Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook

Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
Patterns, Sequence, and Opposites: Math Interactive Workbook
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  1. This interactive math workbook bundle is wonderful for exposing reluctant learners to math concepts that are split into 7 subdomains. Each subdomain is trained explicitly with each interactive workbook, ensuring that high frequency images are used and are trained with high repetition to promote skil
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Patterns, Sequence, and Opposite explores visual perception and exposure to sequencing with our learners! With this interactive workbook, learners get to predict the next piece based on the pattern they see, as well as match patterns and form associations between positions of items. This task includes the following concepts:

receptively labeling opposites

full vs. empty (opposites)

sorting opposites (full bowls and empty bowls of cereal)

extending sequence patterns (an ABLLS-R task!)

packing for a hot weather trip (hot vs. cold)

matching patterns

finishing patterns

sequencing real world events

sorting by type

This product is part of a larger math bundle that is wonderful for exposing reluctant learners to math concepts that are split into 7 subdomains. Each subdomain is trained explicitly with each interactive workbook!

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Analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes, in different sizes and orientations, using informal language to describe their similarities, differences, parts (e.g., number of sides and vertices/“corners”) and other attributes (e.g., having sides of equal length).
Describe objects in the environment using names of shapes, and describe the relative positions of these objects using terms such as above, below, beside, in front of, behind, and next to.
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