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82 file folders for life skill special education on these topics: Telling Time, Calendar Skills,Coin Identification, Community Signs, School Sort and Match, Counting, and Weather

82 file folders for life skill special education on these topics: Telling Time, Calendar Skills,Coin Identification, Community Signs, School Sort and Match, Counting, and Weather

Make your own coin sorting game from an old container!

There is something about sorting coins that is just waaaay too much fun for me! I remember sorting and rolling coins as a kid to earn some extra money. My parents figured if I was patient enough to roll the change, then I deserved the money! Ha! Looking back, it was a genius idea…it keptcontinue reading...

Menu Math Activities for Money Centers | Noodle Nook

High interest and functional money math activities that are leveled to meet the needs of a mixed-ability classroom. Just what you need for math centers or stations that stay fresh each time you use them… because what kid doesn’t love fast food restaurants?!?

Getting students in special education to understand what they have read can be really tough. Here are 3 different ways to ensure students are understanding what they are reading and can use it in a functional manner.

Comprehension of language in general can be very challenging for students in special education. Most of my students have been diagnosed with autism or another language based disability. As a result, understanding what others say to them, vocabulary and text comprehension is difficult. Here are 3 activities we do to help students understand language better. ... Read More about 3 Ways to Target Reading Comprehension In Special Education

Special education students need to develop a strong understanding of numbers and how they relate to each other. This deep understanding will hep them learn life skills and be functional in their community. Here are some of the materials and activities we

Special education students need to develop a strong understanding of numbers and how they relate to each other. This deep understanding will hep them learn life skills and be functional in their community. Here are some of the materials and activities we

How To Incorporate Money Concepts In Morning Meeting | Mrs. P's Specialties!

Description This unit is designed for students who need more practice and repetition than traditional math curriculum offer. This unit has the hands on tasks that our students need in order to master and generalize their skills. ***Save HUGE by getting the Special Ed. Math Unit BUNDLE!! You get 4 FREE units when you purchase the bundle: Math Units BUNDLE (Special Ed Math Units) Included in this math unit: *Instructional materials and data sheet for coin identification *Coin clip cards: 3…

Keeping Math Skills Sharp All Year with File Folder Tasks (Math Labels Freebie)

Like most special educators, I teach several different skills in math a day. In our math rotations, I am able to see each students 1:1 for about 10 minutes to teach them new skills, and then they rotate through the other centers to practice that skill and previously mastered skills. This is the first year […]