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.
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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
This set of task cards is perfect for extra money practice and works on a variety of important money skills. I love that they can be used in TEACCH boxes, during direct instruction, or other independent work!
Around the House Math: Differentiated Life Skill Math Pack for Special Education
This interactive pocketbook includes everything you need to teach students about coins and their values! Perfect for the kindergarten or special education classroom, and breaks each coin down specifically to help students achieve mastery. Includes 2 craftivities, coin counting flip books, practice worksheets and MORE!
Special Education: Basic Skills- Math Assessments and Data Collection
Special education basic skills math assessments is a basic binder set up for assessing students on basic skills math. Each math assessment includes IEP Individual Education Plan and RTI response to Intervention suggested goals. There are data sheets included as well as binder covers and dividers for each section. you must take a closer look at this product on TpT visit Chrissie's Creations to see more details and other great products.
Morning Meeting in the special education classroom! Add language development, math, reading and letter activities into morning meeting to practice generalization of skills. Included in this blog post are strategies to use to keep students attending and participating. Perfect for the autism classroom!
Grocery Store Budgeting Unit for Special Education