Arctic-Rainforest Animal Habitat/Clothespin Task/Cut & Paste/Sorting for Autism

Created By: Inspired by Evan Autism Resources
Arctic-Rainforest Animal Habitat/Clothespin Task/Cut & Paste/Sorting for Autism
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Arctic-Rainforest Animal Habitat/Clothespin Task/Cut & Paste/Sorting for Autism:
Simply cut out each of the arctic and rainforest cards. Laminate each card. Cut out and laminate the "yes" and "no" tags. Apply tags to clothespins or use as answer tokens. This will allow the student to decide whether the living thing lives either in the arctic or rainforest. Also provided is a sorting board where the student can independently sort animals into piles. Blank picture square pages are provided for a possible cut and paste/matching task. Yes/No prompts are placed on the blank picture square pages to help student learn the proper habitat.

Arctic-Rainforest Animal Habitats for Autism by Inspired by Evan

Given a picture of a living animal and a choice of two locations, STUDENT will identify where the animal lives by providing a "yes" or "no" response, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.