Today, every major news outlet in the United States reported on the largest math achievement declines in our nation's history. Math Shelf can help turn around these dismal results by preparing preK, TK and Kindergarten students for future math success. Read the headlines below, but more importantly consistently implement Math Shelf in your classroom to help your students recover from the pandemic's math learning loss.
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Throughout the school year, we encourage teachers to celebrate student success with Math Shelf Certificates! Recognizing students' effort helps them and their parents feel proud and excited about their mathematics learning.
We love reading positive reviews about Math Shelf's instructional approach, high levels of student engagement, and wide variety of Montessori math activities and games. Math Shelf also appreciates how reviewers praise our individualized learning approach, which is designed to maximize each student's math potential.
But the most important thing that we have not read in reviewers' articles is that children that play Math Shelf learn 2 years of math in just six months. Math Shelf is the only tablet math program, proven through three peer-reviewed published research studies, that eliminates early math achievement gaps.
Encouraging family engagement is one of the best strategies to improve children's achievement in school. Across fifty studies, researchers have found strong connections between family involvement and student learning.
At Math Shelf, we value parent involvement. That's why we developed Math Shelf Report Cards. These PreK & Kindergarten report cards inform parents of their child's math knowledge throughout the school year and provide parents with math activities to work on with their child at home.
In 1907 Dr. Maria Montessori opened a preschool in Rome called Casa di Bambini. It's 115 years later, and today there are over 20,000 Montessori schools worldwide. Graduates of Montessori preschools have gone on to become leaders in technology, science, business, music, sports, and the arts. They include: Jeff Bezos, Bill Gates, Larry Paige, Stephen Curry, Joshua Bell, George Clooney, Taylor Swift, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Peter Drucker, Julia Child and many others.