Conversations With Kids That Build Math Skills
Todo Math by Todo Math August 8, 2016

Conversations With Kids That Build Math Skills

Isn’t it interesting to listen to what kids have to say? At Todo Math, we think so, and believe that lively conversations with open-ended questions are crucial for building math skills. One way to build those skills is by noticing details that boost our powers of observation. Talking with our kids (instead of just to our kids) about what they […]

Five Essential Home Routines To Prepare For Back To School
Todo Math by Todo Math August 1, 2016

Five Essential Home Routines To Prepare For Back To School

Math is a cognitively challenging subject. In order to do cognitively demanding activities, home routines can set an underlying foundation to help the brain along and prepare for back to school. For Todo Math, building strong educational foundations is not only important for the apps we create, but also for the kids we are raising […]

anna by anna July 7, 2016

Summer Reading with a Math Twist. Author Greg Tang

Tis the season of summer reading. Armed with our local library’s summer reading chart, I wanted to see if I could find storybooks that could combine reading and math. As luck would have it, I found a few authors. Greg Tang quickly became a favorite. Greg Tang is the author of a math and problem-solving […]

anna by anna May 20, 2016

New White Paper: Game-based Learning and Student Engagement in Elementary Math Education

Fresh off the presses! Read the latest research about Todo Math, game-based learning and student engagement in elementary math. Key findings are as follows: Students were rated more focused on math activities during the Todo Math session, as compared to the paper-and-pencil one. Through simple counts of observed chatting with their peers, observers reported more […]