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Finally....IEP goals simplified! I've made this packet to streamline the IEP writing process, giving you more time to teach the skill. This 91 page unit focuses on 11 pre-written IEP goals that you can copy and paste into an IEP. This packet uses one warm-up question each day to teach basic life-skills math concepts. Each day of the week in a two-week cycle has a dedicated skill that is taught, so you can assess all the students in your class, even if they are working on different IEP goals. See the IEP goals below to see if any apply to your students.
This is a LARGE file! (91 pages!) with a warm-up included for every single day of the school year (Starts in late August, ends in late June). This way you buy once, print for the year, and you have one less thing to worry about! It includes a pre-assessment, monthly data collection sheet, and pre-made IEP goals that are ready to use. Check out the sample above to see if it is right for your life-skills classroom!
When possible, I used actual pictures of the items being used, so that it is easier for our students to generalize each skill. :)
Included IEP goals:
GOAL #1, MONEY COUNTING:
When given various sums of money, STUDENT will improve ability to correctly identify and count a given sum of money including pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and $1, $5, $10, and $20 bills from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #2, ANALOG TIME:
When given an analog clock, STUDENT will improve ability to correctly identify time from ___ attempts correct to ___ attempts correct by DATE.
GOAL #3 GRAPH READING:
When given a bar graph and questions pertaining to it, STUDENT will improve ability to read information from a graph from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #4 FRACTIONS:
When given the following fractions: 1/8, 1/6, ¼, 1/3, ½, 1, STUDENT will improve their ability to identify and understand the values of from ___ correctly identified to ___ correctly identified by DATE.
GOAL #5, IDENTIFYING COINS:
When given a variety of coins including pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, STUDENT will improve their ability to determine the value of individual coins from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #6, STORY PROBLEM:
When given a story problem at the 2nd grade reading level including addition or subtraction, STUDENT will improve their ability to correctly solve from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #7, ORDERING NUMBERS:
When given a combination of different numbers, STUDENT will identify the correct number sequence improving their ability to place the numbers in order from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #8, READING A CALENDAR:
When given a monthly calendar, STUDENT will correctly identify the correct amount of days, weeks, or months that have passed improving ability to read a calendar from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
GOAL #9 MEASURING:
When given an object to measure and a ruler that measures in inches, STUDENT will determine the length of an object in increments of ½ inch, ¾ inch, and 1 inch, improving ability to correctly identify lengths from ___ to ___ by DATE.
GOAL #10: DISCERNING BETWEEN PRICES:
When given two choices of items to purchase with different values, STUDENT will improve their ability to find the item with the lower price improving their ability to shop using a budget from ___ to ___ by DATE.
GOAL #11, BASIC MATH CALCULATIONS (DAILY PRACTICE):
When given single and multi-digit addition and subtraction problems, STUDENT will solve correctly, improving accuracy from ___ correct to ___ correct by DATE.
Any artwork or photographs included in this unit are original art created by myself, and are copyrighted 2020 by Jessi Klancke :) Reproduction without my consent is prohibited.