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A complete set of 6 file folder activities for special education focusing on reading functional food and supermarket signs. Students will enjoy the real-life pictures as they "shop" each aisle! "Aisles" included are: * Aisle 1 - Bakery * Aisle 2 - Deli * Aisle 3 - Fresh Vegetables * Aisle 4 - Fres
Differentiated Digital Independent Work task box activity where students can practice identifying what category the groceries belong in: Chips, Baking Supplies, Dairy, & Produce. | Life Skills | Vocational | Food | Functional Reading | Remote Learning | Distance Learning |This comes with:Drag &a
Differentiated Digital Independent Work task box activity where students can practice identifying what category the groceries belong in: Chips, Baking Supplies, Dairy, & Produce.| Functional Skills | Independent Living | Life Skills | Grocery Store | Food | CBI | Community Based Instruction | Re
Life Skills Grocery Shopping: Learning How to Bag and Sort GroceriesI was at a grocery store one day when the idea hit me - many of my life skills students would not know how to correctly bag and sort groceries. Things like putting meat and fruits together are a big no-no for most, but this is a ski
Is it living?! Have your kids EXPLORE this concept themselves through videos using QR codes, photograph sorts and virtual field trips to practice identifying living organisms! Students will watch videos to learn the "rules" of what makes a living thing LIVING. They will practice sorting using ite
2 sets of visual flashcards (174 flashcards each) to practice matching, sorting, identifying, vocabulary, word wall themes and more. Easy to set up activities for work task bins or a small group lesson. Also includes 16 category cards for sorting.Flashcards:Tomato, avocado, butter, coffee, spinach
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PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
These task cards give students practice sorting groceries between the refrigerator, freezer or cabinet. Perfect for life skills programs or independent work stations in special education classrooms. Includes both digital and printable for double the practice!Contents:20 digital task cards on the B
A free sample of this activity is available in the Life Skills Valentine Freebie in my store.  Life Skills Valentine Print and Go Worksheets and File Folder Activities, a version that includes the black and wthie activities from this package AND color versions as well as a 4 time file folder activit
This is part of a life skills unit working on language skills needed for grocery shopping. Students sort food items into 5 different sections found in grocery stores.
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Not Grade Specific
✰Excellent Functional Skill!•Students cut out the “grocery item" pictures and sort them between the “grocery store aisle cards.” Answer key included with pictures, so teacher or student can check their work. Great to promote independence! Use as a group activity or laminate for an independent work
VIDEO PRODUCT PREVIEW: Grocery Food Sorts This product has 20 grocery food sorts tasks that can be done in multiple ways using different materials to work for the learners in your classroom. My favorite way to use them is in my work task, life skills, and work box area of my classroom. Follow me
Your students will have fun while learning to sorting groceries and laundry. You can find a version of these games with real photos here. This file contains links to access interactive task cards using Boom Learning ™. Grocery Sorting: five task cards are included, each containing 10 items to sort
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Daily Living/Life Skills: Putting Away Groceries Sorting Activity. This is a cut and paste activity OR you can laminate for continious use for years. Pictures are realistic for ease in generalization. Student will match 24 different items with the place they are stored: pantry, fridge or freezer
This activity was originally made as a work box for a life skills classroom. I created envelopes with different food categories written on the front (these correlating to what you would see in your grocery store-produce, dairy, snacks, etc.). The students would practice sorting these cards into the
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7th - 12th
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This item is included in the Big Box of Special Ed.**This item contains clip art. For a version with real pictures, click here. Your students will have fun while learning to sorting groceries. This is a short, simple game that provides a score. It was designed with special education, teletherapy,
This worksheet focuses on following written directions, sorting items, and grocery store skills. Students follow 4 written directions to practice vocational skills and functional reading comprehension. Directions are written at a 1st grade reading level. Students cut out line drawings of food object
This task is designed to get students familiar with where their food comes from in a grocery store. Students are given six departmentsDairyBakeryProduceFrozenMeatand Household itemsWithin these six "departments" students have to sort a minimum of 10 items into each department. This task is used to g
This small group or independent work activity makes it possible for students to sort pictures of different food and beverage items into 3 groups: fridge, freezer, and pantry. There is also an option to sort only refrigerated and pantry items. Printed pictures of a refrigerator, freezer, and pantry s
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Do your students struggle with independent living skills such as knowing where to put laundry? Put Away/Sort Groceries? Choose the Best Cleaning Supply for the Job?This Home Living Series focuses on ALL of these skills in a NO PREP bundle!Life Skills | CBI | Work Experience | Job Skills | Remote Le
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Drag and drop activity to practice putting groceries away in the right place, an important life skill!. Students can decide what foods go in the fridge, freezer and pantry.
Product DescriptionAre you looking for a way to reach your special needs students while you are distance learning? These fun, interactive task cards are just what you need to engage your students while they are practicing life skills. It can be used as a whole group activity, as a learning center
In this activity, students will sort items into fridge, freezer, or cabinet items. This activity is available in three different formats to best fit your students learning needs. - Google classroom drag-and-drop activity- boom cards- cut-and-paste activity
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K - 12th
Google Slide drag and drop activity for students or teachers to run themselves! This activity includes 5 aisles, Dairy, Bakery, Vegetables, Fruit, and Grocery. Each aisle has two activities, finding what doesn't belong and putting items back where they belong.
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This activity is a fun interactive way to help your students practice life skills through vocational sorting skills with these grocery store themed digital task cards for completing 4 different differentiated levels of sorting! Boom Cards™ are interactive task cards that make learning FUN. These tas

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