Made for Math

Made for Math

Made for Math is an all-online multisensory math center serving students who learn best in a hands-o

Operating as usual


The COVID pandemic has changed the way our kids learn. Made for Math has embraced this change and streamlined our online learning processes while still providing interactive instruction. See how virtual can be hands-on at


Gold stars don't equate to math literacy, foundational concepts and understanding does. At Made for Math, we teach those foundational concepts to students who might be struggling to understand them in the way they're traditionally taught.


Your child doesn't need more of the same, they need something completely different. Multisensory math is the ticket. If you'd like to learn more about the method, visit


We all start small, then grow into who we are. Can you guess whose Made for Math specialist's childhood picture this is?


Happy punny Friday! Here at Made for Math, we like to help out-of-the-box thinkers.


Math homework shouldn't take hours. If it is, there's WAY MORE going on. The gap is too wide for your child to bridge with just homework repetition.

Multisensory math helps students gain access to foundational concepts and start applying them to their current classes too.

Learn more about us and our method at


Celebrating the small wins!



At Made for Math, we understand math anxiety. We do our best to help our students overcome it using proven teaching methods that you won't find in a traditional classroom.


Well this should be fun! Be sure to see ours in the first comment. 🤣🤣


Say hello to our Operations Manager, Heather Brand. Letting you all know that every bunny is Made for Math.


Happy Punny Friday! Get it? Come on that's a good one!


Let’s flip the script! All people are math people. Including YOU! Many students struggle to learn math because the traditional method doesn't work for all kids! Some students need to be taught through their strengths in an environment with multisensory experiences. When the student engages in multisensory math, they discover for themselves they are made for math, an actual math person! This realization causes them to get curious about what else they can learn. Want to see how Made for Math can help your child? Check out our one-on-one sessions at


James Clear shows us the math of tiny gains. Over time, those tiny gains add up to a big win. At Made for Math, we couldn’t agree more. We work at getting our students incrementally better each time they see us until we see those small tiny gains pay big dividends.

What small win do you want to celebrate today? Leave it in the comments below.


The answer is yes!
Here is your guide to finding math in real life: 4 ways everyone use numbers...

1. Calculating a tip
2. Shopping for a deal
3. Choosing between one cell phone plan and another
4. Buying a house, car, and investing

It's true will use this again someday! 😉

We can help you brush up on those everyday math skills. Learn more at


We always appreciate and love getting feedback like this one, from our awesome parents!

Shoutout to Rebecca for not only teaching this student different strategies to solve problems, but also helping this student build confidence in math! Confidence in math is a skill he can use for a lifetime!


This 3 1/2 minute video, full of exceptional visual representations, will have you seeing 20/20 with fractions on the number line. Notice how we differentiate the ways we represent fractions and how we begin with friendly numbers! Visuals + Precise Language + gentle pacing is the perfect start to fractions on the number line.


Replace that worry with positive thoughts and open space for the asynchronous development that students with learning differences have. Instead of projecting future worries on your child, make yourself available in the here and now to teach, connect, and guide during this new experience. We recommend ice cream connection time. 🍦


Digging this video about ADHD! Can you relate?


Teachers - are you dragging to the end of the school year?

Next year, it doesn't have to be this way! Come join our team at Made for Math.

We're looking to hire 6-7 math teachers right now and into the summer.

Please share with your friends/family that would be a great fit!


Pretty much spot on! Working remotely can be super awesome.

I started a new (remote) ad copywriting job 3 weeks ago. I’ve only cried once so far, but it was a REALLY ugly cry session 😅 (PS: I’ll be signing books in SLC on Saturday! 2-4:00, Sugarhouse Barnes & Noble.)

Photos from Made for Math's post 18/04/2022

My favorite math super power is subitizing. This skill allows me to rapidly group and see quantity without counting. I’m working on inventory of my presentation materials.

Side note: So excited to go present in person again! Swipe to see my subitizing in action.

I created groups of 25 by making an array of 4x3x2 with one laid across the top as a tally to make 25. This configuration allowed me to count without thinking.

My mind wandered as I thought about this upcoming presentation and within minutes, I knew how many are in stock. Comment below and tell me how many I have!

The next big decision…what luggage to buy to haul these! If you have a favorite brand, I want to hear it!


Come check out what it's like to work remotely as a Multisensory Math Specialist. Heather B. has the coolest office setup complete with LEGO, math manipulatives, Harry Potter goodness, and the happiest plants ever. 🌵

Made for Math is a 100% remote working team. It's the dream job for educators who love to catch that "ah-ha" moment with students without having to be in the chaos of a classroom every day.

We're hiring! Want to join our team?


Introverting - Dua Lipa "Levitating" Parody

I would say that close to 100% of the team at Made for Math are introverts. They love the work they do. They love students and people...but they absolutely LOVE their alone time.

Cheers to the Made for Math Team - LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH!



Dystinct Magazine invited us to contribute to the March issue on multisensory math! We had so much fun creating the content. Go check it out on your device using the links shared below.

The March 2022 issue of the Dystinct Magazine is out now! Download it on the Apple App and Google Play stores.
Links below:
Apple iOS (iPhone/iPad):
Google play devices:

The magazine is also available at libraries worldwide that offer the Libby app to their patrons!
Libby on iOS-
Libby on Playstore-

---- A big shout out to all the contributors who kindly took the time to collaborate with us.

1) Phonics Instruction Myths- by Pryor Rayburn ortongillinghammama (Director of LS Educational Resource Program at Charlotte Country Day School, President of the NC branch of the International Dyslexia Association, Co-founder and Founder at
Pryor Rayburn discusses five myths surrounding phonics instruction that educators must consider while choosing their curriculum and planning instruction.

2) The Dystinct Journey of Spencer Thorne- An interview with Adrienne Adams
An interview with Australian mum Adrienne Adams about her family’s journey with dyslexia and how she along with her son Spencer Thorne created a short film to help children with learning differences understand themselves better.

3) A Fresh Look at Classical Handwriting: Writing in Chancery Script- by Rebecca Loveless (Structured Word Inquiry Coach at The Nueva School, Teacher Trainer, Conference Presenter, and Founder of
Rebecca Loveless discusses the origins and science behind the Chancery script, a writing style that satisfies the desires of the proponents of both cursive and manuscript handwriting styles.

4) Meeting the needs of struggling students through the use of multisensory maths- by Adrianne Meldrum (Founder & CEO) and Matthew Lyda (Math Specialist) at Made for Math
Adrianne Meldrum and Matthew Lyda outline the evidence behind the five indicators of multisensory math instruction and discuss six simple methods that can be used to support students.

5) Dystinct Report -by Gwendolyn (Journalist at
14-year-old journalist Gwendolyn's article on evidence-based learning and how the Palmer Primary School in South Australia is providing an excellent environment for dyslexic children through the implementation of evidence-based learning in their classrooms.

6) Tools to Enhance Vocabulary Acquisition- by Lisa Barnett Empower Learning Center (Special education teacher, Trainer, Founding member of Decoding Dyslexia MI and Founder of and
Lisa Barnett discusses the interrelationship of morphology, etymology, and phonology and demonstrates how studying the written word through an orthographic lens can provide high-value tools that increase the breadth and depth of literacy for students.

7) The Dystinct Journey of Bethany Danielle Summerville- (Artist at Portrait drawings by Beth
The story of the talented 16-year-old homeschooled artist Bethany Danielle Summerville from Tennessee, USA who creates masterpieces that are tricky to differentiate from real pictures.

8 ) Building Successful School Relationships - by Simon Da Roza (Principal Consultant, Exceptional Learners.
Simon Da Roza discusses how perceptions surrounding neurodivergence is slowly but surely changing and provides parents with 19 excellent tips on building a successful relationship with the school to support their children's diverse learning needs effectively.

9) Teacher Preparedness to Address the Needs of Dyslexic Non-Native Speakers- Andrea Kulmhofer-Bommer (Researcher, Lecturer, and Teacher Trainer)
Dr Andrea Kulmhofer-Bommer examines the challenges faced by non-native students of the English language and teacher preparedness to meet the unique learning needs of dyslexic non-native speakers in particular.

10) Roots matter- Neurodiversity and Employment for Youth Development – by Gavin Hoole (Qualitative researcher, Neurodiversity advocate, and Founder at Dyspraxia Lambeth
Gavin Hoole talks about the various influences in the developmental pathway of neurodivergent children and suggests ideas for the effective transitioning of neurodivergent youth into the employment space.

11) I Think, Write and Remember in My Own Way- by Valerie Woods (Dyslexia Advocate, Author, and Blogger at Bricabrac Cat
Valerie Woods from the UK talks of her journey growing up as a dyslexic child in the 1950s and shares tips and strategies that she used to cope.

12) The Role of Poverty in Special Education- by Dr Tracy Johnson (Speaker, Learning Difficulties Advocate, Consultant, and Founder at Vessels of Hope
Dr Tracy Johnson narrates her personal experience growing up as a child with learning difficulties dependent on public assistance and examines the inequality in education for students of colour, students with disabilities, and students from low-income backgrounds.

13) The Dystinct Journey of Jacob Ainsley
The inspirational journey of hardworking Jacob Ainsley from the UK whose passion for design technology helped him successfully graduate from university with a bachelor’s degree in product design and a prototype for a pen that can change many lives.

A huge thanks to our talented young illustrators Bella Brook, Hayden Fox, Louise Ghossain, Olivia, Samuel Hollenbeck, and Tyler Walsh The Tyler Express

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