These sorting work tasks are great for sensory tubs, task folders, or task boxes in your class. Use with junior infants and children with Autism and special needs.

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Sorting task cards perfect for your sensory task boxes and learning centers. These printable sorting tasks are so much fun for my students to complete.

 

⚫⚫⚫Sensory Sorting Task Box for Spring ⚫⚫⚫

❋ Sorting strips for each category

❋ Categories Include: Eggs, Bunnies, Chicks, Half, Whole, In, Out, Stripes, Spots, Flowers, Hearts

❋ 4 Color pictures for each category

❋Options for making this a 1:1 work center for students

❋Using this as a social game for your students

❋Errorless options included

 

**Print the strips on colored paper to look as pictured above**

 

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What is the child learning by completing sorting tasks?

⭐Early Math Skills – sorting and classifying

⭐Increased independence

⭐Increased attention to task

⭐Working independently on a task

⭐Working with peers on task

⭐Increased vocabulary related to theme

 

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