School Rules and Things I See in a Special Education Classroom TASK CARDS with Visual Prompts.
Students practice a variety of school rules and responses and identify objects associated with a Special Education classroom by answering, “When I see this, I will…”, as they see a real-life picture of the object or activity with these Task Cards! NO VELCRO needed!
HOW TO IMPLEMENT IN YOUR CLASSROOM:
• Use as an independent work task. Students may clip with a clothespin, mark with a thin dry erase marker, point to, or say the correct answer. This allows for ALL students to be able to participate in this activity!
• Introduce the activity during a whole group lesson (or small group) so students can easily grasp the concept. NO READING SKILLS REQUIRED!
SCHOOL RULES and OBJECTS included in this 36 real-life picture Task Card Set:
• Classroom door
• Cafeteria table
• Student chair
• Safety harness
• Study carrel
• School worker
• Walking rope
• Finished box
• Circle Time
• Visual Timer
• Lunch Tray
• Students in line
• Bounce on ball
• Therapy Putty
• Glue stick
• Visual Schedule
• Therapy swing
• Pencil sharpener
• “I am working for” card
• First/Then Board
• Drinking fountain
SUGGESTED IEP GOALS:
Given an independent work task related to objects found, or experiences in the school setting, along with a choice of two visual/word responses, STUDENT will ________ (clip/mark/point/say) the correct answer, with 80% accuracy, over a 6 week period, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP end date).
Given up to ____ (36) real-life pictures of experiences or objects commonly associated with a Special Education classroom/school setting and a choice of two visual/word responses, STUDENT will identify what is shown in the picture and provide up to three descriptive words (adjectives) about each object/experience in order to increase language skills, with 80% accuracy, over a 9 week period, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP end date).
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