Touch Point Math

Touch Point Math

Teaching math concepts beyond counting and number identification to students with special needs can be a daunting and hopeless task. And in truth, even those two concepts can be a struggle to master for many students. That’s why we’ve created math resources based on the principles of touch points. This multisensory approach to teaching numbers and basic arithmetic has been a game-changer for special education because the touch points provide a tactile experience in addition to visual cues for learning numbers (and eventually addition and subtraction).


Many students with special needs thrive and are generally more successful when their learning is supported with such visual and physical stimuli like our touchpoint math resources provide. Whether you’re working on number sense or basic addition or subtraction, touchpoint math can be a “handy” resource to graduate your students from counting on their fingers or using physical manipulatives.