Last month, I shared my reading group curriculum maps. I finally finished my math group curriculum maps. Curriculum mapping is a great way plan out your students’ learning and progress on specific skills and concepts throughout the year. This works nicely with your students’ IEP goals since you can plan out each step in how they will meet their benchmarks. I do group curriculum maps as opposed to individual or classroom because my groups for reading and math are based on level.
While curriculum mapping my seem like the roof to an almost toppled over leaning tower of paperwork – I promise you – it’s worth the time. It makes lesson planning a breeze. Literally. No lies. You know I wouldn’t lie to you about time saving methods.
Here is the curriculum map for my high group. There are 6 kids in this group. Some of the math lessons will be done with all 6 but for computation skills they will be broken into two smaller groups. My major areas of focus for this group are computations, time, money, and measurement.
The middle group is still working on some more foundational skills. Check out their curriculum map:
My lowest groups curriculum maps aren’t done yet. With this group, we will be focusing on skills from the ABLLS. That will be coming soon 🙂
These curriculum map forms are available within my Ultimate Guided Reading Resource as an editable document. Math is not my favorite subject to teach but having a rough plan for the year like this has made it MUCH less intimidating. Any fellow math-avoiders out there?
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