Shoebox task with any kind of card and clothespins. Cut holes in shoe box top for sorting.
Simple preschool color matching activity that will also work on fine motor skills -- pushing colored popsicle sticks into an old coffee can!
The Autism Helper - This another activity I can do with the plastic shapes game. This would be a little simpler to get the students familiar with the shapes and how to manipulate them.
Simple Math Tray for PreK-Kindergarteners to practice math skills like counting, 1:1 correspondence, and number recognition AND work on fine motor skills!
We do this on laminated pages in a binder with all of the kids in our classroom :)
Fruit or Vegetable File Folder Game (health lesson) as well as the whole food group game
Paint chips for a color matching file folder game
There are many examples of work box tasks/activities on Pinterest! The images of tasks below are ideas from colleagues in District 742 or from the Regions 5 & 7 Structured Teaching training!
Placing toys into empty wipe container ...
Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Task Box Ideas for Students with Disabilities