Work Tasks {Foundational, Prevocational, & Hands-On}

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I sometimes let myself become a hoarder in the name of making a good work task. I am work task obsessed. I am always thinking of new task ideas, cleaning out small containers that would be great for sorting, and vamping up old tasks to make them harder. This post is going to be visual – because I am a visual person! I’d rather see a picture than hear the description. Here we go:


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For even more ideas check out my pinterest boards:

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This video is loaded with task ideas – in an even more visual way! –

Check out these posts for other ideas and activities:

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

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The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

The Autism Helper - Work Tasks

14 Comments

  1. Thank you for so many wonderful ideas!!! 🙂

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  2. I love all of these ideas! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. These are great, pinned every one of them and am now following you on Pinterest! Thanks.

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  4. Oh my gosh! All of these tasks are amazing! I can’t express to you how thankful I am I came across your blog! I have shared your page with teachers at my school as well as on my facebook page.
    I have 7 students in my classroom and each student has their own desk and their own independent work station cabinet next to their desk. This takes up a lot of space, so I am thinking of doing something similar to yours. Do you have one independent work desk set up near your stations or how do you have that set up? Thanks!

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  5. Thanks for these GREAT ideas! I use individualized work task in my special ed kindergarten classroom. I always am looking for ways to track student progress in their work station. Do you have any ideas? Also, storing and being able to retrieve work task is a challenge for me. How do you store your work tasks when they are not being used? How do you keep up with the work tasks you have designed or made? Thanks for any ideas.

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  6. I swear every time I look at your site I think dang why didn’t I think of that before?? Couple questions for you on your picture that you have the words work station what kind of words do you use in all those packets you have in the picture?
    Also the picture with the word Eagle and the picture, what kind of words do you have in those packets?

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  7. Thank you for reading 🙂

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  8. I like to do sets of similar vocabulary. The one with ‘work station’ is all schedule words (art, reading, morning group, etc.) and the eagle is a set of animals. This helps build sight word skills and vocabulary!

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  9. Thanks for sharing all your GREAT ideas. Your classroom must be wonderful. Lucky kids.

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  10. Thanks, Gina!

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  11. I am a Home Daycare Provider: I done my changes about fun learning ideas. No more worksheets. I came across this. I don’t work with anybody with Autism. My kids have enjoyed doing items on put on trays instead. Liked your video. Lot of things I want to put together.

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  12. Thanks for reading! I love this idea for daycare!

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  13. These are so helpful, thank you!

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