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The authors emphasise the importance of incorporating a child’s special interest into learning in order to help them engage fully with new concepts.
Small to Big is a challenging and enjoyable game that will develop your child’s ability of visual discrimination and build up pre-number skills.
Stern’s Structural Arithmetic uses multi-sensory materials in a structured method to teach mathematical concepts.
A fun mathematical game for children to learn about the concept of ’taking away’.
Combining a highly visual, entertaining, and hands-on approach with the teaching guide, your child will actually absorb more when he/she has fun while learning!
Book 1 - Teaching Maths to People with Down Syndrome and Other Hands-On Learners An essential guide that parents and educators can use to teach meaningful math to students with and without learning problems who struggle with understanding comp [...]
The Charlotte Clock is a different route to teaching children about time. Pupils learn both digital and analogue formats using a multisensory progressive small step teaching approach.
Shapes In Mat Man Shapes the popular Mat Man character comes to life in an imaginative tale that takes children to a world of shapes and rhymes. A friendly hero opens students’ minds to shapes, rhyming verse, imagination, exploration, and comm [...]