Breezy Special Ed: Stocking Task (aka Matching but with a Work Skill twist)

Stocking Task (aka Matching but with a Work Skill twist)

Fast Food Employee is a vocational task that shows students how to put together food orders. Studenst will follow orders with the use of visual aids when preparing them. As shown in preview, the student will take one order at a time and build the sandwich indicated along with packing the sides in the containers. To increase fine motor skills you can provide a set of tongs or tweezers to place the sides in each container.

VOCATIONAL TASK Fast Food Employee

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