Early Reader Addition Word Problems for Special Education

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Early Reader Addition Word Problems for Special Education
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Early Reader Addition Word Problems up to 10 for Special Education:
Using Point and Count visual support to help young learners, students with Special Needs, or Autism, addition word problems have never been easier to solve! With early reader sight words, including color words and simple counting strategies, your students will master this skill in no time! Data collection sheets are included for each of the 4 sets for easy documentation of skills learned. This purchase includes four 10 page booklets. Just print, trim, staple and use in your classroom TODAY!

IEP GOAL ALIGNMENT:
Given 10 word problems using early reader sight words and simple counting strategies, STUDENT will read and correctly solve each word problem with 80% accuracy in 8 out of 10 opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR.

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Given easy reader text addition word problems, along with visuals and touch point numbers as counting strategies, STUDENT will solve the problems by writing the correct answer, with 80% accuracy, in 4 out of 5 consecutive opportunities, by MONTH, YEAR. (Delete)