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Life Skills - Medicine Safety - Special Education - Reading - Math - GOOGLE

Life Skills - Medicine Safety - Special Education - Reading - Math - GOOGLE

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Taking medicine independently is an important life skill for students to master. Since this skill is so crucial for health and safety purposes, students benefit when it is practiced in a safe and structured environment. With this set of GOOGLE SLIDES, students can simulate this experience in a manner that mirrors steps needed to do it independently on their own at home. 

This activity is specifically formatted to be used with Google Drive and is compatible with Google Classroom. Google Drive is an amazing resource that many educators are now using as an interface to support 1:1 digital instruction in the classroom. I pair it up with Google Classroom (a free website) that allows me to digitally send each student in my class a copy of the worksheets that they later submit to me for grading. With this lesson, students get to drag and drop their responses into the correct locations. It is an amazing paper-free process and the kids LOVE working on these worksheets on the computer.

Three different types of activities are practiced in this lesson. The first activity has students correctly identify a specific day on a pill organizer. The next activity has students count the correct amount of pills to put inside each compartment. The last lesson has students read a prescription label and identify how many pills go in each compartment of the pill organizer.

Make sure to download the video preview to see a sample from my actual product! 

Purchase Includes DIGITAL ACCESS To:

  • One section (with seven prompts) to have students identify the correct day of the week on a pill organizer
  • One section (with ten prompts) to have students read the directions and place the correct amount of pills in each compartment
  • One section (with six prompts) where students read the prescription label on a medicine bottle to determine how many pills need to go into each compartment


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