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A group of students practice activities of daily living (ADL) in the school's coffeeship by preparing a cake. They had to follow a recipie and use a variety of kitchen equipment independently

In the second set of photos, Group 6 is working on money skills. They started out with identifiying coins. Next they learned to count nickels, dimes and quarters. For fun they played a fun game called ”Penny Nickel, Dime Exchange” Finally they got a chance to practice their new knowlege by taking a trip to a local Pizza Shop and purchased a slice of pizza and a drink. They had to count the money and count their change. This was a fun trip. Learning about money is fun and delicious.

Photographers: Jessica Hurley and Melissa Reed

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