It isn’t enough to learn formulas or memorize multiplication tables. Young minds need to experience math and have fun talking about it.
Starting Early is The Secret
Instead of treating math as a subject, parents and teachers can expose children to math concepts. The earlier, the better. As research proves, the earlier children become comfortable and competent with math concepts, the better they will perform in their academic career.
How to Use Math in Everyday Life
Children can be exposed to important concepts like scientific inquiry, spacial skills, problem-solving, language proficiency, reasoning, prediction and making connections by using everyday items and experiences.
What do early math experiences look like?
The Digit Widgit® Helps Children of All Ages Learn Math Concepts
Making math fun is our primary focus. By touching, experimenting and talking about what’s happening when using Digit Widgit®, students learn and develop skills in new, more memorable ways.
What's the buzz?
"Since incorporating the Vidget in our classroom, I have noticed an improvement in attention span, participation, and regulation in my students"
Tara, Occupational Therapist
"The little girl I used it with sat down and ate lunch which she usually does not do - she tends to stand or sit and wiggle in her seat."
Melanie, Director of Occupational Therapy
"When Pearl is in a Vidget, her behavior is 100 times better than when she’d in a normal chair. She’s still has difficulty sitting for that long, but it makes a HUGE difference! Without it, she’s everywhere."
Lara, Pre-K Teacher