# Place Value & Number Sense Daily Practice, Numbers 120 to 999 | Special Ed Math

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1. This is a bundle of math resources designed for intervention groups and special education students. These time-saving math lesson workbooks make it easy to teach clear, sequential lessons with plenty of step-by-step practice. This Bundle Includes: ✭ Place Value and Number Sense 120 to 999 ✭ Addit
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Help your students master three-digit numbers with daily practice in a clear and predictable format using base ten blocks and number lines. These pages focus on numbers 120 to 999.

This workbook was designed especially for intervention and special education students and addresses second and third grade standards. If your students are not yet ready for second grade skills, (and you'd like to start with numbers 1-120) you may be interested in Place Value and Number Sense to 120.

Sequence: How is it organized?
Skills are introduced in order from least complex (level A) to most complex (level C).

Level A (40 pages)
• Count within a decade. For example: 350 to 359
• Skip count by hundreds. For example: 100, 200, 300 . . .
• In number sense tasks, use only numbers that do not have a zero in the tens place.
• Round to the nearest ten given the numbers on a number line.

Level B (50 pages)
• Count across decades. For example: 325 to 335
• Skip count by tens. For example: 200, 210, 220, 230, . . .
• In number sense tasks, use numbers with a zero in both the tens and ones place. For example: 300
• Round to the nearest ten given the numbers on a number line.

Level C (50 pages)
• Count across hundreds. For example: 295 to 305
• Skip count by tens transitioning across hundreds. For example: 380, 390, 400, 410, . . .
• In number sense tasks, use numbers with a zero in the tens place. For example: 503
• Round to the nearest ten or hundred with numbers missing from the number line.

Bonus (6 pages)
• Empty templates you can fill in by hand to create assignments or assessments suited to your students’ needs.

Students Will Be Able To:
• Count by 1’s beginning at a given number within 0 to 999
• Count the number of base ten blocks and write the numeral
• Read three-digit numbers in numeral and word form
• Compare the value of three-digit numbers using < and >
• Circle the base ten blocks needed to represent a three-digit number
• Write a three-digit number in expanded form
• Write three-digit numbers in sequence, counting by tens and hundreds
• Add and subtract 10 or 100 to a three-digit number (either mentally or by using the workspace provided)
• Round a three-digit number to the nearest ten or hundred using the number line.

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Our students with learning difficulties need consistency. It can be frustrating as a teacher when you are piecing together and adapting materials from different programs while students are moved quickly from one intervention to the next. I needed math lessons that would get my students smoothly from point A to point B, taking small sequential steps along the way.

These materials were created to align with what is taught in general education classrooms and link directly to the standards (required for IEP goals), yet they are adapted to be explicit, systematic, and chunked into small objectives. Many practice repetitions are needed to master a skill. These workbooks provide that practice in an easy-to-teach format.

Each workbook can be used individually as a stand-alone intervention for that skill or they can be used together, taking students from the basics of addition and place value in first grade all the way to long division in fourth grade. These materials can also be used with older students to help fill the gaps in their learning. No grade levels are printed on workbook pages and clip art is appropriate for all ages.

The design of my math resources is based on research including the findings of this study:
Which Instructional Practices Most Help First-Grade Students With and Without Mathematics Difficulties? published June 25, 2014 in Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Educational Research Association.

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