Monday, April 1, 2013

Autism Awareness Linky Party

When I heard that Danielle at Crayonbox Learning was hosting an Autism Awareness Linky Party I just had to jump in. 

My job was to create a freebie for you.  Honestly, at first I was stumped.  Then, I thought about a former student.  She understood that blue was blue and pink was pink, but when asked to sort she wanted the items to be IDENTICAL.  With that in mind, I created a sorting activity that requires students to sort buttons that have different attributes.  The buttons are different shades (light and dark) and have either 2 or 4 holes.

If you know a student who would benefit from this activity please click here to download a copy for free. 

I linked this post up with Manic Monday freebies to remind you to head on over to check out lots of other freebies.

Classroom freebies

Danielle is having a Giveaway on her blog with lots of great resources. Click on the picture below to enter for your chance to win.

In addition to my freebie you can pick up lots more by clicking on the pictures below

Good luck!


  1. Thank you so much for sharing this fabulous free resource! I love the colored buttons and know many children who would benefit from this activity!

    Wendy :)

    1. Thanks for taking the time to leave feedback! There are so many great resources in this linky. Yours included!!!

  2. Thank you so much for this sorting activity! Colors is such a huge part of our day in my classroom, and I can never run out of ways to practice this fundamental skill :) Stop by my blog to check out all of the activities I have created. I'm your newest follower, and so glad to have linked up with you!

    The Adventures of Room 83

    1. Thanks so much for stopping by! I'm on my way over to visit you :-)

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