TouchMath iPad app now available!

touchmathAnnouncing the first release in a series of apps that will take your students on an unforgettable math adventure! TouchMath Adventures: Touching/Counting Patterns uses a unique multisensory approach to mathematics that makes the subject fun, accessible and appealing for all learners. Students take on the role of an intrepid explorer on a quest to unravel mysteries through a combination of problem solving and reward-based gameplay that build confidence. When this app is mastered, more advanced TouchMath Adventures apps await: Jungle Addition, and soon-to-be-released Ocean Subtraction, Cosmic Multiplication, and Desert Division. TouchMath Adventures: Touching/Counting Patterns is appropriate for pre-K–1st grade, as well as remedial and special education. Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPad.

What is TouchMath?
TouchMath is a unique multisensory math program that makes critical math concepts appealing and accessible for students who struggle to understand grade-level content. TouchMath is the ONLY math program that uses the actual numeral as a manipulative. Each numeral from 1 through 9 has TouchPoints corresponding to the digit’s value. For five decades, TouchMath has fostered more proficient math instructors, helped raise test scores, and built student self-confidence. The program…

•Is built on the Common Core State Standards
•Provides a blended solution of print, technology, and classroom aids/manipulatives
•Offers complete instructional core programs for pre-K through 2nd grade; and supplemental kits for upper grades.

Who uses TouchMath?
TouchMath is for students of all ability levels and learning styles, providing both prevention and intense intervention. It may be used in all grades including Pre-K–2nd, grades 3-12 special education, and remedial programs. Visit the TouchMath website at http://www.touchmath.com where you can find free sample pages, information on teaching math to students with learning differences, and downloadable products made especially for homeschoolers.

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