Summer TEACCH tasks contains 4 folder activities for you to use within your classroom with your pupils with Autism.
The activities include:
Colour sorting (2 levels - one word match, one solely colour matching)
Sorting objects into categories of 'one' and 'lots'
Matching a beach holiday scene
When creating this resource, you will need to print it and cut out the instructed parts. Laminate, cut and add velcro. You can then add this into a folder or put it into a tray.
TEACCH is an effective system for pupils with Autism. The structure allows pupils to work independently and master a skill.
When using TEACCH the task to be completed is to be placed on the left hand-side - the pupil then completes the task and then places this into a finished box on the right-hand side.
I would recommend using the same tasks for the specific session for around 4 - 6 weeks depending on level. It is important to remember that when completing TEACCH it is about building independence as well as success at the task. If the pupil can complete the task easily, this then means they can concentrate on working independently and can complete several tasks without the need for staff support. If the tasks are too tricky, they will not be independent, may get up and wander or refuse to participate.
I hope this resource us useful, if you have any questions about how to use it, please just ask!