I am a brand new first year elementary special Ed teacher. I teach 4th grade and pull students for small group instruction. I am having a lot of trouble in my math block. I only have 4 students but 3 of them are at a fairly similar level One of them is EXTREMELY low. The rest of my group is able to compare numbers up to the millions place .... This student has trouble telling me more vs less for single digit numbers. I am trying to differentiate everything we do and back track for her, but she is the only one in my group at her level. When she sees that she is getting different tests/hw/lessons than the rest of the she gets discouraged and she already has very low confidence. She needs constant one on one assistance and had trouble with basic number sense (the rest of my group is at a 3rd/4th grade level) How do I differentiate for her without making it too obvious she is not at the same level as the rest of my group?? I can't even really break of my class to do stations because she would need her own group and if o try doing everyone on their own (which I've tried) I run out of time in my period! Help!!