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One of the ways we learn to add and subtract in our classroom!! Touch point math! Great visual to teach parents the touch points.

One of the ways we learn to add and subtract in a classroom could be by touch point math! Great visual, and you could also teach parents the touch points.

Are you familiar with Touch Math?  This visually based approach can be perfect for our learners. It embeds prompting & utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves! Today we highlight why Touch Math is great for students with Autism on our blog ~ From theautismhelper.com

TouchMath: Why It's Great & How You Should Use It

This pin corresponds with course objective This resource is an appropriate mathematics technique for teaching students to add and subtract. The visual approach embeds prompting & utilizes the numbers as manipulative themselves!

Touch Math Freebies. Some of my low babies might need this come addition and subtraction!

TouchMath Multisensory teaching & learning math products make Math fun! Take a look at our free materials and see for yourself!

School Is a Happy Place: Rockin' Touchmath: A FREE Math Center

FREEBIE---Rockin' Touch Point Numbers is a center that helps students memorize where the points go on each number. This activity includes full color, Pete the Cat themed center pieces and a black line master recording sheet.

Free flash crads with touch points

Common Core Standards Classroom Management ELA First Grade Freebies Math Reading Science Social Studies TeachersPayTeachers Technology Writing

Touch Math Money:  I like the way that counting money is divided into skip counting units of 5

Works best if they understand the value of coin already. Touch Math Money: I like the way that counting money is divided into skip counting units of 5

2nd Grade Snickerdoodles: Touch Math Number Posters Freebie

Grade Snickerdoodles: Touch Math Number Posters Freebie, not sure he needs this, but for those tougher days when we just need to switch it up this would be good to have handy

Eli, 2 1/2, loved it.  Good for color and number recognition, counting, and fine motor skills.

Touch points and color matching in one! Just glue magnets to pompoms, print out touch point numbers and a cookie sheet. Could later have just numbers and they have to place the touch points on their own.

Free-This page is put in a page protector and then into the student's math folders.  Students use this page as a resource to help them with basic math f...

Free-This page is put in a page protector and then into the student's math folders. Students use this page as a resource to help them with basic math f. Put on homework folder