Hi, I am a primary teacher in Scotland and currently I work with learners with severe and complex additional support needs in both the primary and secondary settings. I recognise the need for good quality resources, unfortunately these are not always available to suit the needs of my visual learners who require that extra support and those that I do find often need to be adapted to meet my learners needs. I hope that you find them as useful in your classrooms as I have found them in mine.

pdf, 1.49 MB
pdf, 1.49 MB

These differentiated counting cards can be used in work boxes and independent numeracy centres to encourage and promote number sequencing skills and one to one counting skills.
I use them with pupils with severe and complex learning needs as structured activity boxes using numbered pegs to match to the circles initially the ones with the corresponding numbers on them then moving onto the blank circles. There are also cards with alternating coloured circles to introduce the concept of odd and even numbers.

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