TEACCH Task Box ideas for a special education program or autism classroom

TEACCH Task Boxes!

Teach life skills, sequencing, transitional words, following directions, language skills, and listening skills All-in-One with these Life Skills Sequencing Mats!

LIFE SKILLS Sequencing Mats

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Which screw driver or nut driver vocational task box. It would be a super easy fine motor/functional box you could set up this weekend. Great for middle and high school students!

What's in my Work Boxes.  Another great post with lots of pictures of new task boxes to set up for your special needs students to practice sorting all types of objects in all types of ways.  Perfect for younger AND older students.  Get some great ideas at:  http://creatingandteaching.blogspot.com/2015/03/whats-in-my-work-boxes-part-2.html?m=1

This is a pin that gives ideas for work boxes to be utilized in the classroom. Work boxes can easily be differentiated based upon student skill level. These boxes are interesting and engaging.

How to set up a task box system for any special education class.  Great for any TEACCH program

TEACCH Task Boxes!

Color coordinated lock task box! Locks from the dollar store, cheap and easy and the kids love it!

Could match colors, shapes, capital/lower case letters, could be simple addition or subtraction for older kids.

Our interactive Math & Language Arts Workbooks provide independent work to your students & a HUGE help as you run through the unending list of to-do's at the start of the year! From http://theautismhelper.com #thautismhelper

Interactive Reading and Math Work Books

Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Task Box Ideas for Students with Disabilities

What a great idea for any words.Cards can be Brailled.From Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Task Box Ideas for Students with Disabilities

These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom.

Little Spelling Box

Teach Your Child to Read - These DIY spelling boxes are perfect for kids working on sight words at home or in the classroom. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Being able to identify and understand community signs is a crucial for my special education students. These hands on tasks help them develop those life skills. There are 3 different levels so all of my students are able to use them. They are really helpful for my students with autism and multiple disabilities. Perfect for SPED rooms, work task boxes and direct instruction.

Community Signs Skill Pack (Special Education and Autism Resource)

Being able to identify and understand community signs is a crucial for my special education students. These hands on tasks help them develop those life skills. There are 3 different levels so all of my students are able to use them. They are really helpful for my students with autism and multiple disabilities. Perfect for SPED rooms, work task boxes and direct instruction.

Science sorting tasks are great for task boxes, science centers, independent work, hands on learners and more!

Science Centers Sorting Tasks *SET 1

Knowing how to select the necessary items needed to make a meal or a snack is an essential life skills task that is often difficult to teach in the classroom. Let's face it, these are not items we have readily available in our classrooms! I have a student

Knowing how to select the necessary items needed to make a meal or a snack is an essential life skills task that is often difficult to teach in the classroom. I have a student

The Special Teacher: Task Boxes 6

Functional Task Boxes In our classroom we use a lot of task boxes, here are some of the box ideas we use.

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