# FALL Basic Number Sense 0-10, Worksheets and Games, Down Syndrome, Spec. Ed.

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For students with Down syndrome, autism, hearing impairment, intellectual disabilities and other visual learners.

This package provides repetition and practice for basic counting skills. For the full teaching guide purchase:

Basic Number Sense 0-10 MATCH-SELECT-NAME

•Does your math curriculum move too quickly for your students? Are they falling behind because they don’t have basic counting skills?

•Do your students need more repetition and practice before moving on?

•Do your students have delayed language skills that make learning vocabulary a struggle?

•Are the numbers and pictures too small for your students to read easily?

•Are the pages cluttered with extraneous decoration or too many problems?

Then…FALL Basic Number Sense 0-10 Worksheets and Games …Can Help

CONTENTS

UNIT ONE: Number Sense 0-5

Worksheets

•Cut and Paste worksheet: Match pictures to number

names (one to five)

•Cut and Paste worksheet: Match pictures to numerals 1-5

•Handwriting worksheets, 2 levels: Numbers 0-5

•“I Can Count” worksheets: 0-5

Games

•Sequence number games 1-5

•Give a Number Games: 1-5

UNIT TWO: Number Sense 6-10

Worksheets

•Cut and Paste worksheet: Match pictures to number

names (six to ten)

•Cut and Paste worksheet: Match pictures to numerals 6-10

•Handwriting worksheets, 2 levels: Numbers 6-10

•“I Can Count” worksheets: 6-10

Games

•Sequence number games 6-10

•Give a Number Games: 6-10

UNIT THREE: Number Sense 1-10

Worksheets

•Circle the pair of objects that has more

•Circle the pair of objects that has less

•Circle the pair of objects that are the same

SKILLS COVERED:

•Count to 10 by ones

•Starting with a number greater than one, count forward by ones to 10

•Write numbers from 0-10

•Match spoken/written number names and spoken/written numerals with the correct quantity

•Demonstrate 1:1 correspondence between pictures/objects, by counting up to 10 pictures/objects

•Count to answer “how many?” (line, array, circle, scattered) using various arrangements of pictures/objects up to 10

•Place a given number of manipulatives/objects from a larger group, up to 10

•Choose which group of objects/pictures has more, less, or the same (equal)

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