# TouchMath Numbers 1 9 Printable

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TouchMath is a math alphabet. The TouchMath strategy is used to take a visual approach to arithmetic so it is easier for children to understand arithmetic concepts.

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## What is TouchMath Strategy?

TouchMath is a math alphabet. The TouchMath strategy is used to take a visual approach to arithmetic so it is easier for children to understand arithmetic concepts. So, children use multisensory to be able to understand math concepts well.

TouchMath is done using TouchPoints. So, TouchMath is used using a hands-on approach whose function is to train children's learning abilities through visual, tactile, and auditory learning.

For this reason, teachers and parents must start applying TouchMath to learning mathematics. Previously, TouchMath was only available in printed form. But now, TouchMath can be used digitally. So, children can touch using digital devices.

TouchMath is intended for children from pre-K to grade 3 elementary school. With TouchMath, children with different learning methods can understand mathematical arithmetic operations easily.

## How Does the TouchMath Strategy Work?

TouchMath or also known as math for all senses is done using TouchPoints. So, TouchPoints is the main concept of TouchMath. Children have to count using the TouchPoint. Each number has a number of points from 1-9. So, children can count without using their fingers.

Children must count all the dots or points on the numbers. For example, number 1 has 1 point, number 2 has 2 points, number 3 has 3 points, and so on.

Meanwhile, numbers 6-9 have double points. So, TouchPoint at numbers 6-9 is counted twice. There are also several rules related to arithmetic operations using TouchMath.

• In the addition operation, children must count the numbers forward when they touch all the dots on the numbers.

• Meanwhile, the children had to count backward when subtracting numbers.

• Children must count sequentially for multiplication and division operations.

So, children must first be taught how to use TouchMath and also all TouchPoints for numbers 1-9. Now, after they have memorized all the TouchPoints, you can continue it by giving them basic mathematical operations using the TouchMath strategy.

## How to Teach TouchMath Strategy to Kids?

How to introduce the TouchMath strategy? To introduce and teach children about the TouchMath strategy, you need to do these ways so children can understand the concept of TouchMath.

• First, you have to introduce the concept of TouchMath to the children. So, introduce TouchMath and TouchPoints. They have to touch the numbers with their fingertips and say them out loud. So, they touch the dots while counting.

• After that, teach the calculation system on TouchMath. Explain that all the dots on the numbers indicate the value of that number. An example is the 3 dots indicating the 3 number.

• Next, teach kids basic math operations. So, give an example of calculating addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division using TouchMath. You can also use various tools to practice that strategy. An example is using the TouchPoints template and a worksheet that contains various calculations using TouchMath. We recommend that you use digital resources to save time and ease of use.

Please note that all dots on these numbers are only a tool to make it easier for children to count numbers. Therefore, you should not use the help of these points forever. So, you can remove the dots so the kids can count without the help of TouchPoints again.

TouchMath Numbers 1 9

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## Why is TouchMath Strategy Important to Do?

There are many reasons why the TouchMath strategy needs to be done. These reasons relate to the benefits of using TouchMath.

Moreover, children can learn about something by using visual tools. Meanwhile, TouchMath is a visual calculation tool. That's what makes TouchMath the best way to teach basic math operations or arithmetic to kids. So, what are the other reasons that make TouchMath an effective math strategy for kids?

• Because TouchMath can be done using digital devices, using TouchMath will allow children to use digital devices well. So, ToucMath can improve children's computing abilities. To get benefit from that, use the TouchMath software or digital TouchMath templates.

• TouchMath can also help children to have good critical thinking skills. This is because of the TouchPoints in the TouchMath strategy. Children can understand that numbers are not just shapes, but numbers are a certain value. An example is the number 3 which is used to denote 3 objects. This will make children understand mathematics concretely.

• By teaching TouchMath to children, you can also be closer to children. So, TouchMath is the best way to improve communication between you and your children.

To get the various benefits above, you must take several approaches that are appropriate to the children's learning. Some of those approaches are as follows.

• Gather all the information related to the way of learning that is preferred by children. Ask the children about the tools they like to learn. If they prefer to use digital devices, you can teach them TouchMath through digital templates or software.
• You can also ask other family members. An example is your partner. So, you can discuss the most appropriate way to teach TouchMath to children.

With all the discussions with children and family members, you can provide the right TouchMath learning for children. In that way, children can get all the benefits of this math learning method.

Article written by Adelina M.K., last updated on Mar 01, 2021 and edited by Printablee Team.

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