Children that can follow directions and demonstrate age appropriate social skills are more likely to succeed in school. Play Doh Pizzeria is an amazing and engaging Social Skills and Direction Following Unit for young children. Common Core Speaking and Listening Standards are reinforced through hands on activities. Kids love pizza and kids love play doh! So get out a few cans and get ready for some learning fun.
The materials in this packet were designed to be used with flexibility. There is so much variation in the abilities of preschool and kindergarten students, it can be difficult to plan centers. Additionally, many preschool classes are integrated with “typical” and “special needs” students in the same program. Kindergarten students are often mainstreamed for centers. Play Doh Pizzeria includes materials and adaptations to use with all your students from beginning readers and writers to limited language students.
Who is it for?
- Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
- Students with special needs or learning disabilities
- There are suggestions for center use and/or direct instruction. Included in this packet are the “Basics”, “Center Materials”, “Special Needs Friendly Supports” and a variety of “Assessments Materials”.