Using a lock isn’t the easiest! It can be very confusing with the different directions and the amount of times you’re required to turn the knob. One way some students have found it helpful to learn how to use their lock is by breaking it down into steps. These steps are then written down on a small piece of paper and kept in a wallet, binder, folder, etc.
This is a document meant to help individuals with ASD break down a way to memorize their locker combination and how to open it. Includes a template based on a traditional number padlock with spaces to enter in an individuals locker combination.
To complete this activity you might need:
- This template
- Your locker combination
- A pen or pencil
This download is a 2-page PDF.
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