Roll and Dot Work Task

Another pinsperation success! This work task hits all of my must haves: quick to set up, adaptable for multiple students, and CHEAP! At the end of the school year – you know it pains me to bust out my wallet for more school expenses. No worries for this task – I had all of the materials on hand and it took literally less than 5 minutes to make and prep. And the best part – there are countless ways to extend and adapt this task. Ahhh sweet perfection 🙂

I use wooden blocks as the dice and drew/wrote with sharpies. I made a few different sets for my wide range of little learners. I did the numbers, written numbers, written colors, and actual colors.

Students roll the dice.

The Autism Helper - Roll and Dot

And make the corresponding set of stamps with the dot markers.

The Autism Helper - Roll and Dot

 

These dot markers are my favorite! We have used them for tons of activities this year (snowflake craft, umbrella craft…)


The Autism Helper - Roll and Dot

This task targets fine motor skills, comprehension, following multiple step directions, sight words, and much more! I also made some dice with shapes, line configurations and letters. Then you can even do 3 step directions (color 3 red circles!). Since this is in a “game” setup – you can trick your little kiddos into working 🙂 No shame in that!

The Autism Helper - Roll and Dot

4 Comments

  1. Love it!

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  2. Sweet and simple! haha

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  3. Awesome idea

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  4. Thanks for reading!

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