Task analysis is the process of breaking down a task into smaller steps for students who struggle with multi-step directions. Steps can be taught one at a time until they are mastered. With mastery of each step the student becomes more independent in his/her ability to perform the larger skill/task. These sequencing rings use task analysis with visual checklists to teach everyday life skills (see the list of specific skills taught below). *Please note that these are similar to my task analysis cards
but include even more broken down steps for each task.
Print and laminate the sequencing cards. Cut out each card on the dotted line and punch a hole in the top left corner of each card (on the dotted circle). Put cards in sequential order and clip onto a one inch (or smaller) ring. The boxes in the top right corner of each card are for you (or your student) to check off each step (or use stickers) as they complete it. Use vis-à-vis (wet erase) markers on the laminated cards.
Six Sets of Sequencing Rings are Included:
1. How to Wash Your Hands (eight steps)
2. Getting Ready for Bed (eight steps)
3. Getting Ready for School (eight steps)
4. Crossing the Street Safely (six steps)
5. How to Pack a Lunch (nine steps)
6. How to Make Jelly Toast (six steps)
You might also be interested in the following related products:
Task Analysis Cards with Visual Checklists for Life Skills
Build-A-Story Writing Center
Sequencing Sort Writing Center
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