Math Special Education Practice October Life Skills and IEP Goals



October math special education set provides students with special education (SPED) life skills goals the opportunity for consistent practice, all the while furnishing teachers with continual data points for monitoring progress.

This specialized math set, tailored for the month of October, comprises 25 individual math problems.

You can utilize the provided objectives to craft suitable IEP goals for your SPED math students.

Employ the SPED life skills set both for practice and to document the achievements of your students.

Instruct students to tackle one math problem per slide each day.

Depending on your group’s needs, you can allow them to work independently or use a whole-group approach to problem-solving.

Ensure that your students maintain a record of their final answers for the daily math warm-ups, as these responses are pivotal for tracking progress and updating the IEP progress monitoring records.

October Math Special Education set includes

  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an October 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)


To pinpoint the specific area of math where a student needs improvement and to establish a relevant goal, make effective use of the SPED math goals and categories.

For students following an alternate curriculum or those focusing on teaching life skills, I often opt for the Mathematical Application Goals.

These particular goals within SPED math provide the flexibility to incorporate nearly every daily practice problem for progress monitoring.

Other goals featured in these practice materials are conveniently denoted in the lower corner of each individual daily bellringer exercise and within the bottom border of the student record-keeping pages.

Keep the pages with the daily math warm-ups as tangible evidence of progress.

Calculate the percentage of correct answers using the students’ responses by dividing the number of correct problems by the total number of sample problems provided.

These SPED math problems have proven effective and are suitable for students ranging from third graders to high school students with IEPs.

Students with special education needs who may benefit from this set include

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


Click here to get this plus 9 more months of math special education curriculum!

*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.

Get your October mat special education set today and help your students learn math life skills!


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