By Emma Price

A Math Resource Tool for Everyone

One of the main challenges that teachers face is that children learn at different rates and in different ways. What works for one child may not be quite so effective for another, and it’s important to meet the needs of everyone.

 With differences in learning styles only heightened by an environment that provides more stimuli – both wanted and unwanted – than ever before, cognitive educational psychologists and neuroscientists are increasingly supportive of multisensory learning as an effective way to engage learning capabilities across the board.

 While there’s little doubt that Mrs. B’s Pop-It 100s Charts are extremely effective when teaching numbers to preschoolers, even for students aged 6 and above, they have proven to be immensely useful learning tools.