Academic Work Activities
Links hands-on activities to general education standards
Incorporates money, time, measurement, numeracy, sequencing and functional sight words. Activities include everything you need to set up an academically based work activity program.
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Follow basic patterns by attaching wooden clips to printed pattern cards. Three levels of difficulty feature AB, ABB, AAB and ABC patterns.
Three levels of difficulty: By the hour, by the minute and elapsed time.
Three levels of difficulty require varying weight tolerances.
Insert day-of-the-week cards into vinyl pockets to answer prepared questions. Three levels of difficulty progress from basic matching to looking up answers in an illustrated weekly planner to accommodate the various levels of problem solving.
Match and package painted wood dowels using a quality-control jig. Three lengths (with 1/8-inch tolerance) are acceptable—other sizes are rejects.
Construct magnet assemblies to match printed model cards. Three levels of difficulty require students to match the number and color of magnets and washers and whether they repel or attract.
Package coins and bills to match printed money cards. Three levels of difficulty: Coins only, $1-$10 and $1-$100.
Insert month cards into vinyl pockets to answer prepared questions. Three levels of difficulty progress from basic matching to looking up answers in an illustrated calendar.
Place color-coded pegs in a number line (0-10) to solve printed problem cards. Three levels progress from matching to add/subtract problems.
Insert shopping cards into vinyl pockets to answer prepared questions.Three levels of difficulty progress from basic sorting to completing picture/word shopping lists.