Anabela Silva
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Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: A Few Workboxes from:  http://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com    I like that the teachers are using real coins.  I never understood teaching students with plastic money - how are they supposed to understand that what we are working with in the classroom is "the same" as the metal coins they might find on a parent's night stand.

Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs has ideas such as using real money to learn value because the plastic money might not make sense as a symbol. These are all workboxes that can help students understand concepts at an elementary grade level.

Patterning and fine motor. Can also use bears or unifix cubes.

Clothespin color match - colored stickers and clothespins, cardstock paper. Great for learning colors, fine motor skills, and patterning. Color identification practice for A.

File Folder Games for Kids

File folder games Crafty Chic: File Folder Games for Quiet book. Use magnet strips instead of Velcro to be more quiet