File Folder Game Library
File folder games are independent work activities that are contained inside a file folder. This makes use and storage easy, and creates an automatic visual support for kids: when all pieces are matched the activity is done.
There are many kinds of folder games, but I've found the best ones for most of my students to be ones where you match each piece one to one with a corresponding piece in the folder. This creates a clear visual support for what you're supposed to do and when the activity is finished.
Examples with One-to-One Correspondence:
Examples without One-to-One Correspondence:
Both kinds can be used successfully for our autistic kids and students, but all the ones I post here with be the ones with one-to-one correspondence, because the extra visual supports will allow them to work for more students.
Folder Games by Topic