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Can you spot the signs of dyscalculia? How do you know if your child is struggling with dyscalculia? Consider these three mini-sketches: Joey is a preschooler, full of life, has the gift of the gab, and struggles mightily with sorting and counting. Libby is a...
Coefficient. What is it? How does it work in mathematics? In this video, we’ll show you its origins along with how it works. Our definition is student-friendly too!
“How can I know that multisensory math will work for my child?” “I’ve tried other programs, how can I determine how my child will progress with multisensory math intervention?” There are four factors that help predict the speed at which remediation occurs. Will Multisensory Math intervention help math stick? Find out here
Out of the corner of my eye, I could see her tiny frame shrinking. She looked down and twirled her pencil in both hands, downcast. I witnessed the residual impact of academic wounding. Two weeks later, I saw her writing happily in her math journal in the corner of my eye. Her face was soft and relaxed. What made the difference? What is academic wounding? What are the four paths to healing?
How often are our children’s hands engaged with math manipulatives? Could the absence or underuse of great math tools be hindering our students? We at Made for math are descendants of Sagacious Multisensory Math Pioneers. One of which is Marilyn Zecher, who says, “when the hands are engaged, so is the attention.” In the spirit of the hands-on learning that connects with our kids, we’ve created a Top-10 list of math tools that we love!
Sequencing you say? “I’m lost. I don’t know the next step to solving this math problem.”“I’m lost. I don’t know how to help my child with math.” It can be disorienting and frustrating when you don't know where to go or what to do next! Who wants...
After investigating her son’s school planner, she said, ” (I am) very DISMAYED.” The executive function liabilities of our children + the increased workloads in secondary learning leave many children’s school planners looking like dumpster fires. Is there a more practical planner available for students with learning differences?
What happens when an 8th grader performing at the 4th grade level in mathematics meets Made for Math? And then let’s say that same 8th grader moves from homeschool to public school and complicating the transition is this young man being dropped in a math class far above his level? See the power of multisensory math intervention in this 3-minute video by Adrianne Meldrum, founder, and CEO!
Do your students mix up + and -? When they see “x,” do they divide? What about large or sloppy numbers that spill over into other math problems? We are in the realm of visual processing here! In this 3-minute video, we give you ONE incredible tip with two illustrations. This will help EVERY child with dyslexia, dysgraphia, or dyscalculia! The tool featured in the video is one of our favorites, Bitpaper. It’s a collaborative whiteboard. This BIG strategy is actually easy and straightforward!
Multisensory Math is the HALLMARK of good teaching. But, how can I learn more about it? What resources are out there? In less than 5-minutes, we give you the basic multisensory math mini-library! This collection of tools includes books, curriculum, and experts in the field! Here is your official resource of resources! 🙂