Todo Number Matrix: Brain teasers, logic puzzles, and mathematical reasoning is designed for use by 6-8 year old students with learning disabilities, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Dyspraxia, and Down syndrome. Todo Number Matrix is designed to allow students practice math skills such as number sense, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. The app includes games using matrices for practicing these skills. The matrices also provide practice of visual perceptual skills such as visual discrimination and spatial skills. These visual perceptual skills are important for reading and other academic skills as well as math.
Todo Number Matrix is inspired by a popular game found inside the Todo Math app. The game has been expanded to include 63 matrices across 6 different categories so that children can stay engaged and learning for long play periods. Each category is uniquely designed to challenge children with a variety of puzzles.
Numbers: Children will solve matrices using counting and number recognition skills. Puzzles in this category also mimic how a child recognizes numbers in the natural environment, using clocks, dice, and other common objects.
Logic: The logic matrices rely on pictures and understanding relationships between objects. These puzzles are engaging and unique.
Shapes: Explore shapes and categorize them by size, color, and number of sides. Children will also solve puzzles that include realizing relationships between shapes.
Addition and Subtraction: This category offers practice ranging from early addition and subtraction skills all the way to advanced addition and subtraction. Visual representations of addition are available in the first levels.
Multiplication: Practice multiplication facts in a fun and nontraditional way! The matrices in this category begin with visual representations and move to more advanced multiplication problems.
Fractions: Explore early fractions with puzzles appropriate for students in preschool all the way up to second grade. Students will explore concepts of whole and half, as well as dividing shapes and objects into equal parts.