SNAP - Student Numeracy Assessment Progressions

SNAP is the concise, diagnostic, individual assessment in early numeracy course that classroom teachers and special educators have been looking for!

The two-day SNAP training targets these goals:

This two-day program draws from Teaching Number in the Classroom with 4-8 Year-Olds by Wright, Stanger, Stafford, and Martland (2006).

Who Should Take SNAP?

SNAP is most appropriate for pre-kindergarten, kindergarten, and first grade. The SNAP interview-style assessment provides teachers with immediate data that indicates a child’s development along six progressions.

This data is essential in planning instruction that differentiates for a range of student development on each progression. The classroom summary profile folder provides clear direction for designing lessons that will ensure progress for each child.

 SNAP may also be used to identify children in need of more thorough diagnostic assessment and intervention as is provided in the Math Recovery® Specialist program.