Only an early diagnosis of difficulties together with a properly adjusted therapy can positively influence your child's results in learning mathematics.
The EarlyLogic applications dedicated to kindergarten children (4-6)
fully meet their needs.
The commands addressed to children are as short and simple as possible,
and they can be understood even more easily by using the voice-over option.
The concept of the program, both in terms of the diagnosis and therapy,
envisages a child-friendly, intuitive interface,
with no needless "bells and whistles" that could disturb the basic program
functions and distract the child.
Subsequent tasks test particular skills in one of four areas: arithmetical intuitions, geometrical intuitions, classification, and reasoning. The child perceives working with the application as fun and play, so doesn't feel stress associated with the diagnosis, and the therapy doesn't become a disagreeable duty.
Kindergarten children are eager to use multimedia devices, so the form of the application is particularly attractive for them. It's well worth taking advantage of this fact, in order to prevent possible difficulties in the early stages of their school career, especially because early diagnostic and therapeutical actions are the most effective.
The EarlyLogic applications devoted to primary school children (6-9)
fully meet their needs and are in compliance with the MEN
Subsequent tasks test particular skills in one of four areas: arithmetical skills, geometrical skills, classification and comparison, and reasoning. The child perceives working with the application as play, so doesn't feel stress associated with the diagnosis, and the therapy doesn't become a disagreeable duty.
The early school education is a stage when children face new challenges, and it is when you particularly need to avoid problems associated with basic skills. The difficulties that are not diagnosed and for which there is no suitable therapy chosen, will worsen in the subsequent stages of education, and the deficits in mathematical skills and understanding of mathematical terms will become so vast that further mathematical education will cause the child much trouble. Only an early diagnosis of the difficulties, combined with regular therapy, can minimize the risk of failures associated with learning mathematics.