This unit is designed to meet the needs of active learners by increasing engagement while addressing a wide range of language goals and social skills.
Aligned to the ABLLS-R
99 total pages
Part 1: 8 Sensory-Motor Activities including ABLLS-R alignment
Part 2: Printables (80 pages)
Part one has eight engaging natural environment teaching activities. Each one includes a materials list, directions, and alignment to ABLLS-R objectives. Sensory-motor active learning stations include the following:
• Check the Skies
• Snow Flurries
• A Windy Day
• It’s raining! It’s pouring!
• Weather Words
• Season Sort
• A Sunny Day
This section contains 67 pages of weather activity printables. These activities are designed to be a quick and easy way to address ABLLS-R goals and would be great to use in discrete trial or small group instruction. They can be printed or used on an interactive, white board.
As a bonus, I have included 6 additional pages of full page weather symbols that can be used as coloring sheets or as a part of the sensory-motor activity stations.
Finally, the last seven pages contain printable weather tracing cards that can be used as a shoebox activity or made into individual student weather books.
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