Fingerithmatic is a wonderful multi sensory technique that uses the memory we all naturally have in our fingers. It helps children and adults who have difficulty understanding math and other learning concepts, by providing the brain with visual pegs on which to tie the memory. This link is with you at all times.
The New Zealand born systems developer, Frances More, has discovered a simple and fun way to turn the fingers into memory banks; meaning successful learning for all learning types and styles!!! More time in the classroom for other subjects.
Higher success rates for schools!
Higher self esteem for children!
Happier lives for everyone!
"This really boosts the confidence of the student and gives the teacher greater satisfaction." says Frances More
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Learn to Touch-Type the QWERTYQWIK way!
There has to be a better way ?
These little fingers hold a great future for their owner.
Frances More's multi sensory teaching resources are now available through Amazon.com and this Fingerithmatic web site.
Parents can quickly take matters into their own hands
Even children with special needs can grasp this amazing method quickly and keep up with the rest of their peers. Their fingers will hold the memory after it is processed onto them, allowing the student to gain success, which will in turn encourage even more success.
We all know how vital our fingers are to life; this is another use of the fingers that has been forgotten over time. Proverbs 7:3 "Tie them to your fingers and sound them down into your heart". Our own built in data bank!
This system is'different'from other finger math concepts, this is a memory technique and the developer is willing to share her amazing teaching secrets with you at very affordable rates! This concept is found nowhere else in the world and is at your own very fingertips....
This is a 'memory system' that can be applied to all manner of data---e.g. history, geography, science, biology, physics---with proven results!
Frances More of South Canterbury, now becoming known throughout New Zealand for her revolutionary arithmetic teaching has made a real contribution to mathematics' education.
I attended her recent lecture and was impressed with her multi sensory system. It is simple to use. Our lesson objective, learning the 17 times table, was achieved at an astonishing speed.
The first key to mastering mathematics is in memorising every-day additions, subtractions, multiplications and also divisions. Philosophical discussions about "understanding number," at the expense of ensuring instantaneous recall of basic facts, is a misplaced aspiration. We proved this 20 - 30 odd years ago experimenting with "New Maths." Although providing a fabric of sophisticated jargon it was an untimely diversion from essential groundwork.
The beautifully neat and transparently simple strategy developed by Frances More closely parallels well proven memory training methods, has been developed for specific mental agility with numbers and can be used effectively in other areas as such as spelling and geography.
The argument that no single system offers everything is ultimately true but this system is really worth trying and I hope that our schools will add her strategy to their tool kits for learning the vital nuts and bolts of mathematics.
Posted in the Courier
"The Frances More system and Fingerithmatic.com is a proven method to teach children all kinds of important math skills. We support their desire to spread this helpful education resource "Dalloway School"
Frances More's Fingerithmatic Math System teaches
A single Times Table in just a few minutes
quick division and long division
equivalent and improper fractions
long multiplication, finger calculator
family of facts
odds and evens
patterns to work out higher and lower tables are also learned in one quick and easy lesson.
Her entire math system is taught in just 90 minutes, immediately raising the confidence levels of the student, and in a lot of cases those of the teacher.
Leaving MORE time in the classroom for further study and other learning projects.
Her teaching resource manuals are currently only available through this Fingerithmatic web site and Amazon.com