4 Math IEP Goals for Kindergarten Representing Addition Up To Five | TeachTastic
Updated: Dec 4, 2022
As an educator, you want to make sure that each and every student has the opportunity to be successful. You also know that creating individualized education plans (IEPs) can be a lot of work.
It's hard enough to find time to plan differentiated instruction, let alone create goals for each student on your caseload.
We've done the hard part for you! This list of 4 math IEP goals for Kindergarten, representing addition up to five, is ready-to-use and aligned with major curriculum frameworks. Plus, they're scaffolded so that students can achieve mastery at their own pace.
Standard Targeted IEP Goal K.OA.A.1 Represent Addition and Subtraction with Objects or Drawings
IEP Goal - By (date), when given problems with addition, the student will represent addition with objects, improving operations and algebraic thinking skills from 0/10 work samples out of ten consecutive trials to 8/10 work samples in ten consecutive trials.
Teaching Resource: IEP Goal Math Objective Workbook
IEP Goal Workbook: An all-inclusive solution for IEP goal teaching, assessment, and progress monitoring