Hi I have a boy in my class with ASD (mainstream Reception class) who loves tipping toys out - all over tables, all over the floor. He will not always play with them after, he just enjoys the tipping. As you can imagine in a mainstream R class this can cause a few problems as the other children in the class cannot access the provision set out on tables, it is a mess/danger hazard, and can be very difficult getting him to tidy it up. For e.g., if I have conkers for counting/adding/subtracting on the maths table, he will tip them all out and then leave the table. We've tried symbol cards, tipping construction into a tuff tray so it is more contained, he has access to water/sand where we reiterate that this is for emptying, but with no luck. I have also tried limiting items that he can tip, e.g. rather than a whole tray of counters, I will put out a small box. He is still tipping though! Any practical advice you would recommend? Thanks.