Anyway....I found this one book on Following Directions with Pocketcharts. I actually ordered this series through Grade 6, since this is an activity that needs to be constantly worked on in kids with Autism. We completed our activity out of it. I set up a project station at the kitchen table. I put out the patterns, decorating supplies, pencils, scissors, and glue sticks.
Now I have pocket charts, but since we have this cool bulletin board above the kitchen table for scheduling I thought I would dual purpose it. I wrote out the steps on the sentence strips (by the way...Dollar Tree is a great place to purchase these. We use them for spelling words also).
We changed the directions up a bit. We turned our snowmen into ourselves. I added the step of gluing their picture on the top of the snowman's head. I thought it was cute. I will date them and save them along with all my other precious souvenier memories.
There is lots of cut and paste activities. I highly recommend this book!!! Great fine motor and perceptions skills activities!! I look forward to incorporating an activity every week.