Task Boxes: Looking to work on your letter recognition, alphabet knowledge, letter formation, and fine motor stamina in your students, using 1:1 correspondence with your students? Add these to your literacy stations and literacy centers. My students love alphabet center work. Preschool, pre-k, early childhood and special needs students will work on using their fine motor skills with these fun yet functional task kits. If you use task boxes in your classroom, these will be a great addition to your tasks for students! Use those mini pom poms, table scatter, food, dollar spot erasers or any other fun trinkets you can find to add some flair for building pre-handwriting strength and alphabet letter knowledge on these task cards. These are a great pre-requisite for handwriting!
✐This YEAR LONG Counting Task Kit Includes✐:
✏ 52 task activity cards (Uppercase and Lowercase included)
✏Opportunities to use these for 1:1 work areas, literacy centers, writing centers
✏ Year long use- just change out your manipulatives- so versatile!
✏Opportunities to use for large/small group lessons
✏Can be easily stored in baggies, pencil box cases, or 4×6 photo storage boxes.
✏Use these with your push-in therapists
Young children with special needs learn best by being engaged in hands-on developmentally appropriate tasks. Help your students master pre-requisite skills in the different center areas of your classroom. These activities are great for task boxes, independent work area, or 1:1 teaching area.
⭐ mastering important pre-requisite skill
⭐ sustained learner’s attention to task
⭐ reinforce basic concepts for English Language Learners and other students in the preschool classroom