Special Ed Math Programs MARCH Daily Life Skills Practice and IEP Goals



Teacher-created special ed math programs provide daily math warm-up exercises for students with Individualized Education Program (IEP).

Math based life skills practice gives an opportunity for regular math support within special education (SPED) settings.

They also offer the teacher valuable ongoing data points to monitor students’ progress.

This specific set of math warm-ups is designed for the month of March and includes 25 individual math problems.

You can utilize the provided goals to tailor math objectives to meet your students’ IEP requirements. Utilize this SPED math set for practice and to document your students’ achievements.

Every day, instruct the students to engage with a single math problem from the provided set.

Depending on the specific needs of your group, you can offer them the option to work independently or guide them collectively in a group setting.

It’s important to motivate the students to keep a record of their final answers from these daily math warm-up exercises, as these responses are valuable for tracking their progress and maintaining updated IEP progress monitoring records.

March Special Ed Math Programs includes

  • 25 Bell Ringer Slides with an March 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)


Employ the math goals and categories to assist in identifying the specific area (category) of math where a student needs improvement and the goal they should prioritize.

For students following an alternate curriculum or receiving specialized instruction in life skills within special education, the Mathematical Application Goals are often the preferred choice.

These goals enable the teacher to incorporate nearly every daily practice problem into progress monitoring.

You can find the other goals indicated on the individual daily bellringer practice sheets in the lower corner, as well as within the bottom border of the student record-keeping pages.

It’s important to retain the student record-keeping pages as evidence of progress.

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

These problems have been used successfully with students ranging from third graders to high school students with IEPs

Useful for students with special education needs including

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


Get March plus 9 other months of daily special education math for the entire school year.  Click here to download the sped math 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.

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