TouchMath is the leading, multi-sensory teaching approach that bridges manipulation and memorization. Students interact with numbers on paper by seeing, saying, hearing, and touching numbers as they arrive at the right answers without guessing. They learn math facts by using auditory reinforcement, flashcards, and timed tests. Educators often think of it as mental manipulatives.
TouchMath follows sequential learning strategies advocated by eminent learning theorists such as Jean Piaget and Jerome Bruner. Consisting of 56 math kits, workbooks, and teaching aids, the integrated curriculum has evolved carefully since 1975.