Is Multisensory Math the Right Fit for Your Child?
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Will multisensory math work for your child?
Run through this visual checklist. If your child struggles with any of these, then multisensory math is a good fit!
Math Resistant Child
If math has become a battle or homework is taking longer than 30 minutes, it's time to bring in one of our coaches to teach your child how they best learn. Many of our students report feeling tremendous relief in the first 10 minutes!
Middle & High Schoolers
These years are the best to tackle math deficits. Waiting only deepens the problem and slows down progress. Our students experience rapid results and increased confidence! Multisensory math works even at the algebra level.
"Lazy" or "Unmotivated"
Are you hearing from the school your child is bright and smart, but lazy and unmotivated? We know that's just NOT true! They haven't been exposed to how their brain learns best which is through multisensory math.
Out of the Box Thinker!
Does your child have a knack for seeing the big picture? Do they seem to problem solve best when they are doing something? Are they excellent at building with their hands? Multisensory math is a great fit.
IEP, 504s, RTIs
Does your child have a current intervention plan at the school to help with various learning needs? Multisensory Math can be the anchor to all learning at school as they continue up each grade.
We help student's with differently wired braines! Such as 2E (twice exceptional), ADHD/ADD, dyslexia, processing disorders, sensory issues, and autism spectrum disorder.
About Math for Middles
MFM is a great choice for families fed up with traditional tutoring not meeting their child's needs.
It's time for a different approach.
Our coaches have training in multisensory math techniques and special training that allows us to work confidently with middle school math student's that have diagnosed and undiagnosed learning differences.
We have worked with students that struggle with executive functioning, ADD, dyslexia, poor working memory problems, and autism.