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- 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. They provide multiple opportunities to learn and practice l$25.20$31.50Save $6.30
If you are supporting students with poor executive function skills for organizing what they need for a task and getting organized, this resource will help for those routine, daily living tasks. Making associations between tasks and objects needed is a crucial language and life skill. Making sure you have everything you need to complete a task is an important part of daily living skills. Help students learn the names of actions and objects needed for specific tasks in specified locations.
This is an activity I have used for a long time with both kids and adults in residential schools or homes, and it has also been used in public and nonpublic schools.
* a file folder-type activity component with tasks in their appropriate room and items needed (pages 4-10), and
* 10 independent task cards with response pictures (pages 11-15)
* 32 game cards asking what is needed for a task, listing items and asking what the task is, and listing items or activities and asking where one would be (pages 16-23)
* game board and spinner.
Please note: SymbolStix have been replaced by SmartySymbols on all cards.