Math Curriculum for Students with Disabilities

The AbleNet Equals Pre K – 12 mathematics curriculum provides complete standards-based lessons for students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities.
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The AbleNet Equals Pre K – 12 mathematics curriculum provides complete standards-based lessons for students with mild, moderate, and severe disabilities. The curriculum includes pre-readiness math skills such as cause and effect, fundamental math skills including numbers and operations, measurement and estimation and higher order math skills which involve data analysis, probability, spatial sense, geometry, algebra and problem solving.

Each lesson provides instructors with a comprehensive assessment, real life problem solving math activities, manipulatives, worksheets, posters, workmats and cards. AbleNet Equals is designed to teach students with disabilities the necessary strategies and elements needed to progress in mathematics.

For more information, visit www.ablenetinc.com.

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