Yesterday I posted about my life skills room – my hidden tucked away basement gem. I love having the extra space to give my student’s the opportunity to work on a larger variety of tasks. If you are interested in setting up any of these tasks I thought I’d take a little bit of the work out of it and give you some of my visuals! Visuals are way these tasks work and what helps my students learn these skills. I often make these visuals for parents of my students for use in the house also!
Even if you don’t have a life skills room – many of these tasks can be easily set up in the classroom! Or they may be a welcome gift to some of your parents. 🙂 All of these freebies are permanent freebies!
Visuals for the Collating Task:
Visuals for Loading Baggies with Toiletries:
Visuals for Sorting Recycling :
Visuals for Sorting Light and Dark Clothes:
Visuals for Sorting Socks:
… also as FLASH freebie (free today only!) are my Color Coded Number Task Schedule. Download it today! I use this for summer school also when I need to move classroom. It’s an easy, breezy way to set up a work task system!
Happy Friday! TGIF!!!
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