Hang Clothes to Dry

Getting your clothes dry is the next action that needs to happen once the washing is finished. If you are an individual with an autism spectrum disorder, an intellectual disability or ADHD you might find a task sheet to help with this beneficial. How To Hang Clothes to Dry is a step by step approach to assist you with this task. It can be downloaded with text and visuals or a text only version.


1. Check the weather

<p>1. Check the weather</p>

2. If no rain get wet clothes

<p>2. If no rain get wet clothes</p>

3. Get pegs

<p>3. Get pegs</p>

4. Go outside to clothesline

<p>4. Go outside to clothesline</p>

5. Pick up item

<p>5. Pick up item</p>

6. Take 1 peg and corner of item and peg to line

<p>6. Take 1 peg and corner of item and peg to line</p>

7. Take a 2nd peg and peg other corner

<p>7. Take a 2nd peg and peg other corner</p>

8. Socks only need 1 peg

<p>8. Socks only need 1 peg</p>

9. Continue till all items are pegged on line

<p>9. Continue till all items are pegged on line</p>

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