Social skills allow us to communicate and problem solve. For students with special needs and more specifically, our friends with Autism, we need to teach them these skills.
Going to the bathroom is something we do every single day, multiple times during the day. But there is a difference between a private restroom and a public restroom. This set of sequencing skills will teach your students how to use a private restroom or a stall in a public restroom.
You can use this in two ways:
1. Give each student a blank mat and set of sorting cards. One by one, sort the cards and glue them to the sorting mat. This works great during whole group instruction.
2. Print the sorting mat and cards on cardstock and laminate. Use Velcro and create an interactive page for students to use and reuse. This works great for individual instruction or a quick social skills reminder lesson (as shown in preview).
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