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Saturday, December 8, 2012

Holiday Math

TEACCH - Holiday Math
I love library pockets, they have so many uses. They help to work on crossing midline and using 2 hands at one time. This unit. I printed out a basic stocking with numbers and number words. Then I placed sticker stars on the top of the stocking. The reason I added the stars was for the kiddos that are still learning their numbers, they can double check by counting. The stocking is the answer to the math problem. Finally I made 3x5 cards with basic addition. I created enough math facts that 3-5 problems went in each stocking card. For example 9+1 =10, 7+3=10, 8+2=10, and 5+5=10. This activity was placed in my TEACCH work system for the kids to work on independently. Some variations include adding subtraction problems. This way the kids could work on addition, subtraction or both to help them distinguish between the add and subtract sign. You could also use 3x5 cards with pictures for your students to count.

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