In 1975, Janet Bullock, the founder of TouchMath, got an idea from her searcher for a better way to teach her students through beginning math –– a self-esteem robbing ordeal for far too many children. From this idea, a multisensory math program was born called TouchMath. It helps those students who are struggling to learn and understand grade-level content become more interested to critical math concepts. From now on, it endeavors to give full paly to the potentials of students to cultivate their various abilities and learning styles by providing worldwide delivery of hands-on math programs. From children with learning disabilities to programs to children of different aptitudes, learning styles, and cultures, it can give them the most suitable program.