Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts

Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts
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Earth Day Picture Supported Assessment and Recycling Picture sorts. Excellent for regular education students as well as special education students with significant cognitive disabilities/Intellectual Disabilities, students with Autism or lower grade level.

This is a multiple choice picture supported assessment that allows students to identify what month Earth Day is celebrated, the planet that we live on, the sign for recycle, that plastic containers are bad for our environment. Students are also asked to circle activities that they can participate in to celebrate Earth Day such as: pick up litter, plant a tree, make a bird feeder, turn off light, turn off water, ride bike to school/work, carpool and plant a garden.

Also included is a picture sort where students are able to sort 9 pictures into the categories of: Paper/Cardboard, Metal/Aluminum, Plastics, Glass and Compost. I have included a blank grid that will allow you to make this activity into a File Folder Activity and labels for each of the Categories.

Correlates with Stands of Learning:
K.10 The student will investigate and understand that materials can be reused, recycled, and conserved.
1.8 The student will investigate and understand that natural resources are
limited. Key concepts include c) recycling, reusing, and reducing consumption of natural resources.


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Symbolstix
PO Box 550
Huron, OH 44839
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11 pages
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