Sorting Non-identicals for Special Education, Early Intervention, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy.
Sorting non-identical items is perfect for children who have mastered basic matching and are ready to work on more complex skills. This activity teaches organization and is an essential foundational skill that improves categorizing and discrimination.
This activity includes the following body parts: eyes, mouth, nose, hair, hands, feet, fingers, arms, legs, ears, head, face, lips, and teeth.
There are 21 pages to be printed on photo paper and laminated. Cut the cards out. Use hook and loop dots in the middle of each blank square on the boards and on the backside of each card.
Given non-identical pictures of objects to sort by category, STUDENT will match up to _____(number of) pictures with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (IEP end date)