Math Facts to Memory (Volume 1)
Teach students with dyscalculia and dyslexia how to add and subtract within 10 using multisensory interventions. In-depth lessons using systematic, explicit instruction with hands-on activities, morphology, and games.
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Is your student facing challenges with math facts? Join Made for Math's CEO, Adrianne Meldrum, and Operations Manager, Heather Brand, as they chat with Dr. Eugenie Kestel, a researcher and educator with a passion for supporting students with learning differences, as...
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In this video, Made for Math’s CEO Adrianne Meldrum and Professor Brian Butterworth discuss working memory, number sense, and subitizing. You'll hear an insightful conversation about navigating dyscalculia research and translating that knowledge into something useful...
RESEARCH & WEBINARS
We have a series of informative webinars that cover all kinds of helpful topics to help you on your journey with your child’s different way of learning. These webinars are primarily geared toward parents and offer great insight to those seeking answers in their child’s education.
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Number sense is a student’s ability to understand, relate, and connect numbers. It includes the ability to understand quantities and concepts like more and less. Here are some number sense tips to help.
Math facts seem to be a struggle for many students. You don’t have to drill the flash cards over and over. There are a lot of other more helpful ways to learn those math facts and have them stick.
Multisensory Math is what we focus on at MFM. It is a different way of thinking about teaching math and was developed by Marilyn Zecher. It uses objects to teach the concepts of math. This method leads to the use of pictures to provide a kind of portable memory which supports processing at the abstract level which uses only numbers. It is very beneficial in teaching children with learning differences.
At MFM we believe that everyone is Made for Math! Not all brains are wired the same, and that’s ok. We primarily work with kids with Autism, ADHD, Dyscalculia, Dyslexia and other learning differences. We have a method that is highly successful in teaching these children math. We have a lot of resources availiable to you to learn more.