This study assessed the effectiveness of a program aimed at improving the early numeracy skills of students with moderate intellectual disability. The persistence of the acquired skills and the program’s impact on learning were monitored. Feedback from the students and their mothers was also gathered. Using a multiple-probe design across subjects, the results were visually presented through graphical analysis. Three male students aged 8–9 years participated. After obtaining high-reliability findings from reliability analyses, results showed the program effectively increased students’ number skills with a high effect size. These skills persisted post-intervention, and both students and mothers expressed positive views of the intervention.