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LOVE this coin sort for a center activity or assessment! This site has great ideas already made, ready to print out for special education students. I know it is a pre-K site, but this money sorting center would be perfect for any life skills or secondary special education task. Read more at: http://www.growinginprek.com/mathcenter.htm
Math Stations by Standard First Grade for the entire year! These math centers by math strand are engaging & hands-on. Perfect for math center games during math rotations in 1st grade. These math stations are collaborative, interactive and differentiated. Covers number sense, addition, subtraction, place value, geometry, money, telling time, graphs & data, and measurement. To learn more about "Math Stations by Standard", visit www.tunstallsteachingtidbits.com
FREE. Lots of worksheets for common objects/ categories (colors, shapes, kitchen, bathroom). Great for practicing life skills. Several different worksheets available for FREE download. Go to: http://www.kids-pages.com/folders/worksheets/Home/page8.htm
Teaching Learners with Multiple Special Needs: A Few Workboxes from: http://teachinglearnerswithmultipleneeds.blogspot.com I like that the teachers are using real coins. I never understood teaching students with plastic money - how are they supposed to understand that what we are working with in the classroom is "the same" as the metal coins they might find on a parent's night stand.