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Choose from Attainment's research-based elementary curricula designed for students with an intellectual disability or autism.
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Pathways to Literacy — teaches readiness concepts like cause and effect, concepts of print, and engagement in the reading process. Includes a set of adapted books with corresponding manipulatives.
Early Literacy Skills Builder (ELSB) — incorporates systematic instruction and ongoing assessments to teach alphabetic fundamentals, phonemic awareness, comprehension and beginning fluency. ELSB includes print, software, and iPad app formats. The ELSB Curriculum Plus Kit is included.
Early Reading Skills Builder (ERSB) - is the next step for students who have mastered early literacy foundational skills and are ready to learn to read. Curriculum is a blend of print and software that helps learners blend sounds and segment words regardless of their verbal skills. It has 26 levels with five structured lessons in each.
Building with Stories - serves as a complementary program to ELSB, adapts award-winning commonly read elementary stories. Includes story books plus corresponding manipulatives for added student engagement. All three ELA curricula were successfully evaluated by Project RAISE, a federally funded grant.
Access English Language Arts Grades 3-5 — is an engaging and language-rich curriculum with four units of study that address two major themes: "Reading is Fun!" and "Be a Friend, Not a Bully!" Students will enjoy popular and age-appropriate, adapted text for fictional novels (Superfudge and How to Eat Fried Worms), nonfiction, informational text, and poems.
Write Your Story: Elementary - encourages students to develop their writing skills with a focus on expressing their opinions about the world around them. The photo-illustrated lessons provide discussion topics and writing prompts for the places, people, and activities in a student’s everyday life. There are 35 lessons, grouped into seven unit themes.
Early Numeracy Curriculum — teaches early math concepts and lays a strong foundation for further math instruction. It incorporates systematic instruction with story-based lessons. Early Numeracy teaches counting, 1:1 correspondence, patterns, adding sets, measurement skills, and more. Includes an extensive set of manipulatives. Early Numeracy was successfully evaluated through Project Mastery, a federally funded grant.
Math Skills Builder — provides a multi-year curriculum for students to learn math problem-solving skills with real-world scenarios.
Hands on Math— provides a standards-based program taught with manipulatives to transition students from concrete to abstract math concepts.Instruction is organized by unit, skill area, and lesson. Units include Counting, Sets, Math symbols, Patterns, and Base Ten.
Hands on Math 2 — is a skills-based program for basic math operations, measurement, and fractions. Includes 120 lessons that incorporate the heavily illustrated Look at Math Student Book. The manipulatives, consisting of 12 interchangeable number lines and sets of color coded number pieces, make solving abstract problems easy.
Early Science Curriculum — uses an inquiry process to teach basic science content. Units include: The Five Senses, Rocks and Geology, Earth and Sky, The Life Cycle. Students engage in stories, hands-on experiments, vocabulary development, games, and more. Includes an extensive set of manipulatives.
Simply Science Curriculum— is a standards-based life, physical, earth, and health science curriculum. Simply Science contains 3- and 5-day lesson templates as well as scripted sample lessons. Additional activities, projects, articles, and experiments are included with purchase on the Attainment HUB.
Social Skills at School: Elementary— offers a skills-based curriculum for elementary students to develop an understanding of behavioral cues and expectations of a typical school day. The Teacher’s Guide focuses on 53 relevant social skills, organized in a way that coincides nicely with a typical school day.
Learning to Get Along— is a social skill and character education program for children ages 4–8. It's available in software and in printed book formats. Both feature well-written, attractively illustrated stories that consistently model positive behaviors.
|Subject||English Language Arts, Literacy, Math, Science, Social Skills, Social Studies|