs, such as removing some sets or reducing the number of items per set. This activity is ideal for independent work that can keep students engaged and provide hands-on practice of these skills!