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Task Boxes promote independent learning, support basic concepts, and the kids really enjoy "playing" with them.  Who says learning has to be boring.

This set is designed for May, which is our Bugs and Garden thematic unit.

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What You Need

Where 2 Buy Online

How 2 Play

 

1.Print out task bundle from Especially Education from the website called Teachers Pay Teachers.

2. Follow the simple directions on her print out and start cutting.

3. Laminate the pieces

I love my laminator!  We ran out of laminating paper during our mass laminating project so I quickly ordered some from Amazon ~ As a Prime Member, the package will be delivered tomorrow.

Task Boxes promote independent learning, support basic concepts, and the kids really enjoy "playing" with them. Who says learning has to be boring.

4. Using the round velcro pieces, attach the soft velcro to the larger pieces.  Attach the harder of the velcro to the small picture pieces.

5. Organize your pieces in a small container.

This brightly colored photo organizer from Michaels is perfect ~ she's created all of her monthly task boxes to fit inside of these.  Other containers or even Ziploc baggies would work.

6. Give a brief description of how to "play" with these and then let your children go to work.  They'll enjoy the brightly colored clip art photos.

 

AGE:  preschool, Kindergarten, special education

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2 Comments

    • how2playtoday
      August 18, 2017 / 9:27 am

      Katie, thanks for the link to the organizer from Amazon! I do love those… Happy creating!

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