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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Touch Point Math

 Touch Point Math

Do you have little ones that are struggling to learn addition facts, or that are sensory learners? Then try teaching them Touch Point Math.

The way touch points work, is you count each dot on the number, so when adding count the dots.  Numbers 6-9 will have double dots, so be sure and count them twice.  For best results print cards out, cut out numbers 1-9 and laminate them.  Included is blank page with space to put the numbers so that kids can practice writing numbers as well.  Laminate the page with the blank boxes and give your kids a dry erase marker.

Click on this link to get the Touch Points document.
Also Found on Google Documents: Math Touch Points
I would love to email you out the PDF document as well.  Please email and request your copy of  Touch points.

Please leave me any feed back that you may have on this.  I would love to know what you think. Anything that you would like to see change? Would it be helpful to have numbers 10 - 20?

You are welcome to share Touch Point Math with friends but Please do not edit my work. Thanks.

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