Missing Object Game at How we Montessori - study the objects, have the child close her eyes, remove one, and have her tell you which is missing now

Missing Object Game at How we Montessori - study the objects, have the child close her eyes, remove one, and have her tell you which is missing now

Missing Object Game - Otis naming the geometric soilds at How we Montessori June 2015

Missing Object Game - Otis naming the geometric soilds at How we Montessori June 2015

Missing Objects Game--Social skills therapy for kids with ASD from "Autism Teaching Strategies".  Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources.  Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy  for therapy resources.

Missing Objects Game--Social skills therapy for kids with ASD from "Autism Teaching Strategies". Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at http://pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.

Five Minute Montessori - Hidden Object Game

Five Minute Montessori - Hidden Object Game (how we montessori)

Shape Matching: This one is a great activity for the little ones! Two beach scenes with missing "objects" - sun, bucket, blanket...  Kids will have to match the objects with the silhouettes on the images in order to complete the whole picture.

Summer File Folder Games

Shape Matching: This one is a great activity for the little ones! Two beach scenes with missing "objects" - sun, bucket, blanket... Kids will have to match the objects with the silhouettes on the images in order to complete the whole picture.

This is a great social skills game for kids with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders.  1.  Put out 8 to 14 pieces of random junk.  2.  One player turns his back, and you remove one object.  3.  The player tries to figure out what is the "missing object."  Meanwhile, the other players compete to see who is the best at encouraging the player trying to remember.  You score these players based on how well they do, and this comprises a separate game.

This is a great social skills game for kids with Asperger's and other autism spectrum disorders. 1. Put out 8 to 14 pieces of random junk. 2. One player turns his back, and you remove one object. 3. The player tries to figure out what is the "missing object." Meanwhile, the other players compete to see who is the best at encouraging the player trying to remember. You score these players based on how well they do, and this comprises a separate game.

Create a number line 1 to 20 with this fun hands-on activity.  This activity can also be adapted to a game - fill in the missing numbers on the number line.

Create a Number Line 1 to 20

Create a number line 1 to 20 with this fun hands-on activity. This activity can also be adapted to a game - fill in the missing numbers on the number line.

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