From the "Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics," learning differences in math impact about seven percent of children and adolescents. Another 10 percent of students demonstrate persistently low achievement ability in math. Therefore, a multidisciplinary view into the skills and abilities needed for math can help enhance instructional methods. Specifically, this session will look at the underlying fine-motor integration, visual-spatial and language skills that are critical in supporting student success in mathematics. This multidisciplinary team with discuss their theoretical framework related to math instruction and provide evidence-based strategies and practices that promote access to high-level math content for students with learning differences.