These Food Groups Sorting Mats With Real Photos include 6 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying the 5 food groups with a junk food themed bonus mat. (Please see preview photos for details.) At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting and classification activities. Sorting Fruit Sorting Vegetables Sorting Meat/Protein Sorting Grains Sorting Dairy Sorting Junk Food
These Clothing Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 9 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying the things we wear or articles of clothing. At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting mats by identifying the type of clothing on each sorting piece. Sorting Mats In This Set: Shirts Pants/Jeans Shorts Sweaters Dresses Skirts Coats Socks Shoes
These My Community Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 10 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying places in our community and where we buy things. At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting mats by identifying the things that we buy at each store or shop. For example, we buy a burger and fries from a fast food restaurant, and we buy flowers from a flower shop.
I absolutely love all these books! They are a great resource for working on language skills for my elementary students with Autism. It is amazing to see how well these support language production. The format is great and super user friendly, and these have become a daily part of our independent work stations as well.
These Community Helpers Sorting Mats w/ Real Photos include 10 unique sorting mats that focus on identifying community helpers and objects associated with them. At an independent workstation, center or language group, students complete the following sorting mats by identifying the community helper and the things associated with him or her. For example the police officer mat includes handcuffs, a police car, a flashlight, a police hat, a police vest, etc.
This community worker themed life skill math pack is great to reinforce lessons on community while adding structure to your math lessons while making sure your students get the life skill practice they need. You'll love this PRINT and GO math pack, already differentiated for three different skill levels.
In this free video, Sharon Stelzer demonstrates a full-day calendar system that she developed for a 14 year old student. Sharon talks about how the student demonstrated readiness to transition from a half day (morning or afternoon) calendar to a full day system and how the calendar system was constructed to meet the student's needs. Expand executive functioning with use of this calendar system!
Students LOVE working on life skills when they get to play games!! My special education students enjoy working on labeling and identifying function through these games. Money, daily living activities, hygiene, furniture, appliance, cooking tools and the grocery store are covered in this set. They are especially great for students with autism or other language based disabilities.