### Kids see it, Say it, Feel it… *understand *it.

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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.