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Hearing Impaired In The Classroom
My students need a timer, number kit, geometric shapes, building letters kit and number match ups to help them improve their reading and math skills.
I teach in a kindergarten classroom. I have a student who is hearing impaired and had no language skills until this year. I am hoping by getting these products we can help improve his math skills.
I love my class!
These students are very hands-on and love to learn. They have been doing a great job learning sign language this year. This has helped close the gap with the hearing impaired student in my room. I am hoping to use these math tools to help my hearing impaired student learn the math concepts in the Common Core.
I would like all my students to be able to use these math tools to learn the new Common Core concepts. I am hoping that this will create more language with my hearing impaired student. I believe these visuals will aid in his communication. The timer is there to help give him a visual when we are moving on to the next task. We feel this will help him better understand when we will transition. The math cards are there to help students understand the relationship between counting and the number. In the new Common Core standards it is also very important for students to be able to see a number and recognize it in different forms, for example, tally marks.
The math kit will help students learn these skills for the new Common Core. The shapes will be a good visual to help improve language skills to with the new Common Core standards. In addition, there is a letters building kit. This will help for students to make a visual connection when building words.
These tools will help my hearing impaired student because they will allow him to learn more math concepts.
He needs more visual and hands-on items for us to explain concepts to him.
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