Intervention Tool Chart :: Math

Looking for an intervention for your students?  The Intervention Tools Chart is designed to be used by educators as a resource to locate interventions, instructional practices, and learning strategies that can be used within an RtI process.  Please note:  the listing of specific tools is not meant as an endorsement by the NYS RtI MS DP or the NYSED.  Rather, it is up to the consumer to research selected tools for evidence of effectiveness.  The chart contains three types of tools that are either free or available for purchase:  commercial programs, instructional practices, and learning strategies.

Number Sense, Operations, Measurement & Data, Algebra, Geometry
Tier I,II

Building Blocks for Math (SRA Real Math) is a supplemental mathematics curriculum designed to develop preschool children’s early mathematical knowledge.  The program uses activities in individual, small, and large group settings. The program uses a combination of materials (Building Blocks for Math PreK software, manipulatives,  print material). Building Blocks for Math embeds mathematical learning in children’s daily activities (i.e. designated math activities, circle, story time).  The goal of tis being to assist children in relating their informal math knowledge to more formal mathematical concepts.

Pre-K Mathematics

Commercial Program
Number Sense, Counting & Cardinality, Operations, Measurement & Data, Geometry

Pre-K Mathematics is a supplemental mathematics curriculum.  It is designed to develop  informal mathematical knowledge and skills of preschool children.  The program makes used of  teacher- guided, small-group activities with concrete manipulatives.  The program also includes DLM Early Childhood Express Math software with math-based activities to reinforce math concepts taught in the classroom.

Saxon Math

Commercial Program
Number Sense, Counting & Cardinality, Operations, Decimals, Fractions, Place Value, Measurement & Data, Algebra, Geometry, Problem Solving, Statistics

Saxon Math is a curriculum for students in grades K–12. In this program, students practice concepts on a daily basis.  New concepts are developed, reviewed, and practiced cumulatively rather than in discrete chapters or units. 

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