Math Life Skills Curriculum FEBRUARY Daily SPED Math and IEP Goals



Start your day with a fun math life skills curriculum practice!

The design of these daily exercises help students with IEP life skills goals practice math in a special education setting.

Not only will your students benefit from the frequency of these practice sessions, but you as their teacher will also gather valuable data points for progress monitoring.

This math life skills curriculum is specifically for the month of February and includes 25 unique math problems.

You can use the provided goals to tailor the math goals in your students’ Individualized Education Plans (IEPs).

Encourage your students to use this set to practice and celebrate their successes in math.

To implement these warm-ups, simply have your students read and solve one math problem per day.

Depending on the needs of your group, you can either let them work independently or guide them through the problem-solving process as a whole group.

Make sure your students record their final answers.

This will not only help them keep track of their progress but also enable you to monitor their growth and update their IEP progress monitoring accordingly.

February Math Life Skills Curriculum includes

  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with a February themed border
  • Answer Key for Each Question
  • IEP Goals for Math with 7 Categories and 22 Goals
  • Student Recording Sheet with Questions
  • Student Recording Sheet Blank Template
  • How to Use Directions
  • Google Downloads for each (not editable)


Discover the math categories to assist in identifying the specific area of mathematics where the student could benefit from improvement.

This also includes the IEP goal that should be the student’s primary focus.

In the case of students following an alternate curriculum or emphasizing life skills, I frequently opt for the Mathematical Application Goals.

These objectives provide an excellent opportunity for progress monitoring with daily math practice problem.

The goals within the practice exercises are clearly designated in the lower corner of each individual daily bellringer practice and within the bottom border of the student record keeping pages.

Keep the student record keeping pages as tangible proof of progress.

Utilize the student’s responses to calculate the percentage of correct answers by dividing the number of problems answered correctly by the total number of sample problems provided.

Please note that all students participating in these math life skills curriculum were engaged in functional life skills in my classes.

Easily adjust the goals listed to suit the unique needs of each individual student.

Great to use for students with special education needs including

  • intellectual disabilities
  • autism
  • specific learning disabilities
  • functional life skills goals


This is part of a sped math bundle that has 10 months of daily special education math.  Click here to download the bundle.

*Special Note: Every goal category of the daily math warm ups is represented in this unit but not every goal is. Please manipulate the goals to work for your students’ IEP sped math needs as you see fit.

Let’s make math life skills curriculum engaging and enjoyable for every student in your class!


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