Students enjoy a multisensory math experience while keeping their attention focused on their papers. Older students and students with learning differences can use TouchPoints as a portable, invisible tool for as long as needed. Students arrive at the correct answer without guessing. TouchPoints help develop comprehension and memorization.
The TouchMath program uses visual cues such as arrows, boxes and dotted lines to guide students to the correct answer and promote good habits. Visual cues help to develop left/right directionality, reduce number reversals, understand place value, and simplify and clarify all areas of computation.