Are you looking for hands-on and engaging work task boxes for your autism and special education students? Do you want your students to love working on their counting, color recognition and fine motor skills? Or are you looking for a sensory and hands-on activity to add to your math centers? If you say yes to any of those questions - this birthday math activity is the perfect addition to your task boxes.
Your students will love working on their number, instruction, counting and fine motor skills with this hands-on and engaging task box activity.
-Task cards with instructions from 0-20.
-Task cards with instructions for color candles.
How to Use
-Students read - or be read - the instruction on the task card.
-Students make a cake out of play dough in a cake case - or if you’re feeling brave - use real cupcakes!
-Then, students use candles (we use real ones) and place them into the cake (fake or real) to match the instruction on the card. This could be by counting to a certain number or by color matching.
-Print out the included task cards.
-Laminate the task cards.
-Provide your students with a cupcake (fake or real) and candles (fake or real).
Your students will love working with this fun birthday math activity to work on their counting, number recognition, instruction and fine motor skills. This is also a great way for your students to work on understanding the connection between number and quantity as well as their color recognition skills.
These task cards fit perfectly into photo storage boxes - making it easy for you to stay organised and keep all the pieces together.