Change the Peg

Change the Peg

As I eluded to in a previous Blog Post, it is always good to vary an activity that a pupil is engaged with, otherwise you run the risk of them becoming bored with the activity, even though the activity would still be of educational benefit to them. One easy way of...
How a Peg Activity Works

How a Peg Activity Works

As I have explained in a previous Blog Post, we stumbled across the idea of using clothes pegs for work tasks while working with ASD pupils in a special ASD class attached to a mainstream school. We found that using the clothes pegs allowed certain pupils to access...
Literacy Resources

Literacy Resources

There is a variety of peg-based Literacy Resources on this website. The Peg methodology can be used to teach many aspects of literacy including comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, language and phonics. The embedded video below gives a small flavour of some of the...
Fine Motor Peg Activity

Fine Motor Peg Activity

Using pegs for fine motor activities is a great way for the development of muscle control in a small child’s hands. You can create many fine motor activities using pegs that don’t cost a lot of money – this is one such activity. In our ASD unit, we...
Pegs of Different Colour

Pegs of Different Colour

Like all of us, pupils will get fed up and bored using the exact same type and colour of pegs with all of your peg resources. It is good practice to change things up a little every now and again and this change will give added interest to the SEN pupil. Changing the...
Storing Peg Resources

Storing Peg Resources

In my school, we have been making and creating peg-based resources for pupils in our ASD class for many years. Before long, we discovered that the storage of these resources became an issue. As the range and quantity of our peg resources increased, so too did our need...