Saturday, 9 March 2013

TEACCH actvities for workstations

I spend at least 2 days in every holiday designing workstation tasks for students and I have been able to create a huge bank of resources over the last 3 takes some doing!

So take a look at these resources and take the stress out of designing workstation tasks!

TES Autism (@TES_SEN) Has designed some fantastic workstation activities which can all be found here - just print, laminate, Velcro and they are ready to use! Well worth the time and effort to put them together as they are top quality resources that you will be able to use again and again! - My favourite resources are the Counting or 'How many...' resources. These are incredibly simple and well made resources. So...I had a go at making my own and you can find mine here -

How many Cubes -

How many People (Paper Chains) -

How Long (Cubes) -

How Long (People - Paper Chains) -

I have also designed a template (using Widgit symbols) for Independent Reading Comprehension - Have a look, it could be just what you need for your workstation:

Enjoy the resources - Hope they help to cut out some of the work in the holidays and I will post more ASAP!


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