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Below are strategies posts related to Math Literacy.

# Creating a Numbers Book for a Student with Low Vision

This numbers book was created for a student with low vision who is working on number recognition.

# Math Game: Rounding (Nemeth and Place Value)

The object of this spring-themed board game is to practice rounding numbers in a fun and motivating way.

# Simplified Homemade Abacus for Beginning Users

A TVI created this simplified abacus to help her student understand the basic concept, as well as to practice the fine motor skills involved.

# Greater Than or Less Than with UNO

Reinforcing Nemeth skills through virtual instruction during school closures using braille UNO cards with students who are blind or visually impaired

# Activity Ideas To Try While At Home

These tip sheets from Perkins School for the Blind offer activity ideas to try at home.

# Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Shapes Do You See?

This board game gives young children with visual impairments a chance to practice counting, matching, and shape recognition as extensions to the book "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?".

Tips to support a braille student to balance chemical equations

# Making Worksheets More Accessible to Students with CVI

Use an iPad to make worksheets more accessible to students with cortical visual impairment (CVI) and multiple disabilities.

# Tangible Valentine Cards

Activity ideas for making tangible valentines with children who are blind or visually impaired, including those with deafblindness or multiple disabilities

# Touch Math Cards

I made these Touch Math cars for elementary students with visual impairments and additional disabilities to teach numbers and counting.

# Using an Abacus with a Child Who Is Deafblind

These videos demonstrate the use of an abacus to solve addition and subtraction problems with a student who is deafblind with an interpreter using tactile sign, braille, and a teacher.

# Teaching Graphing Transformations

Strategies to teach graphing transformations to students who are blind or visually impaired using a graphing board and push pins to make the graphs accessible

# Creating a Book that Motivates Children with Additional Disabilities: Keys

Creating a book that motivates children who are blind with additional disabilities includes using real objects that a child is interested in such as those that make sounds or have interesting textures

# Teaching UEB Science Signs to Braille Learners

Tips for teaching UEB Science signs to braille learners, including preparing technical materials for science lessons and helping learners understand.

# Math Modification for CVI, Phase III

Tips to modify math worksheets for students with cortical visual impairment, Phase III

# Rollin’ with Math Problems

Create a simple math board game to give braille students practice reading and writing Nemeth, and practicing math facts.

# Pattern Calendar with 3D Printed Shapes

Create 3D printed shapes for a pattern calendar for students who are blind or visually impaired.

# Multi-Skill Braille Cell Muffin Tin Activity

This hands-on activity works on basic concepts and braille readiness skills.

# Making an Advent Calendar Accessible

Make your Advent calendar accessible to children who are blind or deafblind this Christmas using braille.

# Kipper's Toybox

Extend learning opportunities for young children with visual impairments with these ideas for Kipper's Toybox.