TouchMath succeeds where others fall short.
See how TouchMath measures up against other methods of teaching math.
Decades of research have proven that TouchMath is an effective way to teach mathematics – and emerging research continues to shed light on why our approach works so well with so many students.
From educators who use TouchMath every day
“Our students have been thriving using TouchMath for addition and subtraction. They’ve made more progress in the first three months of school than they did all of last year. It’s an incredible program.”
2nd Grade Math Teacher
“The products are wonderful, and I actually talked to people that could fix a mistake I made when I ordered. Phenomenal customer service!”
Special Needs Educator
TouchMath Pro is our award-winning, adaptive software that empowers educators to personalize learning for targeted intervention, and gives students meaningful and accessible lessons to grow their math skills — all in a flexible digital interface that easily adapts for in-person, distance, and blended learning.
Easy to Teach
Easy to Learn
Three-Dimensional Manipulatives Help All Students More Easily Grasp Math Concepts
YEARS OF STUDENT SUCCESS
Our Standards-Aligned Curriculum is Backed by Decades of Research
TouchMath was founded by a teacher, and we continue to create the tools that lead our industry in ease of adoption, uniformity of deployment, efficacy, student success, and math confidence. Decades of research show the broad effectiveness of TouchMath and explain why our approach works for so many students.
TouchMath Recruits Nearly the Whole Brain to Ensure Student Engagement
Our unique multi-sensory approach allows students to see, say, touch, and hear math concepts — flooding the mind with learning-aligned inputs, and easily moving students along the Concrete-Representational-Abstract (C-R-A) continuum.
TouchMath is Proven Effective for All Students who Struggle with Math
All students are capable of learning basic math and arithmetic — whether or not they have a formal diagnosis of dyscalculia, a math learning disability. Our research-proven approach works for students where others don’t because our methods engage more of the students senses, and operate on the most developed and elemental parts of the human mind.