Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards: Routines and Schedules

Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:  Routines and Schedules
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Included in this product are the task cards and discussion question strips. When using the task cards, the students can answer the questions verbally or have them use a dry erase marker to select an answer. Some task cards will have more than one answer and may not have an incorrect answer depending on what is expected of the student. (I did this because not all schools, families, or people have the same routine) Most task cards however have one correct answer. There is also a worksheet where the students can express what their routine and/or schedule will be like for them. In addition, there are task cards with a specific part of the day that the student will put into a sequential order to develop their own schedule.

The task cards can be divided into morning routine, getting ready for school, going to school, at school, after school, and bedtime.

You will use these cards over and over again every year getting your students prepared for the different routines and schedules in their day. Laminate the cards and keep them on a ring to take with you everywhere. You can also use the cards for the student to put their schedules/routines in order. This will help with sequencing and organizing their routine.

Some suggested uses for Problem Solving and Social Skills Task Cards:

Use the cards as a tool to check for their accuracy when problem solving

Use the cards to expand their description of the problem and the solution by asking them ”why” they chose their answer

Use the cards in a social skills group to enhance group discussion around a problem

Use the Discussion Strips provided to probe further and enhance the discussion. Control which student gets which discussion question by passing them out as needed.

Use the Individual Picture Cards in the back as a learning/teaching tool. Have the student pick cards and place them in the order they belong.

SLP’s can use this to carry over skills for articulation and language



Table of Contents:

Problem Solving Task Cards pgs. 4-11
Discussion Strips pgs. 12-13
Draw A Picture Worksheets pgs. 14-16
Individual Picture Cards pgs. 17-24

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