Earth Day Errorless File Folder Games Autism Centers Special Education

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This set of 10 Earth Day file folders help promote independence and errorless skill building in the special education classroom! It is meant to be used with students that are learning the very early skills of using materials in the classroom or they can be used for students that need to work on building independence!

Errorless learning in special education is a wonderful approach! It involves setting up tasks in a way that minimizes the chances of making mistakes. The idea is to guide students through activities with clear prompts and cues, ensuring success from the start.

This method helps build confidence and positive associations with learning. For instance, if you’re teaching a new skill, you might provide a high level of support initially, gradually fading it as the student becomes more proficient. The goal is to create a positive learning experience and reduce frustration.

How can you use errorless file folders for student work?

Introduction of New Concepts:

  • Use errorless file folders when introducing new concepts. This helps students focus on the correct responses, building a foundation for understanding.
  • Provide clear and step-by-step instructions within the file folder activity. Gradually fade support as the student becomes more proficient in the task.

Skill Reinforcement:

  • Design errorless folders to reinforce specific skills or learning objectives. This could include activities related to matching, sorting, sequencing, or basic concepts.


  • Tailor errorless folders to meet the individual needs and abilities of each student. This ensures that the level of difficulty is appropriate for their current skill level.

Positive Reinforcement:

  • Celebrate success! When a student completes an errorless task, provide positive reinforcement such as verbal praise, stickers, or a preferred activity. This helps create a positive association with learning.

Independence Building:

  • Gradually increase the level of independence by fading prompts and supports. This helps students develop confidence in their abilities.

Thematic Learning:

  • Create materials based on specific themes or topics to make learning more enjoyable and relevant to students.

If you use these in your classroom, make sure to tag me Full SPED Ahead on Instagram or Facebook!

As always, please contact me with any questions!
Thank you again for your purchase and download!
Heather Cacioppo

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