Struggling to teach your students the handwashing routine? Do you need an Adapted Book, posters or visual supports to help your students learn the importance of hygiene following the bathroom or toileting routine? This Adapted Book & Visuals Pack is your complete GO-TO resource to help all your students, particularly those with special needs (such as Autism or developmental delay) understand and learn the steps involved in washing their hands to stay healthy.
This Resource Includes:
1. “I CAN WASH MY HANDS” ADAPTED BOOK: Adapted Books are simple stories that have been modified in some way to make them more accessible for students. These simple stories teach social skills. This story teaches your child or students the concept of how to wash your hands throughout the day at home and school. This helps promote independence and helps YOU support your child or students. It includes:
- Spaces to personalise the story, helping your child or students to attach relevance and meaning to the story.
- Bright, colourful and age-appropriate pictures to further help your students understand the procedure hand washing.
- Separate colour and black/white versions
2. “I CAN WASH MY HANDS” Visual Schedule:
This no-prep, print and go resource is the perfect visual support for modelling the handwashing routine. Place in the bathroom near the sink, either at home, preschool or school for an instant, essential portable prompt.
3. “I CAN WASH MY HANDS” Visual Vocabulary Cue Cards:
Teach meaningful bathroom and toileting routine vocabulary with these cue cards. Great for labelling items in the bathroom or play games such as Snap to teach these functional words in a fun way!
Includes 12 different vocabulary cards, all with pictures and labels.
4. “I CAN WASH MY HANDS” BARRIER GAMES:
The perfect homework activity for parents, these barrier games teach bathroom and handwashing vocabulary as a fun, interactive game. Either match the bathroom pictures to teach simple matching skills or place the items on yourself to teach active listening.
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