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We know that providing individualized learning options can be difficult and a ton of extra work for you as a special education teacher. That’s why these numeracy work tasks include 9 activities with 3 levels of difficulty, designed for secondary students with severe disabilities that are working on lower grade level skills. Each activity targets a specific numeracy concept, ensuring that students of all abilities can build their skills.


The graphics and fonts for these tasks were chosen to be age appropriate and motivating for secondary students. Each task is suitable for year-round use & comes in 3 levels. Students can practice their number and counting skills without being overwhelmed, building confidence and independence with math.


Set 2 focuses on basic numeracy skills and includes 9 tasks total (each at 3 levels).

Task 1: Counting 1-10

Task 2: Counting 1-20

Task 3: Ten Frame Counting

Task 4: Subitizing

Task 5: Number Order

Task 6: Writing Numbers

Task 7: Number Representations

Task 8: Comparing Numbers

Task 9: Identify More & Less


Independent Work Tasks for Secondary Students help to:

✅ Maintain and generalize previously learned skills

✅ Increase student confidence and reduced behaviors

✅ Increase fluency

✅ Give you extra hands in the classroom when you free up a paraprofessional

✅ Teach students structure and routine

✅ Decrease prompt dependency

Numeracy Independent Work Tasks for Secondary Students


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