Friday, March 20, 2020

Home Learning: Lesson Plans and Math Resources 2 Moderately/Severely Handicapped

Math Resources 2a
Team 2 Math Concepts: Place Value
Lesson Plans for Math Place Value
Material: sharpened pencils, eraser, calculator, whiteboard, 
whiteboard pen 

  • Student sets up work place with a clear desk-type surface. Places sharpened pencils and eraser in convenient spot.
  • Teacher discusses with student concepts of place value-ones (units), tens, hundreds, thousands.
  • Teacher asks student how the worksheet represents ones, tens, hundreds and thousands.
  • Student works on first five problems, then it is checked.
  • Student finishes page, it is checked, and placed in math folder.

Choose one page a week of place values.
I use K-5 Learning https://www.k5learning.com/ as a resource. Parents or Teacher Surrogates can peruse the choices and add on pages as you see your student is interested. I usually use level Grade 2.

I use K-5 Learning https://www.k5learning.com/ as a resource. Parents or Teacher Surrogates can peruse the choices and add on pages as you see your student is interested. I usually use level Grade 2.

Team 2 Math Concepts: Calculation:Addition
Lesson Plans for Math Calculation:Addition
Material: sharpened pencils, eraser, calculator, whiteboard, 
whiteboard pen 




  • Student sets up work place with a clear desk-type surface. Places sharpened pencils and eraser in convenient spot.
  • Teacher discusses the concept of place value in relation to regrouping or carrying a number.
  • Student does first row of addition problems. It is checked.
  • Student proceeds to finish page. It is checked.Work is place in the math folder.
  • Remember, teacher, one step at a time. Keeping a reasonable schedule-for example, having math at the same time each day (we had it at 10:00 am)- will build security and interest in your homeschooling. When your student is clearly finished with the task, end the lesson on a positive note.

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