Free Visual Picture Cooking Recipes: This Package Includes : 22 pages
General Comprehension Package: 3 pages per recipe
Recipe Comprehension: 4 pages per recipe
Grocery List: 2 pages per recipe
Dollar Up: 2 pages per recipe
Task Analysis: 2-3 pages per recipe
Who does not like french fries? We all do! It is a personal favourite of our families. I try really hard to stay away from the Fries but somehow they always seem to creep back into my diet :(. Niam loves his french fries. I remember a time he wanted them everyday, and as he is getting older we have been able to negotiate with him to keeping the french fries to just once a week at the movie theatre.
What I love about this recipe as almost every child loves french fries this is an amazingly motivating visual recipe to teach essential cooking skills. It is a great recipe to use at home to teach essential life skills.
Try this free visual recipe to learn essential life skills for independence. Download the free visual recipes that is suitable for your family. Great to be used as part of a homeschooling program, autism cooking class, or school education program or in a ABA program. Be Creative!
This recipe can be used in a autism cooking class, school education, ABA, ABA program. It is easy to use with free printable worksheets, all you have to do is download it. Laminate the worksheets, and you can cut out the pictures and use them as flashcards.
Use our step by step video that matches the Free Recipe to pair with your program. Use it to teach or show your child the expectation. I love the videos , they are all based on evidence from Journal Articles.
Our recipes include an easy to follow picture recipes for all children and youth based on academic research, grocery list, comprehension sheets, dollar up sheets and task analysis for the teacher or parent.
Our Visual Programs Use Colour Coded Measuring Cups and Measuring Spoons to assist those learners who are unable to distinguish between sizes. They can be found in the Able2learn Shop.
Cooking is important to learn independent daily living skills, vocational skills in culinary, reading, social skills, speech development, auditory processing, following directions, sequencing, and learning fine motor skills.
Many children including those with Autism and other developmental disabilities are visual learners. Based on numerous studies, research shows skills can be maintained when children learn through visuals in a fun and interactive environment. Our visual recipes are evidence based and will provide a foundation for your child to learn necessary independent skills that are important in life. Many school programs do not look at teaching functional skills for independence. Able2learn's visual recipes can be found in three different levels attempts to fill this gap.
Our visual recipes come with a literacy component intended to help those children who require to work on language and literacy skills. Able2learn understands parents are busy and the cost of therapists can be expensive. In our recipes, we have included a data sheet already completed for parents and teachers to use.
Did you know adults living with ASD have shockingly low independent living skills with less than 5% living on their own. 45% require 24 hour care and live with their aging parents. Less than 10% have necessary independent day-to-day household skills such as laundry, chores, and meal preparation. Our program attempts to address these staggering statistics.
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This is an excellent product. Easy to use and ready to use! Perfect for the student who is ready to start cooking for him/herself. The inclusion of worksheets to help the student plan for shopping is a huge benefit. The inclusion of a ready-to-use task analysis is an enormous time saver. Thank you for this excellent resource!!
Easy to use recipes. Lots of real life pictures. Easy to follow. Plus who doesn't love french fries!