Math Units For Special Education BUNDLE (Leveled & Hands On Math Units)

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This is a great resource for modification on all math concepts. One of the best purchases I made. It did take time to prep but it has great benefits!
Holy Moly!! This has it all. What a time saver this will be. Looking forward to using all of the amazing units within this bundle. There is something for everyone!

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    Do your students need math concepts and skills broken down? Do they need visuals and graphic organizers? Then this is the bundle for you!! These units will help your students access math curriculum by breaking the concepts down and allowing for a high level of review and practice.

    These special education math units will help your students access math standards by breaking the concepts down and allowing for a high level of review and practice.

    This special education math curriculum includes informal math assessmentsassessmentsassessments.

    Each unit is designed to offer more hands on tasks and varied practice than traditional math curriculum offer.. With these materials, your students will be able to master and generalize the math concepts.

    There are 15 units included in this bundle:

    Unit 1: Number Concepts 0 to 20 (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 2: Comparing Numbers (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 3: Shapes and Sizes (Special Ed Math Unit) (Digital tasks included)

    Unit 4: Patterns Unit (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 5: Addition Concepts Unit (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 6: Time and Measurement Unit (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 7: Coins Unit (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 8: Subtraction Concepts (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 9: Ordinal Numbers and Orientation Words (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 10: Graphing and Collecting Data (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 11: Number Concepts 21 to 50 (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 12: Number Concepts 50 to 100 (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 13: Place Value (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 14: Mixed Addition and Subtracrtion (Special Ed Math Unit)

    Unit 15: Fractions (Special Ed Math Unit)

    These units are designed to hep students achieve mastery on K-2 math standards.

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    I was originally looking for time and measurement tasks. I purchased her Time and Measurement Unit and loved it so much that I had to go on and look for more... Came across this bundle and fell in love! The anchor charts are simple and PERFECT for my students. The tasks that go along with each unit of this bundle are awesome as well. A nice assortment of activities for each unit. This is great for math centers.

    Not only is the product WORTH EVERY PENNY, but Mrs. P is probably the most pleasant person to deal with. ALL her products are great and she is very quick with email responses!

    Great product + great customer service = happy teacher! :) ~Mrs. C

    Thank you for making this stellar resource! This is so affordable and worth much more than it is priced. You covered everything needed. I think all districts should purchase this for their students with special needs. ~Ritter's Critters

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
    Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
    Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
    Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
    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.


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