Special education students need to develop a strong understanding of numbers and how they relate to each other. This deep understanding will hep them learn life skills and be functional in their community. Here are some of the materials and activities we use in order to develop strong math skills in my special education classroom. These ideas are ideal for self-contained settings and students with autism.
BASIC MATH SKILLS * Functional and differentiated skill work that covers basic mathematics standards-aligned topics for grades K-3, this Basic Math Skills adapted work binder is the perfect addition to any elementary special education classroom. Includes Creating patterns, Odd and Even numbers, Skip count, 100s chart, 2D and 3D shapes, Real Life Shapes, Spatial Sense, Location words, More or Less, Greater and Less Than, Equal to, Opposites and more. Adapted Work Binders only at Mrs. D's…
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Special Education Grocery Store Activities for Functional Life Skills (autism)
Special Education Grocery Store Activities for Functional Life Skills Grocery store flyers, stores with prices, coupons, worksheets and task cards requiring functional literacy and math skills to practice finding prices, making shopping lists and adding money, as well as check writing. $14
Small Group Math Instruction In The Special Education Classroom
These ideas and blog series are perfect for small group instruction in the special education classroom Math CAN be taught in small groups to our kiddos! Check out different strategies, tips and resources for teaching math. Ideal for special education classes, life skills programs, students with autism and hands on learners.