# Touch math

Touch Math and a FREE Set of Touch Point Number Posters

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Are you familiar with Touch Math? This visually based approach can be perfect for our learners. It embeds prompting & utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves! Today we highlight why Touch Math is great for students with Autism on our blog ~ From theautismhelper.com

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One of the ways we learn to add and subtract in our classroom!! Touch point math! Great visual to teach parents the touch points.

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Eli, 2 1/2, loved it. Good for color and number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills.

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Touch Point Math worksheet People think I'm crazy when I tell them this is how I learned to add.

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Touch Math Money: I like the way that counting money is divided into skip counting units of 5

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This is a presentation showing how to teach "touch math" to students. The touch math method has proven itself as an important asset to the special education teacher, as it can help increase comprehension for tactile or kinesthetic learners. This is a great introduction and overview that is a must-see before teaching touch math!

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Touch points with Ten Frames. FREE

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Printable TouchMath Number Line | Here are some tools we use in class to help us with our math!

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This bundle is made up of my touch math addition practice worksheets and my touch math subtraction worksheets. There are 16 practice worksheets in all and answer keys are provided.See the individual products here:Touch Math AdditionTouch Math Subtraction

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