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The adaptation of topics and activities in the area of Mathematics is essential for people who need visual keys to understand mathematical concepts. Along with the manipulative experience, the use of materials adapted with pictograms is another basis for the acquisition of this type of significant learning in the case of people who have difficulties in communication and cognitive accessibility.

Here are some links and screenshots contained in the ARASAAC portal, made with pictograms by the users themselves. If you want to view the complete material of each of the tabs, click on the download links.

Teacch Material – Veo-veo – Counting from 1 to 3

Teacch Story – Count from 1 to 10 – The elephants.

TEACCH Material – Chewing Gum Machine – We count from 1 to 10

We learn the numbers from 1 to 10

From 0 to 10 – Eight different ways of working the numbering

TEACCH Material – Count from 1 to 10

I learn the numbers and associate the quantity

Posters numbered from 1 to 10

TEACCH Material – We learn the numbers from 1 to 20

Cards and posters to work the ordinal and cardinal numbers

Adapted book of Mathematics – Infant and Primary

Mathematics Notebook – 1

Mathematics Notebook – 2

TEACCH Material – Mathematical Ladybugs

Introduction to the sum of sets

We play and work series, sums and major-minor-equal

We work the sum from 1 to 20

TEACCH Material – The Mathematical Bus

Math Games – Roll the Dice

Troubleshooting templates

Math Skills – Solving Addition and Subtraction Problems

Math Problems – Addition or Subtraction?

I learn to solve mathematical problems

Simple problem solving templates and tailored E.P. control

ABN Method – Exercises and problems – 1st Primary Education

Problem solving notebook – 2nd and 3rd grade of Primary