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A picture sequencing task box activity for sequencing events first, next, and last. This TASK BOX FILLER® supports Special Education, speech therapy, and beginning readers learning to sequence events or actions.
With three pictures of objects or events showing a sequence of actions (first, next, last), students sequence and describe each picture using adjectives, verbs, and nouns, to develop speech and language skills. This TASK BOX FILLER® includes 100 task cards for TWO LEARNING LEVELS (50 color coded/50 black and white border), using color borders for students who may need the extra visual support to gain independent work skills. For those students who are able to complete a sequencing task with less prompting, use the black border picture response cards. Please watch the preview video to see how I place the picture response cards on the back of each Sequencing Board for easy storage and effortless student removal to complete the task!
Oh, not at all! Just print the pages (2 cards to a page), laminate, trim, add Velcro, and your students are ready to begin! This sequencing pictures first/next/last activity provides standards aligned skills review throughout the school year.
TO STORE THE 3 RESPONSE CARDS, flip the mounting board over and place a strip of soft-side velcro. Add hard-side velcro dots, circles, or small strips to the back of each response card and place in random order for student to remove and sort by sequence!
· 50 Task Box Filler® Activities SETS for Color Coded Sequencing for students who need the LEVEL 1 extra support
· 50 Task Box Filler® Activities SETS with black line border for LEVEL 2
· Task Box Filler Activity® Label for easy storage
· Suggested IEP Goals for Special Education students
· Print this entire activity on white card stock paper and laminate for durability that will last many years.
LEVEL 1: (High Level of Support Provided) Given TWO pictures presented in isolation, STUDENT will describe or name the object to the teacher/therapist/support professional and the change which has occurred, with prompts as needed (verbal/visual/hand-over-hand), in 4 out of 5 trials, by MONTH, YEAR.
LEVEL 2: (Less Support Provided) Given THREE pictures to sequence by progression of action, along with prompts/and/or words of encouragement…”Good job, keep going”, STUDENT will complete up to ____(# of) sequences with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
LEVEL 3: (Independent) Given THREE pictures related to a sequence of events, STUDENT will place the picture cards in the order in which the change, event, or progression of activity may occur, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.
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