Grocery Foods File Folders | Life Skills + Special Education
This is a digital download, no physical items will be sent to you. You will see the download as either a PDF or zip file.
Students will identify, match, and sort Grocery Foods using real photos. This set of file folder activities will help students practice foundational life skills and falls under our daily living and community skills category. Laminate and place Velcro on the folders and manipulatives for repeated use. Teacher instructions are provided on how to put together the file folders.
AGES AND SUPPORT NEEDS
For younger to older students (elementary to young adult students) who need more visuals, support, and repetition before and while generalizing this skill.
IDEAS FOR USE
You can use this resource in a multitude of ways:
- Pair with IEP goals on life skills – money management, personal finance
- Life skills classroom lessons
- Small groups, centers/stations
- Individual 1:1 work to independent work
- Warm-up, exit ticket, early finishers
PROMOTING NEURODIVERSITY + FUTURE-FOCUSED WORK
We want to support you in your classroom to promote life skills that are important for preparing students for life after high school.
- Resource Walkthrough
- Printing Guidelines
- Suggestions for Use and Differentiation
Students identify and match real photos of grocery foods
Students read and match text of grocery foods
Students identify grocery foods based on image or text provided
Students sort real photos of grocery foods between the two or multiple groups based on image or text provided
Produce vs. Snacks
Canned Goods vs. Frozen Foods
Meat vs. Dairy