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Title: MiamiDade County Public Schools


1
ACTIVITIES FOR 11 AND 31
  • PREKINDERGATEN PROGRAM FOR ASD CHILDREN
  • MIAMI-DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS

2
Work Time
  • 11 time
  • Activities appropriate for Individual
    Instruction
  • Attending behaviors
  • Imitation skills
  • Following simple verbal commands
  • Following functional classroom directions
  • Cognitive skills
  • Receptive language skills
  • Expressive language skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Independent Work System

3
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Attending Behaviors
  • Imitation of actions-
  • clapping hands, stomping feet, tapping table,
    putting arms above head, putting arms out to
    side, rubbing hands together, touching fingers
    together, arms above head with fingers touching,
    patting hands on head, patting hands on
    shoulders, patting hands on knees, patting hands
    on stomach, patting hands on toes, standing,
    sitting, turning around, knocking on table,
    jumping, waving bye-bye, clapping hands above
    head.
  • Imitation of actions with objects-
  • tapping drum with stick, stacking a block,
    putting pencil in a cup, combing hair with comb,
    stirring with spoon, putting on hat, talking on
    telephone, eating pizza, shaking maraca, brushing
    hair, drawing with crayon on paper, opening a
    book, rolling play-doh on table, putting on
    sunglasses, putting object in container.
  • Following one-step commands-
  • clap hands, stomp feet, tap table, put
    arms up, touch head, touch shoulders, touch
    knees, touch stomach, touch toes, stand
    up, sit down, turn around, knock, jump,
    wave bye-bye, put in.
  • Following functional classroom directions-
  • Go to the door, Check schedule, Go to the
    bathroom, Come here, Wash your hands, Get
    your backpack, Throw it away, Wipe your
    mouth/nose, Hold hands.

4
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Cognitive/Matching Skills
5
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Receptive Language Skills
  • Identifying objects, pictures, photographs,
    pictures of common people,
  • drawings (Boardmaker), names in print (self,
    peers)
  • Using a variety of instructions
  • Touch the _____.
  • Point to the _____.
  • Get the _____.
  • Give me the _____.
  • Show me the _____.
  • Pick up the _____.
  • Where is the _____.
  • Do you see a _____.
  • Find the _____.

6
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Expressive Language
  • Labeling developmentally appropriate and
    functional
  • items
  • Objects
  • Pictures
  • Photographs of common people
  • Drawings (Boardmaker)
  • Names in print (self, peers)
  • Use the Sd Its a __________. The teacher
    should hesitate,
  • waitingfor a response from the child, and then
    the correct response
  • should be modeled by the teacher.

7
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Fine-Motor Skills
  • Holding and releasing objects-
  • Activity hold and release different objects
    varying in size, shape and firmness into a box
    with no lid.
  • Putting objects into a hole in a box or
    container-
  • Activity put a variety of objects into a hole
    cut in the top of a shoe box or container. e.g.,
    clothespins, large buttons, small blocks, empty
    thread spools, beads, marbles, small balls, small
    animals, vehicles, play food items.
  • Taking off/apart-
  • Activity take off rings from a ring stack,
    take off beads from a string or shoelace already
    strung, take apart a series of pop beads, take
    apart a set of legos stacked together, take off
    blocks fastened with velcro to a box lid, take
    apart linking cubes already linked together, take
    apart star builders already fastened together,
    taking apart tinker toys already linked together.
  • Puzzles-
  • Activity Put in pieces of puzzle. Start with
    putting one piece in. (Leave all the other pieces
    in.) Take the piece out, but next to the correct
    space. Next, take the piece all the way out and
    hand him the piece. Point to the correct space
    and say, Put in _car . Then take one more
    piece out at a time until all pieces are out and
    he can put them all back in the correct space.

8
Activities appropriate for Individual
Instruction Fine-Motor Skills
  • Putting together- stacking blocks, stacking
    legos, putting together tinker toys,
  • Activity putting together star builders,
    putting together pop beads, stringing beads,
    putting
  • together linking cubes, putting pegs in peg
    board.
  • Using writing materials-
  • Activity holding crayon, scribbling on paper,
    tracing using stencils, imitating strokes.
  • Use magna doodle toy to reinforce using models
    and social interaction. The teacher models a
    stroke/shape, then the child has a turn to
    imitate the stroke or shape.
  • Different types of writing/drawing materials
  • crayons
  • markers
  • pens
  • pencils
  • chalk
  • colored pencils
  • Using scissors-
  • Activity holding scissors, snipping paper,
    cutting on a line, cutting out shapes.
  • Tearing paper-
  • Activity Tear strips of paper into small
    pieces, tear different sized paper into smaller
    pieces.

9
11 ACTIVITY
10
11 ACTIVITY
11
11 AREA
12
11 AREA
13
  • 31 Time
  • Activity during work time with 3 children and 1
  • adult.
  • Usually at the blue rectangle table in the art
    area,
  • or can be at another table designated for 31
    time.
  • 31 activities are cognitive, language,
    fine-motor,
  • social activities that extend from
  • goals/benchmarks being taught in 11 time.

14
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Sorting-
  • By shape
  • By color (color bear family, wooden blocks,
    crayons, etc…)
  • By category animals, food, transportation
    vehicles, clothes, furniture.
  • By objects all trees, all apples, all cars.

15
  • 31 time activities
  • Fine-motor-
  • Building with Legos stacking, building from a
    model (jig)
  • Building with small wooden blocks stacking,
    building from a model (jig)
  • Linking cubes
  • Tinker toys
  • Gears
  • Peg boards
  • Stringing beads/Lacing cards

16
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Fine-motor- (Pre-writing)
  • Scribbling
  • Imitating strokes using models (Magna Doodle)
  • Tracing using stencils
  • Writing using models
  • Types of writing materials
  • crayons markers
  • pens pencils
  • chalk colored pencils

17
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Fine-motor- (cutting)
  • Tearing paper
  • Snipping paper
  • Cutting on a line
  • Cutting out shapes

18
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Functional Play Skills
  • Baby Doll Play feeding baby, dressing baby,
    washing baby, diapering baby, combing/brushing
    hair. Imitation.
  • Animals receptive/expressive identification,
    making houses for the animals, making animal
    sounds, moving animals in appropriate ways
    (walking, flying, swimming, jumping) Imitation.
  • Transportation Vehicles receptive/expresssive
    identification of vehicles, moving vehicles
    (driving,flying), matching to appropriate
    structures (tractor- farm, airplane- airport,
    car- garage) Imitation.

19
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Functional Play Skills-
  • Doll House receptive/expressive identification
    of people, furniture, rooms of house, appropriate
    use of furniture (bed- sleep, table- eat, chair-
    sit), placing furniture in house (bed in bedroom,
    stove in kitchen, toilet in bathroom), role play
    with people. Imitation.
  • Cooking receptive/expressive identification of
    names of dishes/silverware, setting table,
    passing out dishes, drinking/eating, stirring,
    pouring, spreading. Imitation.

20
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Cognitive Skills-
  • Shape sorters (Geoshapes toy)
  • Puzzles
  • Counting skills 1-1 correspondence, recognizing
    numbers, quantity of objects (Give me 2 apples.
  • Shoe Box Tasks
  • Number peg boards, Counting birthday cakes

21
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Simple Put-in Tasks
  • In coffee cans, containers, boxes
  • Marbles
  • Beads
  • Poker chips
  • Blocks
  • Pom poms
  • Clothes pins
  • Balls

22
  • 31 Time
  • 31 time activities
  • Social Skills-
  • Getting another childs attention- (Tap on
    shoulder, Look at them, Say their name.)
  • Sharing an object- (Here.)
  • Giving object to another person. Give the block
    to Andy. Roll the ball to Susan. Drive the
    car to Emily.
  • Share puzzle board and puzzle pieces. Put the
    cow in Joeys puzzle. (Pass out pieces of
    puzzle and have children share board to put
    pieces in.)
  • Give High Five/Ten, Hug, Hand shake, Pinky
    Shake, to another child.
  • Touch _______s head, hand, arm, ears, nose, etc…

23
31 ACTIVITY
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31 ACTIVITY
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