This file contains a packet that targets critical thinking, planning, and language skills. This packet asks students to think of the items needed to complete a certain task. The materials all have a cute turtle theme! There are 60 different question cards total, 4 different practice worksheets, and 2 open-ended reinforcers. Here’s a detailed list of what is included:
What do you need? Each card asks students to list the items needed to complete a task or make something. There is also a picture of the finished product on each card. For example, “what do you need to make a snowman?” There are 20 different cards.
Which one is not used? Each card shows 3 pictures and asks which item would not be used to complete a certain task. For example, “which one is not used to wash your hands?” There are 20 different cards.
What else do you need? Each card shows a picture of one item that is needed to complete a task and asks students to generate a list of other things that are needed. For example, one card shows a picture of bread and asks “what else do you need to make toast?” There are 20 different cards.
Practice Worksheets: There are two different types of worksheets that can be used to help students list items needed to complete a task. Each one is done in black and white so that it can easily be sent home for extra practice. You can have students choose an object that is on one of the “what do you need” cards or you can have students think of their own tasks. They are leveled so that some worksheets require students to list 3 items needed for a task and some require students to think of 5 different items.
Review Worksheets: Color the items that are needed for the same task the same color. For example, color all the things that you would need to make cookies green and color all the things you would need to make a birthday card blue. There are 5 different pre-made worksheets as well as a blank worksheet so that you can make your own.
Open-Ended Dot Worksheets- There are two different dot worksheets that you can use as a reinforcer for any activity.
All graphics from www.scrappindoodles.com and www.mycutegraphics.com
Activity created by Lauren Laur, http://expresslyspeaking.wordpress.com