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Sometimes it is hard to think of meaningful, creative tasks for our students.  The following sites have some great examples of tasks that could be created at home or at school for children and teens.

Links to independent work tasks:

Shoebox Tasks Website

Autism Tasks Website

Autism Educators Task Box Fillers

Pinterest Photos of Work Tasks

Autism Classroom File Folder Games Products Here

Autism File Folder Games- 3 Under the Sea Summer Matching Games          Black History Month Matching File Folder Game ( Autism & Special Ed. )  Autism File Folder Games: Spring Matching - Umbrellas, Flowers, Patterns  Easter File Folder

Dalmatian Matching File Folder Game     Tablet Fun File Folder Games    Emoji’s Matching File Folder Game   Summer Fun File Folder Games


Autism Classroom IEP Work Tasks Products Here

Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Alphabet (Autism, Pre-K, K & Special Ed.) Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Colors (Autism & Sp. Education)  Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Everyday Objects (Autism & Sp.Ed.)    Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Shapes Edition (Autism & Sp. Education)                                                                     Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins - Parts of the Body (Autism & Sp. Ed.) Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Days of the Week Sorting Pictures by Category  Sorting Animals by Category - Science (Autism & Special Education)

 

 

Articles:

Why Using Work Tasks Can Build Independence


Books with Information:

Task Galore

Task Galore for the Real World

Activity Schedules

How Do I Teach this Kid