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The Lemonade Lesson: Problem-Solving Class Activity
This lesson can be used as a class lesson or with a group! Help students practice problem-solving independently with this interactive lesson. Students will read The Story of Lucy Lemon which explains and simplifies the meaning of making "lemonade out of lemons." Then, they will work in groups to

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executive function adult child plan vacation make list functional problem solve
Great executive function exercise that is functional. A short scenario is given and the client must provide items that need to be packed for each vacation. Help client determine what clothes they would pack during certain types of weather or different types of location. Relate this activity to real
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Temporal and Sequencing Events for Speech Language Therapy - Level I
50 Temporal and sequencing of events questions for middle school, high school and adult speech-language therapy patients. Great for TBI, ELL, and aphasia! If you liked this worksheet please leave feedback and check my other item, Temporal and Sequencing Events for Speech Language Therapy Level II
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AP / General Psychology Crossword Bundle (35 Puzzles!)
These high school (AP or general) psychology crosswords make wonderful vocabulary reviews for students. With 35 puzzles, this bundle gets more bang for your buck, and highlights vocabulary that is necessary for AP success! You will get NINE volumes of puzzles: Volume 1-History and Statistics1) Histo
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Life Skills: Reading a Menu
I'm a huge proponent of functional therapy tools when working with the adult population to improve participation and help relate tasks to personal experiences. Restaurant menus are full of language and can be adapted to target a variety of cognitive-linguistic goals: 1. Categorization: naming food
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