This is an ERIC article that contains some discussion of the similarities and differences between some of the common math issues experienced by students on the autism spectrum and those with nonverbal learning disabilities. It also contains instructional strategies and approached for math i more

So, this is totally cheesy - but fun. Square One was a math tv show for kids on PBS way back in the day. It's very dated now (watch the music videos if you want a laugh), but really funny and would still be entertaining to elementary age students. Individual sketches are availab more

Here are 12 math games that you could use in your future classroom. I really liked the idea of Jenga math; this gives students a familiar game but with math facts on the blocks.

This website offers an extensive list of math manipulatives that could be utilized during instructions or for home use. In addition, online math manipulatives, math apps, and resources are listed for further assistance.

A sample lesson to familiarize pre-service teachers with the required elements of an effective lesson

This is a website with free lessons and teaching strategies related to the Common Core. While this website has resources for most subjects, their section on math has many great links to websites that have lesson plans, games, activities, etc. all related to the Common Core. This would be a more

This link provides 7 great FREE apps that have manipulatives for math. All these apps could be used for either early childhood or elementary education.

A Plus Math is a great website for families that are looking for extra help at home. It flashcards, worksheets, games, and homework help. The only issue I could see is homework help. It will tell scholars answers to questions, but it walks them through step by step. If this tool was not abused, i more