Many students with disabilities have difficulty learning their home address and other personal information, which is a very important life skill. This activity will allow students to memorize their address by allowing them to reorganize the pieces of information included in their home address and the order that they belong in. Before students can be expected to write their home address from memory, they need to commit it to their visual memory first, which is exactly what this activity is designed to do. Instructions for setting up the activity are included and can be seen in the resource thumbnails. For repeated use, I recommend laminating for durability ad the use of velcro dots so that pieces do not get lost and it's easy for students to attach. Laminating this onto a file folder is also another option. This resource is editable so that you can insert the information for each of your students!