Overview - BASIC PICTURE MATH PRINT BINDER 1
Basic Picture Math concepts come to life with visuals. Help struggling learners and nonreaders improve basic math skills with these easy-to-use activity sheets. This recently expanded program, which meets NCTM standards, now includes three leveled binders focused on the same basic skills.
Level 1 Binder
Covers skills focused on numbers 0-10. Recently revised, this binder now includes Real-World Connections and pre/postassessments.
Level 2 Binder
Covers skills focused on numbers 0-20.
Level 3 Binder
Covers skills focused on numbers 0-100.
Simple directions and visuals help students understand the concepts presented. The activity sheets offer a slow progression of skills and extra practice in different formats. Each unit has ten activity sheets and two Real-World Connections sheets, which provide practice on the given skill in a real-life setting. Multiple choice pre- and post-assessments and a final assessment for all skills are also included.
Digital Binders NEW
The digital binders on CDs enable teachers to use technology to enrich instruction with editable PDFs.
• 3 Reproducible Print Binders (sold separately or in a set)
• 120 Activity Sheets per Binder
• 3 Digital Binders (sold separately or in a set)
• Covers 10 Skills per Binder
• Real-World Connections
• Progress Charts
• Answer Keys
|Each Binder Covers 10 Skills and
|• Numbers & Number Words
• Ordering & Comparing
• Shapes & Patterns
Reading Level: Nonreaders+
Interest Level: 1-9
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by Ms C.
Thursday, February 12, 2009
I teach children with Autism and this program is excellent for our non-readers. Our children have made so much growth with the implimentation of the picture math program.
great for non-readers great for children with Autism
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"BASIC PICTURE MATH"
Tuesday, June 24, 2008
This basic math book is ideal for teaching young learners the basic number concepts. Covering skills such as one-to-one correspondence, number recognition, counting, and more, the activities have simple directions, few items on the page, and address one specific skill per activity. While the pages are clean and have few problems on them, the images are realistic and high interest, making it appropriate for a wide array of learning abilities. I use these activities to introduce, review, and reinforce math concepts to the primary and elementary students I home school.
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