MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze

MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
MD ID SPED Classroom Numbers and Counting 1-10 PowerPoint Non-Verbal Eye-Gaze
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Presentation (Powerpoint) File

(2 MB|33 pages)
Standards
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This is a numbers and counting PowerPoint for MD and ID children with good receptive, but poor expressive skills. The PowerPoints Starts with animated slides, (just keep pressing ENTER to activate the animation and advance the slides), demonstrating numbers 1-10 by numeral, number of objects and the number as a word. After the counting demonstration, there are 20 slides for practice. Each slide is set up with 2 different sets of objects.At the top of each slide is the number of objects from the two choices the student is asked to identify. The student is asked to point or eye gaze to the correct number of objects on the slide. After ordering this Powerpoint be sure and download for free a tally sheet to use in class to record correct responses for students unable to participate in written practice. In addition, there is also a download with corresponding worksheets for extra practice in class or take home for those students with more advanced written expressive skills.
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When counting objects, say the number names in the standard order, pairing each object with one and only one number name and each number name with one and only one object.
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Total Pages
33 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
30 minutes
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