So gather the Play-Doh containers, grab an empty shoe box, and sort through your box of random or leftover manipulatives and, Voila!, a sorting, ordering, sequencing task is born.
This is also a great way to help the children exert some gross motor skills, practice mental math, and learn about social cooperation during game play. That’s what I love about building games like this: so much can be accomplished during the course of one game. Good luck.
I have a book called Tasks Galore and the task I will share in this post is, to be sure, a riff on a task found in that book. Credit where credit is due and all that. I have modified my taks and made it a little sturdier and, as always, I have used recycled materials… Continue reading Recycle, Reuse: Country Time Lemonade Containers & Film Containers
Special Education is, on the contrary, about helping the students to function in the real world as freely, as fluently, and as and as frequently as possible.
2nd Test post for FB.
Test Post for FB.
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Well, as it turns out she asked me if I thought the cans would be useful in my classroom. I immediately said, ‘Yes!’ and about a month ago we found a use for them. I designed a very simple game that the students absolutely love playing. Seriously took about 5 minutes to invent this game. Here’s how we play it.