Helping Special Ed. Students Increase Money Skills with Osmo
Help me give my students the chance to do math, problem solving with real life situations, using the Osmo Pizza Co. Game. This game will allow my students to practice their money skills, while playing an interactive game.
They are a diverse group of active, smart, determined, and innovative elementary students. They love to use my Media Center to read, think, Makerspace area, discuss and collaborate. They are always willing to help me find books that they love and books that challenge them. We are also a Title I school. We also have a large percentage of working poor families, as well as homeless ones.
I am currently working with my Special Ed.
students with math and real life math problems. The Osmo games allows my students who struggle with math, become successful with digital learning.
My students crave school. They crave the attention, the subjects, the social and academic aspect of our school. We are a family.
My Special Ed. students struggle with math:money, addition, subtraction, and fractions. The Osmo Pizza Party game will allow my Special Ed students to succeed at their rate, which is important. The game will review fractions, addition and math word problems. The Osmo By working on these math functions, I hope to have my Special Ed. students increase their math strength. This game will not only make math learning fun, but it can be done in groups.
This game can also be used for my Title Students, as well as my mainstream students, which is a great use of math resources
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