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What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports

What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
What Do I Wear Today? Clothes for the Weather--Data Collection--Progress Reports
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Everything needed to teach explicitly what to wear based on the weather. Students become familiar with typical types of clothing for cold, cool, and warm weather.

For students who need a very simplified approach, begin with only clothing for a specific type of weather. Work with the student using discrete trials to learn the items. A data collection sheet is included for this purpose.

Once these are mastered, add a distractor—a picture that obviously would not be worn. Gradually increase, until the student is able to select from a variety the clothing for the day.

Use the thermometer to indicate what temperatures in your climate are typical for certain kinds of clothing.

You can have students sort the clothing by the different weather conditions.

Use the seasons pictures to help students sort clothing and accessories for different kinds of weather.

Print two copies and play a matching game to help students learn to label the items.
Updated to include a color set of clothing.

Suggested IEP Goals

Over the course of this IEP, STUDENT will increase daily living skills of labeling clothing items from 0% to 80% accuracy over three consecutive weeks, as measured by data collection.

Over the course of this IEP, STUDENT will increase daily living skills of sorting clothing items by season/weather from 0% to 80% accuracy over three consecutive weeks, as measured by data collection.

Over the course of this IEP, STUDENT will increase daily living skills of identifying appropriate clothing to wear based on the weather from 0% to 80% accuracy over three consecutive weeks, as measured by data collection.

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