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Life Skills Adapted Work Binder

Life Skills Adapted Work Binder

This resource contains an adapted work folder that targets a range of different life skills for your students. ★ 20 activities included. ★ This resource also comes with 2 different levels for the grocery shopping/payment pages as well as girl/boy options for some pages. This resource comes in both spelling options of colour and color. It comes with different PDFs to suit a variety of different countries (mainly because of the coins used when purchasing food in the grocery store) This resource contains UK coins. The activities included in this folder are; ♦ Writing/Spelling name ♦ Doing the laundry Putting dirty washing and detergent into the washing machine, transferring clothes from washing machine onto the washing line, then off the washing line and into the basket ♦ Matching socks ♦ Putting items away - kitchen v garden ♦ Grocery shopping - 2 different levels Finding items on your shopping list, taking them off the shelves and into your trolley. Then paying for them at the end by choosing the correct coins from your purse. ♦ Recycling - recycle cardboard into the green bin and food into the white bin ♦ Building a face - boy and girl option ♦ Label the body ♦ Brush teeth Put pen on the teeth then rub off with toothbrush ♦ Wash face Put pen on face, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Wash hands Put pen on hands, then wipe off with baby wipes/wet cloth ♦ Dressing kids for weather - cold/hot option boy/girl option ♦ Set the table Put fork, knife, spoon and plate into correct places on the table If there are any life skills activities that you feel could be added to this folder, then please get in touch and I'll be happy to try and help you.

By nikkirobs

Market day

Market day

It is a worksheet about market day ( shops, clothes, prepositions, pronunciation). Vocabulary related to Market Day. Also it includes two activities about articles,hope you´ll find it useful .

By Olynj

AT THE GREENGROCER´S

AT THE GREENGROCER´S

At the Greengrocer´s - What can you buy there? It´s a role play where students have to buy food.It is useful for practicing the dialogue.

By Olynj

At the Clothes Shop

At the Clothes Shop

At the Clothes Shop - What can you buy there? Worksheet with useful expressions used at a clothes shop and two dialogues to practice the usage of the expressions. Vocabulary referring to clothes.

By Olynj

At the market

At the market

Students imagine that they are in the market. From where can they buy these things. Here students learn the types of shops and revise some vocabulary.

By Olynj

FurnitureFURNITURE FLASHCARDS

FurnitureFURNITURE FLASHCARDS

A SET OF 18 FURNITURE FLASHCARDS FOR TEACHING NEW WORDS, PLAYING MEMORY, HAPPY FAMILIES OR ANY OTHER CARD GAME (table, sofa, chair, toilet, bath, sink, bed, television, bookshelf, lamp, mirror, clock, armchair, cupboard, wardrobe, cooker, fridge, window)A SET OF 18 FURNITURE FLASHCARDS FOR TEACHING NEW WORDS, PLAYING MEMORY, HAPPY FAMILIES OR ANY OTHER CARD GAME (table, sofa, chair, toilet, bath, sink, bed, television, bookshelf, lamp, mirror, clock, armchair, cupboard, wardrobe, cooker, fridge, window)

By Olynj

Money: Euros and Cents - Presentations, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Money: Euros and Cents - Presentations, Worksheets, Activities Bundle

Everything all in one place. This money bundle includes: - PowerPoint Presentations - Flexible detailed lesson plans in Packs 1 and 2 - Lots of worksheets and activities - resources to laminate for practical activities Subjects on: - Identifying coins and learning their value - Combining amounts to make a particular value - Find different combination of coins - Solve simple problems in a practical context - addition and subtraction - learning to give change ANSWERS are provided for quick marking of students' work.

By Ro_Milli0110

Money Problem Questions, Count, Add, Subtract, Draw coins/match price tags, Worksheets -Euros/Cents

Money Problem Questions, Count, Add, Subtract, Draw coins/match price tags, Worksheets -Euros/Cents

This is an extra resource on the Euro currency coins 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, 1 euro and 2 euro coins. Aimed at: KS1 students learning about the euro/cents, EFL/ESL students The worksheets are in colour and black and white. ANSWERS are provided where appropriate. Each of the four worksheets contain a variety of tasks for students to complete on the topic of buying school stationery. Worksheet 1 - Students look at the pictures and price of each item and then work out how much two items of school supplies cost. Two questions at the bottom: Which student spent the most? Which student spent the least amount of money? Worksheet 2 - This worksheet is similar to the above except students add three items of stationery together. Worksheet 3 - Students answer 6 questions about the items, e.g. Which item is the most expensive? How much less does the eraser cost than the calculator? etc. The next task is to write the new price for each item which has risen by 10 cents. Worksheet 4 - The first task is to write the new price of the items which have risen by 20 euro cents. Second task - to add up 3 items of stationery at the new price. Worksheet 5 - Biggest Euro Sale Now On! - Students reduce the price of each item by 11 cents. They then recalculate the items of stationery bought. Additional worksheets: 1. Drawing coins to match the price tags - students use the fewest number of coins as many times as they can. 2. Add up the coins and write the total on the price tag for each object shown. Challenge: Students add up all the prices on the tags and write the total amount of money spent. File Type: Microsoft Word and PDF format Royalty free images from My Cute Graphics and Microsoft clipart

By Ro_Milli0110

Ice cream cut & stick; fine motor skills, EYFS, KS1, data, money, speaking & listening.

Ice cream cut & stick; fine motor skills, EYFS, KS1, data, money, speaking & listening.

Who wants an ice cream? I do, I do! This colourful, cut and stick resource is ready to use straight from printing. Children can choose from 5 different flavours of ice cream and 6 different toppings to create their own, unique, mouthwatering visual treat. 2 differentiated order forms allow children to simply organise data or calculate the total cost of their creation. This is also a great "talk about" resource. Why not ask the children to "tell me about your ice-cream". Scissor skills, Making choices, Speaking and listening, Role play, Organising data, Taking orders, Money and addition.

By katypic

Money: Euros and Cents, Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Activities Pack 2

Money: Euros and Cents, Presentation, Lesson Plans, Worksheets/Activities Pack 2

This resource material is for countries using the euro currency. This pack relates to euros and euro cents currency. Aimed at KS1/Kindergarten/Grade 1 and ESL/EFL students. The presentation can be used as follow-up to the first pack and builds upon the skills students have learnt previously. It still uses a step-by-step approach to teaching money but using higher value coins. This pack contains: - A comprehensive PowerPoint Presentation (53 Slides) - divided into convenient sections. 1.Reviewing coins and their values, money exchange and using the 50c, €1 and €2 coins. 2. Using €1 and €2 euro coins. Using combination of coins to equal the value of the one euro and two euro coins. 3. Using euros and cents together - this is explained in the presentation with various whole class activities 4. Giving change from €1 and € 2 euro coins. The Presentation also includes whole class activities and different strategies students can use to work out money problems. Students also learn to change, e.g. 125 cents to €1.25. - 4 Flexible Lesson Plans - contains objectives, plenaries and main lesson. PowerPoint Slides are referred to in the lesson plans. Some preparation is required: Laminate the coin sheets, coin cards and price tags for practical tasks at tables. - Worksheets Lesson 1 - Adding up combinations of euro coins (2 worksheets). At the Mall (2 worksheets) - adding two items. Extension adding three items. Lesson 2 - You will need the coin sheets or you can use plastic euro money. Students draw or use the laminated coins to work out different combination of coins that equal €1. Challenge: Different combination of coins that equal two euros. E.g. 50¢ + 20¢ + 20¢ + 10¢ = €1 Lesson 3 - Two-part money activity Worksheets (x2). Section A - students complete the table; Section B - students complete the addition sums. Lesson 4 - 2 Giving change activity. Students in groups at their table. Students take turns to pick a €1 coin card and a price label. The rest of the students in the group work out the change. Challenge: Working out change from €2. Students choose one of the yellow price labels. Worksheets are shown in the preview. File Type: PowerPoint , Word and PDF format. You may be interested in Money Pack 1 - Step by step introduction: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/money-euros-and-cents-presentations-lesson-plans-worksheets-activities-1-11633169 Hope you enjoy using this resource. Royalty free images via Microsoft clipart, www.clker.com.

By Ro_Milli0110