Dating - Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships: Special Education and Life Skills
| Life Skills | Special Education | Dating | Relationships | Healthy | Unhealthy | After years of trying to find a suitable unit to address the social dynamics of relationships, dating, and sex education in a realistic manner, I decided to create this to fill a major void in my classroom. This is ...
VOCATIONAL TASK Build a Breakfast
VOCATIONAL TASK Build a Breakfast is a real image food task to help students learn a realistic skill of fast food customer service. Students will use the visual image task cards to build 12 different breakfast sandwiches in the order shown on each of the 12 cards. The real images give the student...
Financial Literacy Word Wall
I loved teaching Consumer Math. There's something so empowering about knowing how to work with percentages, how to budget and what all that fancy-sounding financial language means. Teaching teens about personal finance was even empowering to me. It made me feel I was giving my students the tools they needed to avoid being taken advantage of financially, which can happen to any of us. In this post I want to show the parts of a new math word wall I made to support a financial literacy…
Establishing the Special Education Schedule with Centers
I've gathered up all my posts about creating the classroom schedule in special education and shared my process and ideas about the use of centers.
All About Food Bundle (Nutrition, Measuring and More!)
This is a bundle of 17 of my activities all about food. 1. Food groups cut and paste - Find pictures in magazines 2. 10 Good Health Habits (2 pages) 3. Food Groups - Plan a well balanced menu for one day 4. Food Storage 5. Food Group Challenge 6. Alphabet Food Find - List foods that start with ea...
Grocery Store Life Skills Worksheets - Special Education and Autism Resource
These life skills activities will give your special education students practice with basic skills they need for independence in their community. Put these no prep tasks in your independent work stations before a community trip to the grocery store to practice skills like dollar up, more or less, re...
18 Old-Fashioned Life Skills Every Kid Should Know
When raising our kids it can be easy to just do it ourselves, but when we do that we forget to teach our kids old-fashioned skills they should learn.
Life Skills and Social Skills Activities & Ideas for Special Education
Note: This blog post contains resources from our TpT store and our Amazon Associate store. -------------------------------------------- Get the Job...Keep the Job! This video helps students see the right and wrong ways to act in an interview. -------------------------------------------- Here are several classroom game ideas that I found on Pinterest. They focus and teamwork and collaboration. Click here. -------------------------------------------- Grocery Shopping in the Community…
Washing Dishes Visual Cue
This poster is a visual cue for those students who need support with the functional task of washing dishes. Print, laminate, and hang by the sink in your classroom. ...
Workbasket Wednesday! - Simply Special Ed
Workbasket Wednesday! - See how this special education teacher teaches various life skills in her elementary sped classroom. You'll learn more about utensil matching, letter sorting, and 1 to 1 correspondence. These activities and ideas can be used with early childhood, elementary, middle school, or high school students. Click through now to see how to adapt this to best fit your students' needs.
Life Skills - Microwave, Oven & Stove Practice Sheets
There are 9 pages in total. 3 cut and paste worksheets and 6 almost identical pages that can be used to cut and laminate for an activity center task. The preview pictures shown are the cut and paste worksheets. The addtional sheets have an extra added row at the bottom and the answer dials on anothe...
Fast Food Life Skills Worksheets - Special Education and Autism Resource
These life skills worksheets will give your special education students practice with basic skills they need for community independence. Put these no prep tasks in your work stations before a community based instruction trip to a fast food restaurant.
How to Write Emails - Supports + Writing Prompts for Special Ed Students
Writing emails is both an important life skill and great way to incorporate both technology and social skills in the classroom; however, many students struggle with knowing what to write in an email. This product will give your students the supports they need in order to write AND reply to emails. All while incorporating typing skills in a functional way.
Colors and Patterns Busy Bag for Preschoolers
For this Colors and Patterns Busy Bag, children will practice identifying colors and creating patterns using simple materials