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Mrs. Legore

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Laundry-whites, lights and darks

Soon you will be doing your laundry by yourself. Some people put all the laundry in one load and some people divide the laundry into groups by colors. We are going to learn how to divide our laundry into groups. The groups include whites, lights, and darks. Whites are items that can tolerate bleach. Lights are items that are light colors such as pink, tan, yellow, or other light colors. Darks are colors such as black, blue, red, or green. Darks and lights can be the same color but one is lighter in color than the other. For example, blue jeans would be a dark item and a light blue shirt would be in the light group. READ ALL THE DIRECTIONS You will be using the baskets to separate clothes Use to put the clothes in the correct basket Continue to work until all the pages are complete Check your work Push to submit When you are ready to start, push

Other, Special Education
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This task was made by Rachell Tillett and Laura Legore. Rachel is my classroom assistant.