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Creative ways to practice addition facts

Any suggestion on how to practice addition facts?  I am teaching an autistic child, and want to find creative ways to reinforce the basic addition tables.  Thank you.
In Topics: Helping my child with math
> 60 days ago

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Kcaligurl
Kcaligurl writes:
Autism is a developmental disorder impacting the brain's development of social and communication skills. The severity of autism varies greatly from one individual to another. many autistic children are able to learn math facts when the teaching methods align with their strengths and interests. As with any other student, successfully learning math facts may be challenging for a child with autism or she may find that she greatly enjoys math and picks up the concepts quickly

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