The goal for many of my students is to be able to get a job one day. In order for them to be successful, it is important that they acquire some soft skills along the way such as learning how to read work schedules. Students will have a chance to practice reading simple work schedules so they get familiar with days, times, and learning how to look for meaningful information. $ Gr 2-12 | Life Skills | Special Education
These life skills units for special education classes and teens will help you teach, practice and generalize crucial life skills. Life skills lessons and activities are engaging and have a lot of visual supports to help your break down the concepts. These resources are perfect for Special education classrooms, self-contained programs, autism programs, middle school, high school and homeschoolers.
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.
These Life Skills Sequencing Activities include 5 Adapted Books, 5 accompanying worksheets, and 5 sets of visuals for task analysis. Each of the Adapted Books teaches a simple 5 or 6 sequence step life skill or daily living skill. Adapted Books Included: I Can Get Ready for School I Can Pack My Lunch I Can Wash My Hands I Can Get Ready for Bed I Can Cross the Street
Teens will learn money doesn’t grow on trees and develop real-world skills like how to read a paycheck and pay bills on time with the H&R Block Budget Challenge, a fun online simulation starting this fall. Sign up today to get your free classroom poster and lesson plans: www.hrbds.org