Survival Signs Worksheets
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This collection of worksheets, developed by PCI's Janie Haugen-McLane, gives individuals written practice in learning the functional meaning of important signage at home, at work, and in the community. The easy-to-follow worksheets feature large, detailed illustrations of the signs to help participants with limited reading skills.
The 200 reproducible blackline masters are a perfect "hands-on" complement to the entire Survival Signs Curriculum, sold separately. Effective with students of all ages, the worksheet format helps visual learners, and those with limited reading and/or comprehension skills, learn to recognize the picture symbols and the written words on signs.
Divided into two tabbed sections, the sturdy three-ring binder contains the worksheets that cover the signs in groups of five. As participants become familiar with the first group, additional signs are added to the worksheet program. After 10 signs have been covered, review worksheets mix the survival signs for more challenging practice. This process is continued until all 80 signs have been taught and reviewed.
The worksheet formats help participants learn to recognize both the international symbols and/or the written words on the survival signs. Participants are asked to perform tasks such as Match the Sign, Circle the Sign, Circle the Word, and Complete the Sign. Focusing on the picture symbols helps visual learners and individuals with little or no reading skills understand the meaning of signs when in the community.
Complete instructions on "Getting Started" take teachers through a simple step-by-step process for getting the most out of the materials. An Answer Key is also included.
Indoor Signs Worksheets
This set assists individuals in recognizing survival signs they need to know when choosing a restroom, determining wheelchair accessibility of a building, entering or leaving a store, using stairs or elevators, approaching a wet floor, exiting a building during a fire drill or actual fire, locating a water fountain, using the escalator at a hotel, and more.
Accessible To Persons with Physical Disabilities; Ask for Restroom Key; Automatic Door Caution; Closed; Do Not Touch; Elevator; Escalator; Exit; Fire Extinguisher; First Aid; Flammable Danger; Food; Guide Dogs Allowed; Hard Hat Area; In and Out; In Case of Fire Use Stairs; Keep Out; Men's Restroom Accessible to Males with Physical Disabilities; No Alcohol or Drugs; No Food or Drinks; No Pets; No Smoking; No Weapons; Not an Exit; Open; Out of Order; Poison; Recycle; Restroom; Shoplifters Will be Prosecuted; Slippery When Wet Caution; Smoking Area; Stairs; Waiting Area; Wash Hands Before Returning to Work; Watch Your Step; Water Fountain; Wet Floor Caution; Wet Paint; Women's Restroom Accessible to Females with Physical Disabilities.
Outdoor Signs Worksheets
This set assists individuals in recognizing survival signs they need to know when walking in their neighborhood or community, helping the driver of a vehicle watch for directional signs, crossing parking lots, walking to a bus stop, walking to school, and riding a bicycle.
Airport; Beware of Dog; Bike Route; Buckle Up for Safety; Bus Stop; Call 911Emergency; Do Not Enter; Don't Walk; Fire Station; Flood Gauge; High Voltage Danger; Hospital; Keep Off the Grass; Neighborhood Crime Watch; No Bicycles; No Diving; No Parking; No Swimming; No Trespassing; Phone; Picnic Area; Pitch In!; Railroad Crossing; Reserved Parking for Persons with Physical Disabilities; School Crossing (Xing); School Crossing Some Students Have Hearing Impairments; School Zone 20 M.P.H.; Signal Ahead; Slow Children at Play; Speed Limit 30 M.P.H.; Stop; Stop Ahead; Street Crossing for Persons with Physical Disabilities; Walk; Wrong Way; Yield; Yield Ahead.