Early Math Skills
for Windows XP or newer
Early Math Skills teaches early addition, subtraction, number sequencing and greater than/less than. It supports all the most popular input devices, including keyboard, mouse, TouchWindow, IntelliKeys and single- or dual-switch scanning.
Seven activities and dozens of difficulty levels with dozens of teacher options make this program customizable for any student. Options include many ways of controlling the appearance and organization of the problems, how prompting and reinforcement is made, and some activity-specific options such as how color icons are displayed.
Early Addition I and Early Addition II
Teaches addition with the numbers placed horizontally (early Addition I) or vertically (Early Addition II) across the screen. The program will drill the student on sums from 2 to 9. The teacher can optionally select sums from 0 to 20.
Sequencing Up and Sequencing Down
Presents a series of ascending (Sequencing Up) or descending (Sequencing Down) numbers with one or more numbers missing. The student is asked to find the missing number(s). The teacher can specify sequences ranging from 1 to 6 through 0 to 99.
Early Subtraction I and Early Subtraction II
Teaches subtraction with the numbers placed horizontally (early Subtraction I) or vertically (Early Subtraction II) across the screen. The program will drill the student on problems from 2 to 9. The teacher can optionally select problems from 0 to 20.
More Than/Less Than
More Than/Less Than teaches the relationship between numbers, starting with greater than and less than and progressing to include equal. The teacher can select numbers ranging from 1 to 5 up to 1 to 19. The default values are 1 to 9. Includes comparison of simple equations (1 + 3 < 2 + 4).
A PC running Windows XP or newer. Supports keyboard, mouse, touch screen, and single- or dual-switch input.