Using Movement and Patterning to Develop Strong Math Skills
The Hardy Math Program teaches basic math calculation skills using movement and patterning for the repetition needed to increase math performance.
Students who struggle to add, subtract, multiply, divide, and calculate fractions are held back from reaching their potential in math because they spend their mental energy on basic calculations rather than solving the overall problem.
The Hardy Learning Math Program uses simple movement and patterning techniques to help students learn to use math facts quickly and effectively so their mental energy can be focused on solving the problem.
Using balls and movement to memorize math facts helps engage students in the process of learning math and gives them the tools to quickly calculate answers. This gives students the ability to stay caught up and be ready for success learning algebra and higher math skills.