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ST Math: Early Learning for Pre-K and Transitional Kindergarten offers a comprehensive math curriculum that meets the developmental and learning needs of your youngest students. It combines a proven visual learning software component with teacher-directed activities and more to create a multi-modal math education experience. Watch the video to learn more.
JiJi is a 3-foot-tall penguin on a journey through the world of ST Math. Students help JiJi overcome obstacles by solving math puzzles – and they associate JiJi with the thrill of challenge and success. JiJi crosses the screen every time a student successfully completes a puzzle, leading them to the next challenge. JiJi is curious, persistent, patient, and friendly.
JiJi’s name means “little chicken” in Mandarin. Learn more about JiJi.
ST Math: Early Learning provides a comprehensive, blended learning program for students offering math instruction before kindergarten. Early learning students love the visual math puzzles and teachers receive the support they need through step-by-step activities that connect math instruction across multiple modes of learning.
Visual math software where students develop problem solving and critical thinking skills, and an intrinsic motivation for math learning.
Step-by-step teacher’s manuals to help make connections with math concepts.
Classroom materials for teacher-directed multisensory hands-on activities, chants, and songs that complement and support the self-paced software games.
The program addresses the unique development needs of young children, helping them realize the growth opportunities called for in the Preschool Learning Foundations and beyond. ST Math introduces core math concepts visually with a neuroscience-based approach that activates the brain’s innate cognitive abilities. These animated math games guide young minds through an optimal learning path, exposing them to all five key learning domains along the way.
This suite of activities help develop the motor, verbal and auditory skills essential for early childhood development, regardless of skill level or language background. Easy-to-follow online teacher’s manuals include weekly plans that promote mathematical talk, connect math concepts, and support dynamic teaching.
Students practice literacy and language skills while learning key math concepts by reading stories, singing songs and learning rhymes.
Children explore and investigate with hands-on resources to build deep conceptual understanding and number sense.
Learning shouldn’t just happen in the classroom. Students can practice math skills with activities built for the whole family.
Learning can be extended throughout the day. Students can explore math as they play, at meals, or during transition times.