Reflection: Students with Disabilities How Do We Write Numbers? Writing 4 & 5 Review - Section 3: Practice


As an inclusion class, I have students with a wide variety of abilities.  A concern for many of my students is fine motor skills development.  This has become more apparent in the classroom as we work with writing numerals.  Some strategies that I have been using to help my students as we practice writing numerals include: slant boards, pencil grips, colored dots on their numbers that tell them where to start and where to stop, and a variety of writing tools.  I have also had these students work on various fine motor tasks in the morning including: lacing cards, picking up objects with tweezers, stringing beads and cutting play dough.  I am starting to see some improvement, but it is going to take time for the students to develop these skills.

  Helping Students with Fine Motor Skills
  Students with Disabilities: Helping Students with Fine Motor Skills
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How Do We Write Numbers? Writing 4 & 5 Review

Unit 2: Numbers 0-5
Lesson 9 of 16

Objective: Students will be able to name, count, and write numbers four and five.

Big Idea: In this lesson, students practice writing the numbers four and five in shaving cream while practicing their number writing rhymes.

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