Teach motor imitation, motor performance, and verb identification with Action Words (Verb) Task Cards for Students with Autism.
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These task cards are for working on identifying verbs, imitating verb actions and performing verb actions when given a verbal direction. 16 verbs included.
The cards are designed for classroom teachers who have a large number of adults working in the room. They will provide the adult working with the child a visual reminder of the activity to work on with the child. They can also be used for individuals looking to teach imitation to students with autism. The verb identification pages have 4 cards. One set with words and one set without words.
For the task card pages, each page holds two cards that can be laminated and cut in half to make two task cards -one for Motor Imitation and one for Motor Performance.
Typically, all of the motor imitation cards are taught first before moving on to the harder skill of Motor Performance.
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