First/Then boards for visual representation of the activity required first and the reward at the end

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First/Then boards for visual representation of the activity required first and the reward at the end

First/Then boards for visual representation of the activity required first and the reward at the end

Use these cards to help students see the required activity to complete as well as the reward to be earned. This "first/then" board is great for students with autism, learning disabilities and other special needs. Cut out pictures of activities and rewards and insert them into the space shown. Read the card to the student. "First worksheet, then snack" for example. Have the student make choices if possible. Limit choices to two or three options for each activity. This also is a great way to teach the concept of "first". Show the student that an activity must be completed "first" followed by a second activity. You can use as many of these strips as needed or use just one and switch out the activities. Students can remove the activity card once completed as well. So many great ways to incorporate this strip into your daily schedule!

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September 22, 2020
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