Snack Shack is a customer service and ordering task to help students practice ordering, communication, filling orders, and exchanging money by way of paying and counting back change. (Money not provided)
This task includes a color menu will real food images, 12 different snacks, ordering sheets and instructions...
IEP Goals: Given a life skills activity (filling food order), STUDENT will order, serve, and exchange payment (money) in order to complete a task, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR (IEP end date).
Body Care Kits is a product to help students learn about items used for body care as well as learning a vocational assembly task.
Students make care kits using images shown on dental care, hair care, nail care, and body care posters. Make multiple copies for your single classroom task to make multiple kits.
The labeled cards can also be used for word to object recognition and speech therapy ..
IEP Goals: Given real life pictures of items which are associated with hygiene or self-care (nail, dental, hair and body care) and placed in a sorting activity, STUDENT will determine the placement of each item in order to complete the sets with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Problem Sizes, Emotions and Reactions
Included are 2 complete lesson plans with activities, visuals, directions and suggestions for use. These lesson plans explicitly teach children to identify different sizes of problems, to think about the way they feel when experiencing the problems, and to match their emotional reactions to the size of the problems. Address over reactions and under reaction..
IEP Goals: Given a set of emotions presented in an activity which STUDENT may encounter when an interaction between peers occurs, or when a statement is made by a group or individual which may conjure or evoke an emotion, STUDENT will determine how "big" the problem is and what he/she can do to fix it, in 4 out of 5 scenarios, as measured by the "size" of the reaction, by MONTH, YEAR.
Perfect for both readers (Level 1) AND non-readers (Level 2), your students will enjoy the real-life clothing items that would most likely be sent to the Dry Cleaners. While our students practice skills on how to do their laundry, this task focuses on recognizing business clothing, sweaters, suits and jackets, etc., that may be damaged if laundered in a washing machine. Each "Dry Clean Sales ..
IEP Goals: Given a work task related to a life skill which requires reading words to match a picture, or matching picture to picture, STUDENT will independently complete the activity within an allotted amount of time, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
Easily and accurately measure high frequency behavior with this data collection tool.
Works great for measuring and demonstrating reductions in stereotypy and off task behaviors.
Multiple formats included. Each is customizable. Picture is a completed example...
This easy to use data collection tool allows you to measure student success rate. Great for tracking progress on otherwise hard to measure IEP Goals.
The thumbnail image is a completed example. The download is uncompleted and completely customizable...
A two page "Social Tale" about the benefits of learning self-control. Contains examples of "mainstream" adults that have poor self-control. I feel this tale will help the student recognize poor self-control in everyday life and be encouraged to self-regulated behavior. ..
IEP Goals: Given a short social story (about self-control) and its' consequences, STUDENT will say or write "expected" and "unexpected" scenarios, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.
Life Skills Special Education Task Cards: APPLYING FOR A JOB
This brand new Life Skills Special Education Task Card set contains 42 task cards depicting scenarios and a choice of three responses per card (one is correct/answer key included). Using visuals and real-life pictures that teens and young adults can relate to, each task card allows the student to respond verbally, point to the correct..
IEP Goals: Given real-life scenarios related to recognizing employment signs, interviewing, and accepting/declining/rejection of a job offer, STUDENT will independently choose the best solution or response to each given scenario and provide an explanation for their choice, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.