Early learning students, individuals with Autism and students with special needs will work on number sequencing, addition and subtraction by filling in the blank spaces on the cards.
How to play: Number Sequencing: (Baseball)
1. Place the first two numbers in the blank spaces and have the student place the third. 2. Place the first and third numbers in the blank spaces and have the student fill
in the empty space in the middle.
3. Place a single number in any of the spaces and have the student place the other two. 4. Independent work: Leave all the spaces open and let the student place the numbers
Advanced students who do not need the first step, can begin with 2.
Be sure to change out the number sequences so the student learns the materials rather than memorizing placement.
How to play: Addition and Subtraction: (Tennis and Soccer)
1. Place the addition equations on either of the two cards and have the student find the sum. Begin with 1-5, then 6-10 and finally 11and 12.
2. Place the subtraction equations on either of the two cards and have the student find the difference. Begin with 1-5, 6-10, and finally 111-12.
Independent work for advanced students who are already familiar with both addition and subtraction: Set out the pieces and let the student create the equations and find the sum or difference. Check their work.