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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! 🙂
Which direction do we go? Who has ever been lost? Trying to navigate a foreign city? In math class, our students can be no different. Many of our children wrestle with directionality. Our kids don’t have to be bewildered. In this 5-minute video by Adrianne Meldrum, CEO of Made For Math, you will find samples of other “directionality gear” that equips students!
Are you a homeschool parent looking for a math curriculum? You could plumb the depths of google, and feel satisfied, or scour Facebook, left with more questions. What are the best options?
We asked our long-term Multisensory Math Specialists and here’s what they said!
Did you know that there are 12 imposing barriers students face when turning in their homework? It’s a dirty dozen made even more potent when our kids feel unsuccessful the entire time they are trying to complete their work. In this 6-minute video, we identify all 12 hazards and give you the gear to get over the walls! It is all about executive functioning and homework. We have four tips that will instantly help your child out of the math mayhem.
Multisensory intervention and compassionate instruction are our cup of tea! The multisensory math tutoring approach, based on the Orton-Gillingham instructional methodology, benefits all students! Though often referred to as Multisensory Math Tutoring, we are math specialists who practice multisensory math intervention.
At MFM, we TEACH MATH to children who have been blessed with the gifts of Dyslexia, ADHD, and autism. But what about reading? Dyslexia on Demand! Online reading instruction!
Download and Listen to Episode 23 (This is a Google Drive file) In this episode, we’ll talk with my good friend Ryan Bates about how to support your teen in writing. Ryan’s background is in history which over the years has changed from the memorization of dates and...