Hands-down one of our favorite resources - the Interactive Math Work Book Series contains 3 levels & a bundle (for those money saving lovers out there)! More of what each level includes at theautismhelper.com
Fine motor maths activity - counting using pipe cleaners and beads - my kids loved this today! This is just an image with no link to a website, but I think it would make an awesome math and fine motor center in any special education or kindergarten classroom setting. Matching quantity to numerals is a great way to build early and strong number sense.
Free Counting Money Clip Cards for Coins. Perfect activity for our students with special learning needs. Nice addition with the fine motor practice. Get this FREE resource at: http://lifeovercs.com/free-counting-money-clip-cards-coins/
Create this DIY Slider Bag calculator for a fun way to answer your math questions! Great way to put number lines at your students' fingertips. Great for students with special learning needs. Very visual and tactile. Read more at: http://www.hefty.com/handy-hints/articles/math-class-mastery/
Number/color recognition plus other fun Following Instructions activities. Great simple activity to set up for students with special needs, especially autism. There are lots of good tasks to set up to help students practice following directions. Read more at: http://www.rockabyebutterfly.com/2012/03/following-instructions.html