Hi! We're Made for Math

📚Math Books, Math Art, Math Help, Oh my: Made for Math Bites Made for YOU

Published 11 months ago • 2 min read

Hey there Reader,

⚡In this Issue ⚡

  1. We’re Writing a Book!
  2. Math and Art? Fun and Creative Math Art Activities
  3. FREE EVENT: Executive Function Summit


🧠📚Did you hear that Made for Math is writing a book? That’s right! Our Book, Math Facts to Memory Volume 1, will teach students with dyscalculia and dyslexia how to add and subtract within 10 using multisensory interventions. We are thrilled to announce that this book is the result of extensive research, passion, and collaboration. Our team has poured their hearts and minds into crafting this resource full of vocabulary morphology, math games, lesson plans, and so much more.

After years of dedicated work with students with learning disabilities, this book is the culmination of our efforts to discover optimal pacing and effective practices tailored to their unique brain-wiring differences. We would like to express our heartfelt gratitude for your unwavering support throughout our mission to make math more accessible. With this next step in our journey, we are one stride closer to creating a future where everyone is truly Made for Math. Thank you for being a part of this incredible endeavor.

We are excitedly nearing the announcement of our official release date for Math Facts to Memory Volume 1. However, until that moment arrives, simply REPLY to this email with the phrase "Add me to the book list" to ensure you are among the first to receive exclusive updates about our upcoming book. Stay tuned for more exciting news!


Tune into Catherine Starkey’s #MyDyscalculiaStory to hear in her own words her journey with being diagnosed with dyscalculia at age 21. With honesty and resilience, she opens up about the impact of dyscalculia on her life and education, highlighting the importance of understanding and support for individuals with this learning difference. Read the full article from British Dyslexia Association, here.

Check out this article from Integrated Learning Strategies and dive into the significance of balance in relation to cognitive functions, attention, and learning. This insightful piece unveils the intricate connection between physical balance and mental processes. Read the full article, here.

Math Art Books that with AMAZE your kids: Check out this article from What Do We Do All Day featuring activity books, amazing geometric patterns, 3D building, and more! Dive into the world of math art and unleash your child's imagination through hands-on activities, puzzles, and thought-provoking visuals. See the Book List, here.

⭐ Enjoy the Limelight ⭐

🌟Check out this awesome parent highlight:

“Every worry I had was dispelled. The words my son said repeatedly spoke volumes, ‘He explains it until I get it’. Jack came to the table with ideas and never stopped trying to meet Kaden where he was at in order to help him understand.”

Shoutout to Kaden and his Math Specialist, Jack, for being SUPERSTARS! 🌟🌟🌟


Have you caught up with the newest episode of our Web Series, Unlocking Dyscalculia? Join our CEO Adrianne Meldrum as she engages in a thought-provoking conversation with OG Tutor Karee Atkinson about Creative Ideas for Funding Dyscalculia Tutoring.

Discover valuable insights on why this specialized tutoring can come with a higher cost, explore practical strategies to secure funding, and learn innovative approaches to advocate for your child or students. Tune in now to gain valuable knowledge and empower your journey in supporting individuals with dyscalculia and other learning disabilities.

Catch the chat, here.


FREE Online Event--Executive Function Summit

Join TEFOS and leading experts, educators, and professionals in this immersive event designed to unlock the secrets of executive function development. Gain valuable insights, practical strategies, and innovative techniques to support children in improving organization, time management, self-regulation, and more. Event runs August 11-13, 2023.

Reserve your spot here.


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