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# Adding Teens Plus One-Digit Numbers for Special Education and Intervention

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Common Core Standards
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These lessons are a continuation of adding numbers 0-9. Students use the same touch point patterns and follow the same steps: Say the big number, tap the dots on the smaller number, and count up!

Includes:
★ Student Booklet Cover
★ 3 Lessons on Adding Ten
★ 9 Lessons on Adding Teens + One-Digit Numbers
★ 4 Reviews
★ 4 Quizzes/Tests
★ 6 Lessons on Making Twenty Before Adding
★ 1 Review & Test
★ Flashcards (with and without touch points)
★ Board Game

✎  Each lesson is presented in model, guided practice, independent practice format.
✎  Step-by-step task analysis is included next to each model.
✎  Easy to use. Print and teach.

Students will be able to:
• Add teen numbers to one-digit numbers using the count on strategy with touch points
• Make 20 before adding (sums of 21 to 29) using ten frames

Note: This product does NOT include detailed scripted lesson plans—only the short and simple lessons as shown in the preview. Please look at the preview carefully and ask me any questions you have before you buy.

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Our students with learning difficulties need consistency. It can be frustrating as a teacher when you are piecing together and adapting materials from different programs while students are moved quickly from one intervention to the next. I needed math lessons that would get my students smoothly from point A to point B, taking small sequential steps along the way.

These materials were created to align with what is taught in general education classrooms and link directly to the standards (required for IEP goals), yet they are adapted to be explicit, systematic, and chunked into small objectives. Many practice repetitions are needed to master a skill. These workbooks provide that practice in an easy-to-teach format.

Each workbook can be used individually as a stand-alone intervention for that skill or they can be used together, taking students from the basics of addition and place value in first grade all the way to long division in fourth grade. These materials can also be used with older students to help fill the gaps in their learning. No grade levels are printed on workbook pages and clip art is appropriate for all ages.

The design of my math resources is based on research including the findings of this study:
Which Instructional Practices Most Help First-Grade Students With and Without Mathematics Difficulties? published June 25, 2014 in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Educational Research Association.

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Total Pages
103 pages
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Teaching Duration
1 month
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