My students with special needs LOVE these monthly counting books to keep counting fresh and new! Even better, they are separated between 1-10 and 11-20 in case you have students working on JUST counting 1-10!
As a math interventionist in an urban Massachusetts district, I have worked with my fair share of disinterested students. I enjoy the challenge, and I make it my goal to find a way to connect with each child and help them develop their math skills – no matter their current level. I would like to share three types of activities that have worked for me and my students in middle school math! By Free to Discover.
Students have to arrange rooms according to directional clues. Print the floorplan on different colored cardstock and laminate them so that they are easier to work with. This activity is a bit challenging, but all of my students stayed on task and worked well collaboratively to solve it. Afterwards, students can change up the layout and write new clues as a follow-up activity.