SOCIAL SKILLS Task Cards APPROPRIATE SHARING for Middle/High School AUTISM TASK BOX FILLER

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SOCIAL SKILLS Task Cards APPROPRIATE SHARING for Middle/High School AUTISM TASK BOX FILLER
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Task cards for social skills and life skills to distinguish between appropriate and inappropriate sharing. This "Task Box Filler" set is geared for middle school, high school students, and young adults with autism and special learning needs.

With a variety of 44 real life picture task card activities to help students understand things that are appropriate to share with someone, and things that are not okay to share. This “Task Box Filler” set has pictures and situations which mainly reflect scenarios for middle, high school students, as well as young adults.

Simple set up, just print and laminate (NO velcro needed) and align to your student’s IEP Goals and writing standards.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

• 44 Task Cards to help determine what can be shared appropriately and what cannot be shared
• A sample of topics included: sharing prescription medicine/sharing eyeglasses/sharing a toothbrush/sharing groceries/sharing a pencil/sharing shampoo with A TOTAL OF 44 QUESTIONS INCLUDED
• Suggested responses for teacher to provide to students
• Suggested IEP Goal for Special Education students
• Print this entire activity on white card stock paper and laminate.


SUGGESTED IEP GOALS For Special Education Students:

Given a picture and a question about whether it is okay or not okay to share something a part of a social scenario emphasizing appropriateness of sharing the object or action, STUDENT will provide a response (up to 5 words/one complete sentence/yes or no answer/yes or no with follow-up response to explain thought process), as measured in 4 out of 5 trials, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.


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Given a picture and a question about whether it is okay or not okay to share something a part of a social scenario emphasizing appropriateness of sharing the object or action, STUDENT will provide a response (up to 5 words/one complete sentence/yes or no answer/yes or no with follow-up response to explain thought process), as measured in 4 out of 5 trials, with 80% accuracy, by MONTH, YEAR.