7 Work Task Boxes - part 4

And here's yet another work task post! I hope you guys aren't getting sick of them, but I just have so many and didn't want to bore you by putting them all in one post! :) So here's the next section of work tasks that we use in my classroom.

I feel like this task is a common one, and it's a great one! I drew rectangles around the clothespins on the index cards and then colored them in so students can match the color to the clothespin.

I had these shape Bingo-ish boards from who knows where. They were pretty old. I cut them up into strips of 3 and add Velcro. Insta-shape matching task!

Medicine 1:1 correspondence task. At the beginning of the year I created visuals for one color for Morning, another for Noon, etc...but none of my current students could get that. So 1:1 correspondence it is!

Would you call this task collating? The student has to put an apple of each color together and then secure with a paper clip.

Color match and 1:1 correspondence. I colored in spaces in an ice cube tray and used these little circles I had in a math manipulative kit.

This task is just to put a highlighter in each bag and seal it.

More medicine containers! (I found them at an estate sale this summer) I printed out pictures of suns and moons and students put the correct picture in the AM / PM spot.

For more work task box ideas, check out:

  • Work Task Boxes Post 1 
  • Work Tasks Post 2
  • Work Tasks Post 3
  • Work Tasks Post 4 (this post!)
  • Work Tasks Post 5
  • My Work Task/TEACCH Pinterest Board ~ All Breezy Special Ed Pinterest Boards
  • Printable Schedules, Labels and Data Sheets

    1. Love these!! Please keep sharing!!

    2. Thank you for soooo many great ideas! I use more than my wallet likes! I am wondering if you could share the sun and moon pictures you used with the pill boxes? I would love this! I already have the pill boxes. I also like the ideas of what else you put in the pill boxes... I was a little perplexed as to what to use that would be safe. Thank you!


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