Being an elementary special educator for 20 years, I often needed math worksheets that were not visually overwhelming for my students. Therefore, I created a Touch Number product line with minimal problems on each sheet. Each number has dots, to represent the number’s value. Students can touch the dots with their pencils and count on to solve computation facts accurately. Eventually, as students progress, children will no longer need the dots on each number, as they will begin to visualize the touch dots independently.

Assessment Tools for Special Educators

Special education teachers often need assessment tools to track their student’s progress on a weekly basis. Having assessment tools ready helps special educators stay organized and determine if their students are making progress. Growing Special Minds has numerous literacy and math assessments for teachers. Below are a few products to help make the data collection process as efficient as possible.

Assessment Tools for Reading

Assessment Tools for Math

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