Visual-spatial processing is the ability to tell where objects are in space. It is the ability to form mental representations of how objects appear and to move these representations in the mind. This
...type of mental imagery is essential for math. These instructional strategies and activities include drawing representations of problems to find the answer, visualizing angles and shapes, and critical thinking skills.
Arithmetic word problems offer a large array of language development opportunities, particularly for children with hearing loss. Learn how you can use division word problems to help your child discove
...r the nuances of conversation.
Arithmetic word problems offer a large array of language development opportunities, particularly for children with hearing loss. Learn how you can use subtraction word problems to help your child disc
...over the nuances of conversation.
Mathematics begins with a number sentence that represents numbers and how to manipulate them which produces an answer at the end. Instructional strategies and activities include combining quantities,
... developing awareness of number families for addition and subtraction; finding the missing number; writing number sentences and understanding arrays.
This bundle of instructional stategies includes information and activties for using prior knowledge, cooperative learning, goal setting, key information, effort v. practice, comparison, and visual org
...anizers. 71 pages. Use with all ability levels.
Nonlinguistic representation to support learning. Teach in ways to help students visually process information. Using graphic organizers, physical models, pictures, and kinesthetic activities. Include
...s fillable forms and ideas for sensory activities. See BUNDLE at S0XTEA0815.
These activities and worksheets cover various aspects of using number words, ordinals, prefixes (uni-, bi-, tri-, etc.), and shapes. Activities include choosing a number word, drawing by following ins
...tructions, sentence practice, decoding number words in text, and critical thinking.
Success in mathematics requires multiple brain processes to function simultaneouSZy. Instructional strategies and activities include completing number patterns, sequencing and solving sequential word
...problems, the Fibonacci Sequence, and sequence in changes in matter.
Teacher information that supports sequential memory. Instructional strategies include suggestions for teaching ordering events, actions, and things for an active and competent sequential memory in stu
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