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    Parents, Educators, Policy Makers

    Rhythm and Number Sense

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    If you have ever worked with anyone who struggled in math, this book offers you a fresh approach to identifying and overcoming math difficulties. It will help you understand:

    • What are the critical early math concepts.
    • Why some children miss them.
    • Why some adults still struggle with math.
    • How music can help with number sense.

    Rhythm in music is the “doing” of critical early math concepts.
    This and That music sample

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    PreK- Primary

    SingMath

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    Use music rhythm to introduce your children to math concepts.

    Teach math the way children learn: through physical experience.

    SingMath – A tool for parents in your FAMILY LITERACY program.
    Music Sample

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    Adults

    How Numbers Work

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    Introduce adults to the concepts they missed or never understood:
    – the equal sign ( = ) as a relationship
    – part-whole thinking for word problems
    – using “different names for 1” (like 8/8) when working with fractions
    – solving geometry and percent problems with proportions

    For a sample of this approach to math, see “Using Part-Whole Thinking in Math”

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    How Numbers Work Complete Book on CD

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    How Numbers Work 3 Volume Set

     

    Home-School

    Tools for Teaching Math

    We provide training and support for you and your local group.
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    K-12

    Assessment for Response to Intervention

    In 10 minutes, our easy-to-use assessment tool can check your whole class for their understanding of number relationships.
    Contact us for more information.

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