Practice simple addition with this fun farm animal themed interactive math book!
*3 Addition Math Books Included!*
This is designed for students who have learning disabilities, such as Autism, Down Syndrome, or other developmental delays. However, this product is very visual and is set up for students to be successful from the very beginning, so it is great for any student whose primary learning style is visual. This is a great math task box or work basket tool for a special education classroom.
There are actually 3 separate interactive (or adapted) math books in this file. The first interactive book does not require the student to write numbers. It is matching the numeral to the number of animals in the number sentence to build a number sentence.
The 2nd interactive math book has a number sentence for the student to trace. I laminated this book and I have students match the numbers and then write the numbers in the book with a dry erase marker.
The 3rd interactive math book has a space for a number sentence, but the visual support of the 2nd book for tracing the numbers is no longer available. The student must independently write the number sentence.
I created this addition resource because I needed an activity to do during direct instruction in my special education classroom that the student can then take to their independent work stations. I also wanted to offer multiple opportunities to practice addition skills and make the math tasks increasingly more challenging as they achieve mastery.
This is great for students who have fine motor or handwriting goals in addition to basic math goals because there are the handwriting boxes for students to keep their numbers inside. It's a helpful visual for them!
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