Math Life Skills Worksheets JANUARY Daily Practice and IEP Goals



Get ready to organize your daily math lessons with math life skills worksheets for January!

These problems are not only a great way for students with IEP life skills goals to practice their math skills, but they also provide valuable data for teachers to monitor their progress.

This set of math problems is specifically designed for the month of January and includes a total of 25 individual problems.

Take a look at the goals provided and customize them to create appropriate IEP math goals for your students.

As your students work through these problems, make sure to celebrate their successes and document their achievements.

Each day, take some time to read and solve one math problem.

Depending on your students’ needs, you can either let them work independently or guide them through the problem as a whole group.

Encourage your students to record their final answers, as you will use this information to track their progress.

By keeping track of their answers, you’ll have valuable information to update and record on the IEP progress monitoring.

January Math Life Skills Worksheets includes

  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an January 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)


Use the math goals and categories as a helpful tool to determine which area of math the student needs to improve on and which goal they should focus on.

For students who follow an alternate curriculum or are more focused on life skills, I often recommend the Mathematical Application Goals.

These goals allow the teacher to use almost every daily practice problem for progress monitoring.

You can easily find the other goals represented in the practice by looking at the bottom 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 evidence of their progress.

Calculate the percentage of correct answers by dividing the number of problems they got right by the total number of sample problems given.

Math life skills worksheets are useful for students with special education needs including

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


You need the math life skills bundle for the whole school year that has 10 months of daily special education math worksheets!  Click here to download.

*Special Note: Every goal category is represented in this unit but not every goal is. Please manipulate the goals to work for your students’ IEPs as you see fit.

So, dive into these math life skills worksheets and watch students conquer them one by one!



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