Adventures in Tutoring

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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Color Words

Many kids need lots of practice with colors. This is a task that is in my TEACCH system (independent work). The child matches the colored balloon to the word, and places the word in the library pocket. The version here requires the child to read. To make the task more simple, you could have them match a 3x5 card that is the same color or different hues of the same color (light red, dark red, bright red) to the library pocket. To go even easier have the child match exactly the same picture to the library pocket.
Color - Matching

2 comments:

  1. You are Clearly mentioned what you think. It easily understand to me. Thanks Personality Development

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  2. Love your suggestions! Please keep sharing....I work with deaf/hh children and am always on the lookout for new ideas to teach the same concepts!

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