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These materials will allow students to actively engage in using math concepts to complete a craft project. An example is sewing a quilt with polygons on the front. Math concepts include; measuring, learning shapes, math terms, angles, degrees and more. Learning by doing projects is an extremely successful learning method for special education students. It allows them to have a deeper and long-lasting understanding of the math concepts also allowing them to use these skills when approaching everyday events that require them to use their math skills.

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These materials will allow students to actively engage in using math concepts to complete a craft project. An example is sewing a quilt with polygons on the front. Math concepts include; measuring, learning shapes, math terms, angles, degrees and more. Learning by doing projects is an extremely successful learning method for special education students. It allows them to have a deeper and long-lasting understanding of the math concepts also allowing them to use these skills when approaching everyday events that require them to use their math skills.

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