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Number recognition is of fundamental importance for the foundation of math.
To retain math skills children must know the basic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Activity and movement helps children with counting and the ability to recall them quickly allows children to concentrate on new concepts and problem solving.
The best way to teach math is through repetition and practice which strengthens a child’s memory.
The part of the brain that processes movement is the same part of the brain that processes learning. Activity, movement and games help and encourage kids by building and supporting math skills while in a fun and encouraging environment. FUN develops a positive attitude towards math.
The concept of abc123 is to bring athletics and academics together through cooperative game play. Kids participate in a variety of fun and movement-based introduction and warm up drills, fun and a movement-based progressions for player improvement (developmental drills) and fun and movement-based games that incorporate both physical and educational skills.
abc123 Programs enhance any type of Instructional Program. abc123 Programs are for after school programs, sports instructional classes, special needs teachers, physical educators, camp counselors, coaches and parents. Both small and large groups work well with abc123. abc123 programs can be used on the court, playground, playing field or gym.