With Jumping Joey’s Number Line, Kids Can Jump into Math!
All students in the elementary years have to learn the basic properties of arithmetic, from the sequence of numbers to problem solving. When mathematical tools are approachable and useful for a variety of situations, students will use them repeatedly, first with adult guidance and then shortly on their own to solve the range of problems encountered throughout the elementary years.
Jumping Joey’s Number Line Inspires and Builds Confidence in Mathematics
Jumping Joey’s Number Line provides a child-centered, multi-sensory approach to building strong mathematical foundations from Pre-K through the elementary grades. Students move through space as they add and subtract, multiply and divide. They also use their senses of sight, touch, and hearing, along with their voices to learn. Students quickly gain independence, critical thinking skills, and the ability to complete homework on their own, which improves their achievement.
Along the way, Jumping Joey’s Number Line inspires and builds confidence with academics, as number sense and computational fluency grows. Children learn to be independent thinkers and problem solvers who take on math challenges with joy!
Students of differing ages and academic levels can use Jumping Joey’s Number Line. All products come with in-depth instructions that make learning the system easy to understand for parents, children, and educators. Jumping Joey’s Number Line works equally well on its own or with existing curricula. This learning aid is the homework solution to building achievement.
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