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Engaging Math Centers For Special Learners
My students need these math learning center games and activities to help them build their basic math and problems solving skills.
The students in my classroom have been identified as having a specific learning disability, attention deficit disorder, speech and language impairment and/ or autism. They receive special education services through their Individual Education Program or IEP.Also, a majority of my students are learning English as a second language and some of their parents may have limited English language. All of my students are enrolled in the free meal program and they receive a healthy breakfast and lunch here at school.
These math learning center games and activities will allow me to create fun and engaging math centers in my classroom. I have carefully selected these math sets to target and meet the needs of my students which are identified in their IEP.
My students learn best through hands on activities and projects.
Most of these games will allow the students to interact positively with each other while learning a specific math skill. I will design the math centers so that students are interacting and having meaningful conversations around developing their math skills. I have also requested soft cushion seats, which allow my students who have attention deficits or sensory needs to focus better while they are at their station.
Having math learning centers set up in my classroom allows me to pull students one-on-one for intense intervention while the rest of my students are fully engaged in fun, standards based math activities!
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