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 answer, or mark the answer.
Expected vs. Unexpected Behavior When Having A Problem The concept in this activity is adapted from the work of Michelle Garcia-Winner, SLP. It explicitly teaches the ever important concept of Expected vs. Unexpected behavior, this time, when you are having a problem. Children enjoy making this behavior chart and also discussing the scenario cards and doing role plays. Read the social story either before or after the lesson or as needed with individual students.
Coloring Behavior Chart/ communication with parents, perfect for the busy parent that don't get a chance to pop into my classroom to look at my daily behavioral chart, have the kids at the end of the day come look for their name and color in the happy face the color they were on the chart ( blue- outstanding, green- good day, white-ready to learn, yellow- warning, red- parent contact