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FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities Social Lessons

FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
FARTING Children with Autism &/or Learning Disabilities   Social Lessons
Product Description
NO THIS IS NOT A JOKE!!!
I apologize if this is offensive to anyone. . .
Those of you who work with Boys in the secondary grades with ASD and Learning Disabilities LOVE this topic and many times lack the social maturity to be appropriate and sensitive to others.

This topic is entertaining and funny for just about every child and teenager (and many adults). There usually comes a time when adolescents recognize when this topic is more appropriate or more accepted to talk about and/or joke about than others. For students with learning disabilities, this social maturity can be very delayed. I created this lesson for a specific group of boys who find great enjoyment out of discussing “farting”, demonstrating the action and making jokes about “farting”. Each classroom like this has it’s own unique needs with regards to teaching social skills and social appropriateness. Fortunately (with a sarcastic grin), I get to talk about. . . . Farting.

This Packet Includes::

Suggestions on how to structure and initiate the activity. .
Body Functions Activity:
**Students find and match the cause
and effect of specific body functions
**These include: Breathing, Blinking, Burping, Yawning, Eating, Pooping, Farting/Passing Gas
**This activity has cards for function, cause and effect

Fart Fact Sheet addressing “Why they Stink”, “Why they can be loud” and “Why do they come out of your bottom.”

“Accident” or “On Purpose” Categorization Activity: On a bingo-like board are scenarios and the students have to determine if it is something done on accident or on purpose. Blank form included if you want to add or alter the activity

How Would you Feel Activity:
Situation Cards for the students to discuss and talk about the feelings involved

The Best Choice Activity
Students match a situation with the most appropriate reaction. Blank form included.

The Bodily Functions Activity is a great science /health lesson about how the body works!

Thanks for checking it out!

Total Pages
21 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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