Practical numeracy R/KS1/SEN - eg. make a 2d/3d shape from playdough, make three different size snakes. Adapt them to your own needs. eg. measure the snakes etc If you find this resource useful please leave a review. THANKS
These Polka Dot Number Cards 1-100 can be used to teach skip counting in 5 and 10. The number cards can either be used as a wall display, flash cards or group and individual games.
The cards have been designed to make it easy for students to recognize the multiples of 5 and 10, with them being green and the other numbers blue. There are 6 cards per page. Simply print, laminate and cut.
I have included extra cards so you can make your own.If you would like other colors or designs please message me and I am happy to make them for you.
Cut and Paste Subtraction Within 10 Worksheets for pupils with autism and special education
This set contains 10 no prep worksheets:
- 5 worksheets with shapes
- 5 worksheets with numbers
You might like my other math cut & paste activities:
Cut & Paste Counting
Cut & Paste Addition 1-10
Cut & Paste Subtraction 1-10
Cut & Paste Addition 10-20
Cut & Paste Naming Shapes
More coming soon!
All the graphics used in our resources have been designed to appeal to a wide age range, as we know how difficult it can be to find suitable resources for teens.
As some people with autism can be overloaded by too much visual input, our resources have been designed with clear layout and plain backgrounds.
Skip Counting by 5 - Color, Cut and Assemble!
This 8-page Skip Counting By 5 Flipbook has interactive math flipbooks for students to create and practice skip counting by 5s. Meet 2nd grade common core standards for skip counting with these engaging math books to make as a center activity, or as an extension to your math lesson.
Get your students counting by 5s with this great Skip Count By 5 Flipbook. Students simply color, cut and assemble. Watch your young learners take off counting.
Skip Counting By 5 Flipbook can be used during guided math as openers, small group time and math work stations
How to use this book:
• Print on cardstock.
• Cut at the dotted line to separate the base of the flipbook from the picture pages.
• Cut around each rectangle picture box.
• Arrange the number cards one on top of the other and staple or bind the top of all pages to the flipbook base.
This is an engaging way for students to practice their math numbers and share their knowledge with family and friends.