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Money Math Task Card Bundle (special education)

This set of task cards is perfect for extra money practice and works on a variety of important money skills. I love that they can be used in TEACCH boxes, during direct instruction, or other independent work!

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Spelling With Nuts & Bolts

Nuts and Bolts Spelling Practice: build fine motor skills and practice spelling/phonics skills! This would make a fun center activity.

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Light or Heavy? Visual Task Cards for Special Education / Autism

These 28 task cards help practice the skill of knowing which items are heavy or light. Each task card has the same format: The question "Is ____ heavy or

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VOCATIONAL TASK Fast Food Employee

Fast Food Employee is a vocational task that shows students how to put together food orders. Studenst will follow orders with the use of visual aids when preparing them. As shown in preview, the student will take one order at a time and build the sandwich indicated along with packing the sides in the containers. To increase fine motor skills you can provide a set of tongs or tweezers to place the sides in each container.

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Special Education Sensory Equipment Clip Art

Special education often requires a unique set of equipment throughout the day. This clip art set is meant to assist you in creating educational materials for

Includes three interval data record forms: -15 min. intervals -30 min. intervals -1 hour intervals Great for keeping behavior data for an FBA or IEP goals.

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What Do I Need? {meal prep, life skills, independence}

Knowing how to select the necessary items needed to make a meal or a snack is an essential life skills task that is often difficult to teach in the classroom. Let's face it, these are not items we have readily available in our classrooms! I have a student that has this as an IEP goal, so in trying to figure out how I was going to teach this goal without hauling my entire kitchen into school, these cards were born.