I get super sick of velcro. It seems like my staff and I constantly cutting, sticking, or ordering velcro. On a regular basis, my butt is covered with this:

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So take a break from velcro and emerge yourself into the world of sorts. Especially for your higher functioning learners, sorts are a great way to work on a skill in an interactive and hands-on way with a little less structure than a traditional velcro task.

My favorite set of sorts are our Math Sorts for Early Childhood and Special Education. These sorts work on addition/subrtaction, time, and money. Students interact with the materials to group similar clocks, coin sets, or math problems. After they complete the sort – they can copy the answers onto the coordinating worksheet and you can see the finished product. These are perfect for independent work!

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Stay organized with labels for each of these sorts!

 

 

Check out the full video tour and see every page of Math Sorts for Early Childhood and Special Education:

 

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