This game is an active and fun way to practice motor imitation skills or to just get your kids up and moving around for a break. I have created this game in two formats. The first format is ideal for a whole class or group activity because it is in a PowerPoint presentation with full color photographs of beautiful animals in action. The second format is presented in quarter page cards. Students can take turns drawing and performing the action. This format could also be used as a group game or as a small group activity. Finally, the animal cards can be used in discrete trial or one-on-one instruction.
This product aligns to many of the objectives in the D-Motor Imitation section of the ABLLS-R. Those objectives are listed in this product.
Keywords: motor-imitation, ABLLS-R, gross motor activities, social skills, exercise, brain break, game, autism, special education, animals, motor skills, The Deane's List