"Fill my plate, please!" Share in the fun as your students "read" the visual task cards and gather the "food" they need! PERFECT for readers AND non-readers alike. Your student will decide which meal, or perhaps a snack, they will put on their plate. Visual meal cards and beautifully photographed (and I mean BEAUTIFUL, you will be hungry!) real-life food complete the meal! Set the table with napkin and see what utensils are needed. My kiddos had so much fun with this activity and it is quickly becoming a class favorite. This task encourages language skill development and is an excellent resource for our ESOL (ELL) students, as well. There are extra placemats for more food fun! Some pages may have to be printed twice to double up on food items. I hope that your class enjoys this just as much as mine does!
SUGGESTED IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT:
Given a meal time (breakfast, snack, lunch dinner), picture food cards, and a task card containing pictures of food items and utensils, STUDENT will independently select the correct items in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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