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Interactive & Velcro-Free: Math Sorts

We all get sick of cutting velcro. The blisters, the sticky scissors - I get it. Even if you are used to the luxurious life of velcro dots - it gets expensive and it's still time consuming to peel off each of those little circles of goodness. So let's take...

Focus on Five: Features of MATH MEETING!

March is all about math at TAH and I'm proud to introduce a new product available on TAH's TpT Store...Math Meeting! Math Meeting was created as a highly structured, repetitive daily lesson to teach basic math skills. As I have described in previous blogs, Math...

Visual Math Activities {Level 1 & 2}

In our world, visuals make just about anything better. Heck - in any world, visuals make anything better. So it should be no surprise how much visuals add to some basic math skills. These are two of my very favorite resources. I love the variety, I love...

Time Preposition Task Cards!

Need to work on time concepts?  Check out these new Time Preposition Task Cards I created to work on those tricky “in”, “on”, and “at” time concepts.  I created 2 sets.  Level 1 has visuals to pair with each sentence.  Level 2 has some of the same...

Math Centers: Interactive & Engaging

To put it nicely, math is not my favorite subject but this resource makes it so much more bearable! I love that these 10 Math Centers for Early Childhood or Special Education incorporate a wide range of math skills. I used to really have a tendency to...

Math Work Task Mega Pack

Work tasks are a key component in any classroom! These can be utilized as teaching tools, group work, or independent work tasks. In order to create an effective work task system - you must create a large number of varied work tasks that are visual and...

All About TouchMath

Are you familiar with TouchMath? Known as The Alphabet of Mathematics - this visually based approach to math can be perfect for our learners. It embeds prompting and utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves! If you have students that are struggling...

Using AAC with Task Cards!

I have had lots of questions lately about how I use AAC systems and task cards together.  I definitely have my students use their AAC systems while using any of the different tasks cards I have created.  There are lots of ways to adapt the cards to meet...

Teaching Counting

The most basic of the basic - but basic can be tricky. Teaching the skill of counting is something I have really struggled with. There is so much that goes into fully mastering this skill and so many ways to work on it. Also math is not my fav so I’m never...

Free Big/Small Shamrock Sort!

I’m still working on “big” and “small” size concepts with some of my students so for this month I’m using big and small shamrocks to work on this goal.  I thought I would share them as a Free Resource for you to use with your students this month too.  Just...

St. Patrick’s Day Round Up!

February is almost over and it’s time to think about March activities.  Here are some fun things I will be doing again this year with my students in the upcoming weeks.  I have 3 different St. Patrick’s Day themed adapted books and I paired each one with a...

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