All About Emergencies {Unit for Special Education} – The Autism Helper

All About Emergencies {Unit for Special Education}

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This unit helps teach children about what to do in an emergency. This is a critical life skill that needs to be directly taught in a way that is visual, understandable, and interactive. This unit teaches what an emergency is, emphasizes discriminating between emergencies and non-emergencies, what to do in an emergency, and how to call 911.

Here is what's included:
- Emergency or Not? Visual Flashcard Game
- 4 Visual Fill-In Worksheets
- 10 What Should You Do? Writing Activities
- 4 Cut & Paste Sorting Emergency or Not Activities
- 7 creative writing worksheets
- 6 Visual Poster (instructional and definitions)
- 5 911 Role Playing Scripts with 911 Rules

Great for children with autism or special needs - these materials are hands on and easy to understand! Materials for a variety of types of learners included! 

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Loved it!

Used it to supplement some ABA goals and homeschooling around emergency protocol learning. Love the role plays/911 call scripts for practice - would give it 5 stars if it was type free but I'm a stickler English teacher at heart.

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