Kids see it, Say it, Feel it… understand it.
They see number relationships with the help of color.
Compute-A-Color math uses the power of color to visualize these relationships. Children understand color! It is one of the first stimuli a child can differentiate. They eagerly seek and point to every numeral showing ‘red' (and other repeats), to self-discover the pattern of numbers.
Famous theorists call prime numbers the ‘building blocks' of all mathematics. (*Defined below.) Many people are unaware of this fact. Nevertheless, primes are at the ‘heart' of understanding number relationships. Children need to understand and enjoy numbers to achieve potential.
They feel ... which numbers are bigger and which are smaller.
The wooden numerals 1-10 are graduated by unit thickness . By comparing thicknesses, students discover that two 2's are the same thickness as a four; three 3's are the same thickness as a nine. Children also find that two 2's do not equal 3. They can self-discover and correct their own mistakes. That is a coveted path for learning.