Is it ironic that I’m talking about laundry at school but I have a huge looming pile of it at home at all times?
If you’re teaching older students in Daily Living Skills Units I hope you can use these functional vocabulary units!
My ideas for Laundry instruction? Bring in your laundry for sorting and folding. I’m using a new book I made. You can purchase this unit on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Here is a quick preview: It includes a story with real pictures.
Vocabulary sheets are included at multiple levels. Pragmatics sheets, sorting, and sequencing activities are included.
You’ll also find this communication board.
I’ve also been using this app. It’s definitely created for young children. My Daily Living Skills students have been using it without complaint even though the pictures are more cartoonish. I like it for discussing the steps and vocabulary of the laundry. It also includes some coin work.
The app is currently priced at $2.99 in the iTunes store. Happy Laundry Day!
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My whole caseload is Life Skills kids! Love your Life Skills units!! …keep ’em coming!! 🙂
This was an awesome find, I teach adults with developmental disabilities our program is based on Life Skills/Functional Skills. When I cam across this I was like “WOW”!
I love these. I’m a little technology skills challenged when it comes to using Pinterest. I have a life skills class and would like to print some of these. How do I do it?
Jami Glass says
What is this app called? The link doesn’t work for me.