February Work Tasks {Valentine's Day FREEBIE!}

Saturday, January 31, 2015 / 2 comments


Ohhhh, I think it's no secret I looove me some themed work tasks for all my classroom cuties! Not only do work tasks allow me to get my craft on, they also allow me to sneak in assessments and skills in fun ways, so my students are super pumped about getting their work on. 

I buy all my materials from Dollar Tree, Dollar General, and Target and store in my monthly bins heading up to the "holiday" and then the week or two before break em out and start creating! I like having the materials ahead of time so I can start thinking up ideas in my head of how I can incorporate them into work boxes. I also like to display them on a table during my planning so the kids see them coming in and get excited about the upcoming tasks, and then I put them away to keep that excitement going! This way, their work is almost like forbidden fruit that they can't wait to taste and they are little worker bees when they finally get a chance to "play" with the items!! SNEAKY SNEAKY! 




Put-in Tasks





Sorting by Color 



Sorting by Size


Matching Tasks


Pattern Tasks


Assembly Task 

This mailing assembly task legit melts my heart with it's cuteness! I used old blank cards from Target and the mailbox is from Dollar General. SUPER functional task for our kiddos to complete! Be sure to click on the freebie before to make your own!



Click on the picture below to grab this freebie so you can recreate this task in your own classroom!


Here's a few of the Valentine's Day Products you can grab in my shop at 20% off today through Monday, February 2nd!




Get ready for some fabulous things heading your way in February from all your favorite SPED gals! 





2 comments:

  1. I love your storage idea. I should do this.

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  2. I've only recently found you on teacherspayteachers, but oh GOSH do I love your stuff. Everything from your adapted books, work tasks, basic skills sheets. It's awesome! My kiddos love your books, too!

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