# Touch point math

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### One of the recommended ways to make the introduction of mathematics lessons better is using touchmat numbers 1-9. The number 1-9 is chosen because it is all kinds of digits in the numbers.

Gilma Santa Cruz saved to Aprender el abecedario

### Resources, tips, and materials to help you, help children with autism

Jackie Heichelbech saved to Education for kids

### Browse over 140 educational resources created by School Is a Happy Place in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Jennifer Speer saved to Pete the cat

### A couple years ago I started to use the TouchMath program to help teach my students how to add and subtract. I must say I LOVE TouchMath! It has made a HUGE difference with my student’s math fact fluency. I no longer have students adding and subtracting with their fingers! Once my students get the hang of adding and subtracting using TouchMath, I have them start working on their fact fluency. I want them to be able to recall their facts quickly, accurately, and effortlessly without having to…

Teaching with Terhune saved to FOR NEW TEACHERS!

### One of the recommended ways to make the introduction of mathematics lessons better is using touchmat numbers 1-9. The number 1-9 is chosen because it is all kinds of digits in the numbers.

Karen Porter saved to First Grade

### Using touch math in special education is a perfect multi-sensory approach. These addition touch math printables are perfect for the classroom!

Sara Ridgell saved to School

### Browse over 510 educational resources created by Mrs Lovelace in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.

Nicole Lane Adams saved to Teaching/Education tips

### Happy summer all! I cannot believe how quickly it is passing. I (like most teachers this time of year) am preforming a balancing act. I'm trying to balance productivity with some needed down time.

Michelle Kolodziejczyk saved to Teacher Resources

### TouchMath develops research-backed resources to help students build a strong foundation in math. Conquer math today!

Nancy Gayo saved to Dyslexic students

### We started back to school on Monday! I tried to start off full speed, but I was quickly reminded that pregnant ladies can't move desks, totes full of books, or a 15' x 30' rug. I was glad to have the whole week to get things pulled back together. It was great to have a strong helper to come move all the big things and put together the new student mailboxes I ordered! Thanks hubby! My teacher desk. We moved it so that I have more room at the calendar & carpet. Fun teacher binder cover that I…

Michelle Harrington saved to HOMEschoolHOMIES