Originally for students with ASD and Other Related Disabilities. Children on the Spectrum have so much difficulty with fine motor. They need small increments of successful mastery to complete a task. That is why I created these sheets. Wishing your students the achievement they deserve.
The sheets use an easiest to hardest progression. ( Shape and Level follow this progression. Progression of shapes are: rectangle, triangle, chord, cylinder, teardrop, heart and circle). Mastery Criteria for each shape is two sheets with the same size and level for two consecutive days. Determining what is correct-can not cut beyond the line. The colors can be used in any order. This is to increase motivation for the students to complete the task.
Data Collection-after completion of a task, the teacher cuts the bottom of the worksheet and tapes it to a blank sheet. Continue to add each day's data section until the blank sheet is completed.
Next: Congrats! Your student/client completed Cutting Out Shapes