Math Special Education Curriculum Life Skills Year Long Life Skills Bundle



Math special education curriculum for an entire school year allows students with IEP life skills goals daily practice while giving the teacher of record ongoing data points for progress monitoring.

This set has 10 months (August-May) and features 25 individual math life skills worksheets for each month.

Use the supplied goals to create appropriate IEP math goals for your students.

The math special education curriculum set provides practice and documentation your students’ successes.

Read and work out the math problem for one slide a day.

Depending on your group, give them time to work independently or work the problem out with them in a whole group approach.

Have your students record their final answers to the daily math warm ups.

Then, use their answers to track their progress and record on the IEP progress monitoring.

Math Special Education Curriculum Year Long Bundle includes

  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an August themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an September themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an October themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an November themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an December themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an January themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an February themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an March themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an April themed border
  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an May themed border
  • Student Recording Sheet with Questions for each month
  • Answer Key for Each Question for each month
  • IEP Goals for Math with 7 Categories and 22 Goals
  • Student Recording Sheet Blank Template
  • How to Use Directions
  • Google Downloads for each month (not editable)


Utilize the math goals and categories to help you determine what math category each student needs to improve on.

Then, select and edit a goal the students should focus on.

For students with alternate curriculum and those with a life skills focus in special education, I often choose the Mathematical Application Goals.

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

Other math goals across the practice are labeled in the bottom corner of the individual daily practice and within the bottom border of the student record keeping pages.

Save the student record keeping pages as your evidence for progress.

Use the student’s answers to calculate the percent correct by dividing the number of problems correct with the number of sample problems given.

Useful for students with special education needs including

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


The special education problems included have been utilized with fourth-graders through high schools students with IEPs.

All students were working on functional math life skills.

The sped math goals listed can be modified to fit each of your students.

Have your whole year ready to go by downloading the math special education curriculum life skills today!



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