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Dyscalculia is a learning disability that affects one’s ability to learn mathematics, as compared to same age peers who receive identical instruction. It may cause difficulty with counting, working memory for numbers, ability to recognize patterns, time, sense of direction, estimation of distance and volume, math facts, and procedures. Dyscalculia is a lifelong condition that can impact academic and economic progress as well as self-esteem.  

 

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TouchMath is made up of five components: curriculum, manipulatives, software, training, and learning aids. Each component is built on research-proven practices and designed to be, “Easy to Teach and Easy to Learn.” Depending on your students’ needs, you may need some or all of the components. 

 

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TouchMath has a lot of components that can be arranged to meet a variety of needs. Your implementation counselor is here to right-size your solution to each classroom’s needs, and can answer questions on specific state alignments, funding sources, training, efficacy, and more. 

 

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Learning simple math can be hard for your students. From our standards-aligned curriculum to our engaging manipulatives and learning aids, each of our components are designed to be “Easy to Teach, East to Learn”. We have created recommendations for home, schools and classrooms, and districts

 

If you aren’t sure where to begin, click here to book a meeting with your Implementation Counselor.