Cut the temporal cubes out and fold them on the dotted lines, then glue or tape together. For the activity, place the cubes on the direction board (laminate to last!) and the arrows on the visual prompt the child to complete the 'before' and 'after' task correctly. Enjoy!
**Teaching the concept of 'before' and 'after' can be very tricky for many children; that's why I have created this tool that includes a clear visual to help follow physical directions using the temporal concepts. I use with my students who are on the Autism Spectrum who require more structure and visual prompting to understand these concepts, and it has worked great!