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Life Skills Room

Tips & Tricks for setting up a Life Skills Room to help teach students with Autism important life skills & vocational taskts! From

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Functional Reading Task Cards: Read the Signs {Special Ed; Autism}

Great for life skills and special education classrooms, these 70 task cards focus on environmental print to read a variety of words and match them to the community signs. $


These Sorting Activities: Sorting Mats With Real Photos include 15 unique…


LOVE this coin sort for a center activity or assessment! This site has great ideas already made, ready to print out for special education students. I know it is a pre-K site, but this money sorting center would be perfect for any life skills or secondary special education task. Read more at:

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FREE Printable Life Skills Checklist for Kids

In the busy life of homeschooling it's easy to forget basic skills that every person needs. We're so busy teaching history, science, math, and grammar that

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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.


Social Skills Worksheets - Friends Repinned by urban wellness:

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Life Skills Room

Sort Light Clothes and Dark Clothes {use visual labels to help students discriminate - great life skill for children with autism}


Teaching Life Skill tools including sorting which foods go to freezer, refrigerator, cupboard etc Come to the Edge...: April 2014


Disney Pixar Inside Out inspired Teaching Emotions craft & Activities. LOVE the idea with the paint chips and words to visual for kids who need help describing how they feel. Perfect asperger's / autism tool and social skills group idea.