SKIN ISSUES - Feeling Sick l Problem Solving BUNDLE

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by Transition Abilities

Price: 530 points or $5.3 USD

Subjects: healthPhysEd,specialed,specialAdults,Special Autism,lifeSkills

Grades: 6,7,8,9,10

Description: Teach students to identify different types of skin related issues (vocabulary, how to identify different causes and ways to feel better) using real pictures with this BOOM activity! Students are prompted with a scenario about what to do if they feel a certain way, and what tool or action they can use to feel better. Skin ailments and problems are very common with teenagers and adults, and it's important for students to know how to communicate how they are feeling, and then problem solve so they can feel better! ✧ Topics Covered: - Itchy Skin - Rashes - Cold Sores - Sunburns - Acne - Dry Skin - Blisters - Chapped Skin/Lips - Razor Burn / Bumps - Chafing - Athlete's Foot - Dermatologist - Methods for feeling better (ointments, lotion, ChapStick, humidifier, etc.) - When to go to the doctor - Related Vocabulary This activity pairs well with IEP goals for special education students learning life skills, hygiene, first aid, personal safety and self-care, and was made for special education students with disabilities (autism, intellectual disabilities, down syndrome, etc.). ✧THREE LEVELS INCLUDED for a total of 100 Boom Cards Level 1: 32 questions - Field of 2 - Errorless Learning Level 2: 32 questions - Field of 2 - No Prompts Level 3: 36 questions - Multiple choice & open ended