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Teach students vocabulary and language of routine tasks for daily living skills in the bathroom. Life skills routines are a great time to teach language and communication skills. This packet contains:
- The 4 bathroom visual scenes have pictures and text/ labels for common items. There are scenes with labels and matching scenes without labels. The latter have labels you can cut out and have students glue in.
- The vocabulary cards can be cut out with the text or without, or when cut apart separately can be used for matching. Cards can be used for a “Memory”-type game or for drill.
- Separate action pictures can be used for sequencing the morning/evening routine.
- Pictures to use as visual cues, or for sequencing steps of a task.
- An interactive book you can make for each student that uses pictures and text to tell about each item and its function. You should laminate your master copy, punch holes and put on rings, and velcro the pictures so students can place them where they belong.
- Sequencing activities for 2 ADL tasks.
- A barrier game with a bathroom scene.
- Bathroom scenes (3) with Wh- questions.
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