**Goals**are in

**Bold**. Ohio Standards are in Green.

**1. _________ will independently identify common preschool shapes, numerals 0-9, and touch objects when counting in 4/5 trials over 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

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*Geometry: Identify, name, create, and describe common two-dimensional L-shapes in the*

*environment and in play situations. Number Sense: Identify and name numerals 0-9. Number Sense: Touch objects and say the number names when counting in the context of*

*daily activities and play (e.g., cookies on a plate, steps on a set of stairs)*

**]**

_________ will independently identify 2-dimensional common preschool shapes in 4/5 trials.

_________ will independently identify numerals 0-9 in 4/5 trials.

_________ will independently touch objects and say the number names when counting in 4/5 trials.

**2.________ will increase his understanding of quantity by identifying numbers and counting different objects up to 20 with minimal (1 cue) prompting in 4/5 recorded opportunities during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

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*Number Sense: Identify and name numerals 0-9. Number Sense: Touch objects and say the number names when counting in the context of daily activities and play (e.g., cookies on a plate, steps on a set of stairs)*]________ will identify the numbers 1-10 independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

When given a number up to 10, ________ will count out the corresponding number of objects with minimal prompting in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will identify the numbers 11-20 independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

When given a number up to 20, ________ will count out the corresponding number of objects with minimal prompting in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**3. Given visual support such as a jig, ________ will place correct number of objects up to 5 needed to complete a task with minimum assistance in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

________ will identify the correct number (1-5) from a field of three independently demonstrated by retrieving an object with given number labeled for a work task (example "get the 4 jig" )in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given a task and visual support such as a jig, ________ will place correct number of objects needed to complete a work task (such as three pencils in a bag) with minimum gestural assistance in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given visual support such as a jig, ________ will retrieve up to 5 items (such as 5 cups to set lunch table) with minimum gestural or visual assistance in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**4. Given minimum assistance, ________ will receptively identify the numbers 11-20 and expressively identify the numbers 1-10 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

Given minimum cues, ________ will receptively identify numbers 11-15 from a field of 3 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, ________ will receptively identify numbers 16-20 from a field of 3 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, ________ will expressively identify numbers 1-10 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**5. Given minimum cues, ________ will count up to 5 objects and give his teacher up to 5 items in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

Given the discriminative stimulus "How many (objects)", ________ will count 1-5 objects with minimum cues in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given the instruction "Give me (number)", ________ will give his teacher up to 5 items (e.g. counters, quarters, edibles...) from a field of 5 given minimum cues in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**6. Given minimum cues, _______ will receptively identify numbers 6-10 from a field of three in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

Given minimum cues, _______ will receptively identify numbers 6 and 7 from a field of three in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will receptively identify numbers 8 and 9 from a field of three in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will receptively identify the number 10 from a field of three in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will expressively identify numbers 1, 2, and 3 using his communication device in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will expressively identify numbers 1, 2, and 3 using his communication device in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will expressively identify numbers 4 an 5 using his communication device in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**7. Given multi-modal support (e.g. color coding, tactile numbers), ________ will demonstrate recognition of numbers 1-5 through a communicative demonstration (e.g. AAC, pointing, clapping) and complete a functional task which incorporates counting up to 5 objects with minimum assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

Given multi-modal support (e.g. color coding, tactile numbers), ________ will demonstrate recognition of numbers 1-5 through a communicative demonstration (e.g. AAC, pointing, clapping) with minimum assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities

Given multi-modal support (e.g. color coding, tactile numbers), ________ will be complete a functional task which incorporates counting up to 5 objects with minimum assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities

8. _______ will match numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 to set and give up to 3 objects to his teacher given minimum cues in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.

8. _______ will match numbers 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 to set and give up to 3 objects to his teacher given minimum cues in 4 out of 5 recorded trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.

Given minimum cues, _______ will match numbers 6, 7, and 8 to set in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, _______ will match numbers 9 and 10 to set in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given the instruction "Give me (number)" and paired with a visual, _______ will give his teacher up to 3 items (e.g. counters, quarters, edibles...) from a field of 5 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**9. Given visual supports, _______ will identify numbers 11-25 from a field of 3 with minimum assistance in 4/5 opportunities during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

Given visual support, _______ will receptively identify 11-15 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given visual support _______ will receptively identify 16-20 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given visual support _______ will receptively identify 21-25 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given visual support, _______ will expressively identify 11-15 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given visual support _______ will expressively identify 16-20 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given visual support _______ will expressively identify 21-25 from a field of 3 in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

**10. Given visual support, _______ will circle the correct amount when given the verbal cue "circle (number/object)" to count objects up to 20 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities**

**during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

*(Math 4: 1.10)*

Given visual support, ________ will circle the correct amount when given the verbal cue "circle (number/object)" to count objects up to 10 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual support, ________ will circle the correct amount when given the verbal cue "circle (number/object)" to count objects up to 20 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities.

**11. Given minimum cues, __________ will correctly match number to set up to 10 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.**

**Given minimum cues, __________ will match number to set up to 10 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.**

Given minimum cues and the directive, "Give me ___," __________ will present the correct number of objects up to 5 correctly in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues, __________ will match number sets to the correct number up to 5 in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**12.**

**will identify and sequence numbers 1-20 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities.**

*(Math 4: 1.1)*

________ will expressively identify numbers 1-10 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities.

________ will expressively identify numbers 11-20 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual support, ________ will sequence numbers 1-10 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities

Given visual support, ________ will sequence numbers 1-20 with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 opportunities

13. Given visual cues _______ will identify and label numbers 11-20 out of a field of three with minimum assistance in 4/5 recorded opportunities, and determine quantities of numbers 1-10 with minimum assistance in 4/5 recorded opportunities

13. Given visual cues _______ will identify and label numbers 11-20 out of a field of three with minimum assistance in 4/5 recorded opportunities, and determine quantities of numbers 1-10 with minimum assistance in 4/5 recorded opportunities

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*(Math 1: 1.1 & 1.4)*

With visual support _______ will receptively identify numbers 11-20 independently in 4/5 opportunities.

With visual support _______ will expressively identify 11-20 independently in 4/5 opportunities.

With visual support _______ will receptively identify quantities of numbers 1-5 with moderate assistance with the prompt "give me___" in 4/5 opportunities out of a field of three.

With visual support _______ will receptively identify quantities of numbers 6-10 with moderate assistance with the prompt "give me___" in 4/5 opportunities out of a field of three.

With visual support _______ will receptively identify quantities 11-20 with moderate assistance with the prompt "give me___" in 4/5 opportunities out of a field of three.

**14. Given visual support, __________ will identify numbers 1 - 12 independently demonstrated by pointing to or retrieving needed items labeled with a numeral, and count up to 5 items to perform meaningful functional tasks during the school day with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 trials**

*.**(Math 5: 1.4)*

Given visual supports,

*such as*touch points, ___________will identify numbers 1 - 10 independently in 4/5 trials

Given visual support, and a verbal directive ("3 minutes"), __________l will identify numbers needed to warm up items in the microwave in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support and verbal directive, ____________ will retrieve box or some other object needed for an activity labeled with numbers between 1 - 5 independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support and verbal directive, ____________ will retrieve box or some other object needed for an activity labeled with numbers between 6 -11 independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support and verbal directive, ____________ will retrieve box or some other object needed for an activity labeled with number 12 independently in 4/5 trials.

**15. Given visual support , __________will count up to 5 items to perform meaningful functional tasks during the school day with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 trials**

**during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

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*(Math 5: 1.4)*

Given visual support, _________ will count out correct number of items

__to 3__to complete an activity needed done in his school environment with minimum gestural cue in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, __________will count out correct number of items

__to 5__to complete an activity needed done in this school environment with minimum gestural cue in 4/5 trials.

**Goals Only:**

**16. __________ will receptively and expressively identify and sequence numbers 1-50 with minimal gestural or verbal assistance with 80% accuracy in five trials during 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**