Special Needs Programs These are some ideas on using objects and hands-on activities while helping ESL learners read. I like the exercise where kids find objects that fit a given descriptive word, which could be a good sensory activity for other special
Apple Sorting Activity Begin by cutting out apple shapes. In the example shown, four colors of apples were used: red, green, yellow, light green. Cut a circle from the center of each apple. Attach the apples to cardboard tubes using clear tapes.
This rainbow color sorting sensory bin is a great indoor activity for toddler and preschoolers. They work on colors, sorting and fine motor skills. A hidden way to make color sorting a self motivated activity!