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Life Skills and Social Skills Activities & Ideas for Special Education
Visit this teacher blog for FREE activities and ideas for teaching life skills to students with autism and special education needs. Activities include reading a recipe, counting money, financial literacy, telling time, fire safety and more.
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.
Fast Food Life Skills Worksheets - Life Skills Special Education Activities
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.
Grocery Store Life Skills Worksheets - Life Skills Special Education Activities
These life skills worksheets are perfect for independent work stations in special education classrooms. Can be used in middle school and high school life skills classrooms to practice community skills required for grocery shopping. Life skills activities play a huge role in the curriculum for students with special needs. Use these printable worksheets to practice skills like dollar up, reading a receipt, shopping from a list, finding food in the aisles and much more!