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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

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Check out how to set up a successful task box system and get access to the number one reason WHY it works for all levels!

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Use dried up markers. Match colored tops to pens. (Another vocational task for older students)

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A grocery task box is something that can be adjusted to different learning levels.

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My obsession with work tasks continued... Here is another round of work tasks that I do in my classroom currently. Like I said before, ...

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Sight Word Tasks: 2 Levels

Sight words center! Reusable way to build in sight word practice. This set comes with letter pieces for non-writers! These are great for work task boxes, early finishers, centers, etc. These strips are especially good for special education classrooms, inclusion settings, homeschool settings, and more!!!

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