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- Some of the best times to build receptive and expressive language skills are during routines and every day activities. These are times that are familiar to the students, that happen frequently, and that proceed in the same sequence with the same language every time.Some of our students need specific$23.00$30.75Save $7.75
Life skill activities are the perfect way to teach young students language! Many students learn language first through the repetition of life routines. This life skill activity provides 8 room examples to help students identify items by location, function, and association.
• 8 rooms are provided, plus garage and yard: living room, dining room, bathroom, bedroom, kitchen; nursery, office, laundry room.
• A wide variety of furniture and accessories are also provided.
• A life skills activity with a game board and game cards for students to practice answering questions about places in the house and to name items given function and location.
• There are also 22 "task card" type cards with 4 responses for each, to be velcro'd for independent work. Or use as a cut & paste activity.
Remember: smaller items can be cut out in squares or rectangles - no need for precision for small objects.
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