Shoebox task made up of a laminated box with eight colored wooden blocks that are each fixed to the top of the box by a piece of Velcro. A square opening is located to the right, where each block is to be inserted.
Shoebox task made up of a laminated box with 14 plastic coins that are distributed on two of the sides and that are each fixed by a piece of Velcro. A slot is located in the center, where each coin is to be inserted.
A handmade educational task made up of a laminated box with a photograph of a panda at the front and 14 tokens with photographs of bamboo that are attached by Velcro, along three of the sides. A slot is located at the "panda's mouth", where each piece of "bamboo" is to be inserted.
Shoebox task made up of a laminated box with a vertical slot at the top left and a small square opening at the top right. There are six green tokens and six green rods to insert into the appropriate opening. This activity is suitable across the lifespan.
Shoebox Task with a laminated box that has a plastic container inserted at the left and a wooden dowel inserted upright at the center right. There are six coloured plastic beads to thread onto the stick.
Task with a plastic container attached to a corrugated plastic base at the left and nine small cardboard boxes, attached at the right. Nine lids are provided in order to secure one onto each box.
Shoebox Task made up of an open box with laminated strips that contour the inner and outer top edges of the box. The strip has alternating blue, red, yellow and green squares. There are 12 coloured clothespins which are to be clipped onto to the section of the box with the corresponding colour.
Laminated box with a red cord that spans the box horizontally, enters a hole one each outer edge and is knotted on the inside. There are five laminated cards that each have a photograph of a different piece of clothing, five wooden clothespins and two small clear containers that are provided. This task can be completed in one of two manners. The first and easier version is to present the cards attached by the clothespins to the rope. The goal is to remove each card and clothespin. The second and more difficult version is to take a card and a clothespin from their respective containers and to secure them both to the rope.
Shoebox Task made up of a laminated box with ten photographs of different fruit (apple, raspberry, kiwi, cherries, peach, raspberry, banana, watermelon, pear, orange and strawberry) that span four of the sides. There are ten laminated card stock coloured photographs that are to be placed on the corresponding photograph on the box. The Velcro at the back each card and at the center of each fruit on the box helps to keep the cards secured once associated.
Shoebox Task made up of a plastic corrugated board base with a plastic container that is attached at the left and four rectangular wooden blocks with the left half of an image that are attached at the right. Four rectangular blocks with the right side of each image (tree, star raindrop and heart) are located in the plastic container and are to be placed in the blank space to the right of the corresponding half image on the base. The Velcro at the back of each block and on the board helps to keep the wooden pieces secured once associated.
A duo-tang task made up of a nine sleeve card protector sheet that has an photograph of a different doughnut taped to the back of each pocket. There is a set of nine cards with the same photographs that are stored within the small envelope at the left. These cards are to be inserted into the pocket with the identical photograph, on the right. There is a yellow tab located at the top of every pocket as an aid to pry them open. The Velcro on the envelope keeps the cards secured when the task is not in use. This task presents an increased challenge when associating as the photographs of the dougnuts are similar.
A handmade educational task made up of a plastic duotang with a laminated envelope attached by Velcro at the left and a plastic coin storage sheet, at the right. The sheet is made up of 20 pockets that each have a different numerical value in decimal form, at the front. The small white tabs at the top of the pockets serve as an aid to pry them open. There are 20 plastic coins to insert into the section with the corresponding value.