Chicken Shack is a vocational task for students to learn a job skill of filling customer orders.
Included are 10 computer screen orders with the food items to match each of the 10 screens. There is a box image to create folding to go boxes (envelope style) to house the food items until all ten orders are matched.
For nonverbal students, there are 10 visual order cards for the student to match the same items as seen on each of the 10 cards.
To follow there are math worksheets for the student to write in the amounts of each item by using the menu pages to find the cost and add the order. As a bonus, there is a write in section for student to create their own order, write in cost of items, write subtotal and then figure in tax (will need to have student research your area tax or let them know what the percent is) and find the total amount of order.
Great for vocational time, math station, job skills, and matching task
Given a life skills vocational work task, STUDENT will read or match the items (food or object) to fulfill a customer order, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.