'Instructional activities' looks at growing communication skills. These activities aim to explicitly follow instructions to achieve the task. If you are looking for unique ways to enhance your hidden skills then these tasks can help.

Making Toast

'Making Toast' is easy to do, yet there is a catch, someone has to direct you. The aim of making toast is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.

Making a Cup of Tea

Do you fancy a cup of tea, whilst being involved on an activity? The aim of making a cup of tea is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.

Making a Fire

'Making a fire' is a exciting outdoor activity suitable for young children of all abilities. The aim of making a fire is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.

Boil an Egg

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, so why not replicate that into an activity. The aim of boiling an egg is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.

Instructed Trust Walk

Trusting someone is such an important part of any relationship, which is why this activity is very important. The aim of instructed trust walks is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.

Making a Jam Sandwich

'Making a jam sandwich' is a yummy indoor/outdoor activity suitable for young children of all abilities. The aim of making a jam sandwich is to combine communication skills and the ability to explicitly instruct another group member to complete the activity.