Last month, I shared our fine motor put-in tasks on the blog with loads of examples. Today I want to share some of the color matching and color sorting tasks we have rotating in class right now. Once my students master basic put-in tasks, I start teaching color sorting/matching. I typically narrow the task down to sorting by 2 colors, and then we build up to more colors.
Color Sorting Classroom Must Haves:
Click below to read about our fine motor tasks.
Need ideas for independent work areas?
Below I’ve included a few of the independent work stations I’ve used in the past. There are so many different options for set ups. If you click on any of the pictures, it will take you to a blog post with more examples and an explanation on how to set up your own independent stations that can foster independence in your students.