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Kindergarten, First and Second Grade Math for Special Education & Intervention

The price of this bundle is 20% off the cost of buying each resource separately.

Step-by-Step Math to Mastery™ makes clear and sequential math instruction easy.

Lessons in this bundle take students seamlessly from kindergarten through second grade math standards. "Open and teach" lesson workbooks are easy to use for teachers, paraeducators, and parents.


This K-2 Math Bundle Includes 15 Resources:

You will receive a link to download a zipped folder containing 15 PDF files. 

(File size 502 MB)

3 Years of Step-by-Step Math Instruction
2,400+ pages
461 Lessons
75 Reviews
31 Tests
450+ Place Value & Number Sense Practice Pages
Fluency Timings & Flashcards


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Numbers 0 to 20 Count, Read, & Write Numbers

Shapes: Flat and Solid  Practice Sheets

1st Grade:

Numbers 1 to 120 Place Value & Number Sense Daily Practice

Addition and Subtraction: Numbers to 10

Addition and Subtraction: Word Problems

Addition and Subtraction: Three Addends and Teen Numbers

Addition and Subtraction: Fact Families, Missing Addends, Making Ten

Addition & Subtraction Timings, Flashcards & Games

2nd Grade:

Numbers 120 to 999 Place Value & Number Sense Daily Practice

Hundreds:  Expanded Form, Comparing, & Rounding Off

Addition with Regrouping

Subtraction with Regrouping

Fractions: Basic Concepts

Telling Time to the Nearest 5 Minutes

Counting Money: Coins and Dollar Bills

Teacher with Special Education Students

Teacher Feedback:

❤️ “Thank you for this! I have found that these units are THE BEST materials I have used for my math groups in my special education class (from TpT or curriculum materials). The direct instruction model is exactly what we need! These are also awesome resources for my assistants with the clear directions for what the teacher should say and do. I can just print the unit I want them to teach and let them go!" -Martha C.


❤️ “I use this resource for my self-contained classroom and I love how the activities are differentiated so that my students have autonomy and confidence while completing math assignments. I definitely recommend this resource to use as an intervention for small groups. My students and I love these math activities because they are so engaging." -Allison G.


❤️ “I’ve started using this as an intervention for my students who are 1-2 grade levels lower than expected. They are doing so much better! I appreciate that there is more than one worksheet for each concept and I can choose which ones I want to use. It’s been an extremely helpful resource to provide extra practice for students." -Andrea K.


❤️ “This resource is wonderful! I have used with intensive learning support students and it really covers the content step-by-step. Students are able to achieve mastery." -Bethany S.


❤️ “This is an amazing resource!!! I use this in both after school tutoring and with my special education students during the regular school day. Thank you so much for making my life so much easier!!!" -Christine K.


❤️ “This is an AMAZING resource for special ed. I used this to support a student who had IEP goals that matched the goals of this resource." -Erika S.


❤️ “This resource is easy to use and matches the description. It has been helpful for me to use with our resource room instructional aide as she works with small groups and individual students on their math goals." -Kim C.


Have Questions?

I recognize this is a large purchase. If you have any questions before buying, please contact me by emailing angela@mathtomastery.com

Watch a video overview of Step-by-Step Math to Mastery or read the transcript here.

You can also download a free placement test.



Step-by-Step Math to Mastery™ resources:

Make math easier to understand.

  • Help students over math hurdles with clear, sequential, scaffolded lessons.
  • Prevent overwhelm. Build student confidence.

Make math easier to teach.

  • Save hours of planning and piecing together materials.
  • Paraeducators can deliver quality instruction independently. Open & teach.



Reasons You'll Love Step-by-Step Math to Mastery™ Resources

  • Boosts student confidence and progress
  • Lightens teacher workload
  • Time-saving: print and teach
  • Easy prep: only black ink is needed
  • Easy to teach, paraeducator-friendly
  • Example IEP goals and shorter term objectives
  • Consistent & predictable format
  • Lots of practice repetitions
  • Scaffolded with structured workspaces
  • Fewer problems on a page, white space, minimal visual clutter
  • Tied to standards
  • Explicit/Direct instruction
  • Systematic & sequential
  • Mastery approach--teaching one topic at a time, one strategy at a time
  • Lessons have "I Can" statements, model problems, guided practice, & independent practice
  • Each workbook can be used individually as a stand-alone intervention for that skill or they can be used together, taking students from the basics of number sense and addition in first grade all the way to dividing fractions and decimals in fifth grade.
  • Can also be used with older students (middle & high school) to help fill the gaps in their learning.


About the Author

Hi! I am a Special Education & Title 1 teacher interested in task analysis. My resources break tasks into small and explicit steps, reducing cognitive load for learners so they can feel successful and confident rather than overwhelmed and reluctant to try. I also strive to lighten the workload of teachers by making resources as practical and easy-to-use as possible. I sincerely hope my work can benefit you and your students.

I appreciate your support and feedback!



Terms of Use

Copyright © Angela Dansie, All rights reserved. This product is to be used by the original purchaser for single class use only. You may not put this product on the internet where it could be publicly found and downloaded. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. If you want to share this resource with colleagues, please purchase additional licenses. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use only.

Thank you for respecting these terms of use.


What Makes These Resources Special?

Designed For Students Who Need a Math Curriculum That:

✔ Targets ONE skill at a time

✔ Provides enough practice to master that skill (instead of "spiraling" back to it later)

✔ Breaks tasks down into small reliable steps

✔ Prevents overwhelm with fewer problems on a page, more white space, and no visual clutter

✔ Has short lessons with a predictable format

✔ Accommodates for special needs with larger print, simple language, and clear step-by-step instruction

✔ Introduces new material at a slower pace

✔ Is appropriate for any age


Created For Teachers Who Want Resources To:

✔ Be carefully sequenced, taking students smoothly from point A to point B without gaps

✔ Be research-based with model, guided practice, and independent practice problems

✔ Present each lesson objective as a simple "I Can . . . " statement

✔ Teach foundational skills and concepts tied directly to standards

✔ Include example IEP goals and objectives

Be easy for paraeducators and parents to use

✔ Save planning and prep time (simply print and teach)

✔ Not have parts and pieces to manage (everything in one lesson workbook)

Who Can Benefit From These Math Lessons?

These math resources have been used in special education and intervention settings at the elementary, middle school, and high school levels. They've been used by homeschooling families, math tutors, and Title 1 and ELL teachers.

These step-by-step lessons could benefit all students, especially students who have:

• Attention difficulties—minimal visual clutter, short lessons, simple instructions, clear stopping point

• Learning disabilities—objectives are carefully sequenced in small chunks with explicit step-by-step instruction and many practice repetitions

• Slower processing speed—accuracy is emphasized rather than speed; mastering a skill will increase automaticity

• Language difficulties—Receptive Language: Teacher directions and vocabulary are simple, consistent, and concise. Expressive Language: Rather than asking students with limited verbal skills to ‘explain their thinking’, teach them how to state the steps they are following.

• Executive functioning difficulties—clear expectations and predictable routine, organized and straightforward layout

• Fine motor issues—larger font and space for writing answers; students are not asked to write many words or sentences.

What is a "Lesson Workbook"?

✎ Each lesson is presented in model, guided practice, independent practice format.

There are no separate lesson plans or teacher manuals, everything is included in a simple workbook. Written step-by-step instructions help the teacher be clear and consistent during modeling and guided practice. The written steps can be used to help you “think out loud” while you demonstrate. Independent practice problems give students a chance to master each “chunk” before moving on to the next lesson.

✎ Step-by-step task analysis is included next to each model.

Teachers may give a student’s workbook to a paraeducator or parent without needing to explain how to teach each skill. All they need to do is follow the step-by-step models and gradually fade prompts during guided practice. Once teachers are familiar with the format, they can make adjustments to fit the pacing and number of practice repetitions each student needs.

✎ Easy to use. Print and teach.

Save hundreds of hours of planning and preparation time. I suggest printing the cover on card stock and the remaining workbook pages double-sided. Bind the workbook together using what you have (staple, spiral binding, three-hole-punched in a binder, or with binder rings). The method I used was a double-hole-punch at the top, fastening booklets together with two 1” binder rings. I chose this method because I didn’t want anything on the sides of the pages to interfere with handwriting. After outlining what I planned to teach during the coming month, I would spend a couple hours of my prep time printing and assembling workbooks. After that, math time was nearly prep-free until we came to the end of the workbook and began the process again.

Student Progress

"Angela's math resources are perfect for my multi-level special education class. They provide straight-forward simple directions and visually UNcluttered pages. Our regular education math curriculum is confusing and visually overstimulating. My students have made great progress using your math units! Thank you!!! I wish there were a higher rating." --Amy C.

"I am using several of these units with a couple of students who experienced prenatal alcohol and drug exposure . . . I have seen the students I purchased this for go from being completely overwhelmed and shut down in math to being excited to show me their progress each day. I cannot recommend these highly enough!" --Melissa H.

"My 4th and 5th grader students with learning disabilities are finally feeling successful in math! Your math interventions have been a lifesaver for my students, their gen ed teachers, and me! No more spending hours trying to find work that meets their needs and aligns to what is happening in the classroom."--Kimberly D.

"I love the approach and routine to your math units and the multiplication was no exception! Students with Intellectual Disability were multiplying with pride and parents were very tickled! Great evidenced-based structure." --Melissa G.

"Simple steps and explanations helped my ELL students tremendously. Thank you." --L. G.

"I used this resource to teach a child from Somalia how to regroup with subtraction. The explicit instruction was instrumental in helping the child conceptualize regrouping. I also appreciate the numerous sheets available for additional practice. Thank you!" --Baudelina A.

"This has been AMAZING for my learning support 2nd graders!!! They're finally feeling success!!" --Laurie M.

"This is amazing. I'm using it with a 6th grade tutoring student who has autism. He is making great progress already!" --Kimberly F.

"We have struggled a lot getting my 4th grader with autism to understand multiplication. With this bundle it's been a breeze. The large font and small amounts of problems on each page have prevented him from being overwhelmed... I'm really thankful to this bundle and can't wait to get more." --Viola P.

"I wish that there was an A+ option for how amazing this resource is! ... My intervention students have blossomed with using this resource. It is extremely thorough and guides the students through scaffolded steps to achieve competency. Couldn't ask for a better resource!" --Lindsey D.

Where Do I Start?

The free placement test can assist you in identifying learning gaps and finding the lesson workbooks that address those skills. Download a free placement test HERE.

Each workbook can be used individually as a stand-alone intervention for that skill or they can be used together, taking students from the basics of addition and place value in first grade all the way to dividing fractions in fifth grade.

These materials can also be used with older students to help fill the gaps in their learning. No grade levels are printed on workbook pages.

Who Created These Materials?

Hi! I’m a Special Education (K-12 Mild/Moderate) and Title 1 (Intervention) teacher with 12 years of experience teaching in elementary schools in Wyoming and Idaho.

I’ve taught at data-driven schools with high expectations for achievement. It was a leap of faith for me to abandon the district-purchased math curriculum that was not working for my students and create my own lessons based on what I had learned in my college courses. It paid off, though, as my students started to like math and became confident and willing to do more and more.

My students on IEPs consistently performed well on the standardized math tests with scores comparable to their non-IEP peers. My wonderful paraeducator enjoyed teaching with these workbooks because of the organization, clarity, and predictable routine.

I am happy for the opportunity to share my work with you. I sincerely hope these resources will benefit you and your students.

I love to hear about your experiences teaching with these resources. Please feel free to email me or write a review below!

--Angela Dansie

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Digital Learning & Learning at Home

For students who struggle with math, I recommend teaching new material using paper and pencil rather than a screen if possible. Print a workbook (or a portion of a workbook) for each student to work on at home. These workbooks are step-by-step and easy for parents to use with their children. No teacher manual or scripted lesson plan is needed (also, no logins or software to worry about).

Digital, paperless resources can be helpful when reviewing and practicing previously learned skills. You can find my digital resources HERE on TPT.

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You May: Print and use this product in your classroom or home; Allow paraeducators to use these materials with your students; Share my store link with others if they wish to acquire this product.

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No part of any resource may be uploaded to the internet in any form, including classroom websites or shared drives. I do make an exception in the case of school closures that necessitate distance learning. In that case, you may make the resource available to your students only. Be sure that the method of delivery is password protected.

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