# Weight Workbook - Special Education Math

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1. These workbooks have been designed for older Special Education students who are working at Kindergarten / Grade 1 level.This bundle contains 10 highly visual and age-appropriate workbooks/worksheets with answers, progress checks and certificates of achievement. In total there are 205 worksheets that
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This math resource has been designed for Special Education students. It contains an age-appropriate, 20-page workbook (20 worksheets) with progress check, certificate of achievement and answers on weight.

Tasks and activities include:

• Describing the weight of objects using the key words heavy, heavier, heaviest, light, lighter, lightest
• Comparing the weight of objects
• Applying knowledge of weight to solve simple problems

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• Length and height-related reasoning and problem-solving

Volume and Capacity Workbook - Special Education Math

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• Comparing the capacity of containers
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• Drawing the hands to show half past
• Using the terms - today, yesterday, tomorrow
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Fractions Halves: Special Education Workbook

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• Identifying halves of shapes
• Identifying halves of amounts
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Addition and Subtraction to 20 Workbook: Special Education Math

This is a 36-page workbook (36 worksheets) with progress check, certificate of achievement and answers for addition and subtraction to 20.

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• Adding two whole numbers with a total up to 20
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Counting to 20 Workbook: Special Education Math

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• Counting up to 20 items
• Reading and writing numbers up to 20
• Ordering and comparing numbers up to 20
• Completing a number line up to 20
• Solving simple word problems involving numbers up to 20

Number Recognition and Counting to 20 PowerPoint Lesson

This is an age-appropriate 130-slide PowerPoint lesson to accompany the workbook/worksheets.

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Addition and Subtraction to 20 Workbook

This resource contains a 36-page workbook (36 worksheets) with progress check, certificate of achievement and answers for addition and subtraction to 20.

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• Adding two whole numbers with a total up to 20
• Subtracting one number up to 20 from another
• Using addition and subtraction to solve simple number problems
• Understanding that subtraction is the inverse of addition

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Directly compare two objects with a measurable attribute in common, to see which object has “more of”/“less of” the attribute, and describe the difference. For example, directly compare the heights of two children and describe one child as taller/shorter.
Describe measurable attributes of objects, such as length or weight. Describe several measurable attributes of a single object.
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