Frequently Asked Questions
Whether you recently purchased a product, or are just trying to learn more about movement-based learning, you might have a few more questions. Check out our FAQs below. Not seeing your question? Contact our team and we’ll get back to you soon!
We are currently working on creating an online database for our activities for those who have purchased materials. In the meantime, we can email you PDFs activity guides for your mats.
Yes. Visit our State Standards page to view the alignment with several state standards.
Staff development workshops in Math & Movement are available. Virtual trainings are also available. For more information visit our workshop page or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Math & Movement is appropriate for kindergarten through third grade. In later grades, children benefit from the addition of Math & Movement to physical education classes and the use of Math & Movement warm-up exercises at the beginning of math classes.
Children love to move—and they need to move. Too much sitting results in decreased circulation and a subsequent decrease in concentration, while certain kinds of movement stimulate the release of dopamine and noradrenaline in the brain, which are important in learning.
Math & Movement harnesses a child’s natural inclination for activity and turns it into enthusiasm for acquiring number concept skills. Thus, Math & Movement motivates students while simultaneously strengthening their math skills.
We recommend Brain-Based Learning and Enriching the Brain by Eric Jensen; Smart Moves by Carla Hannaford and What’s Math Got to Do With It? by Jo Boaler.