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Build math foundation in kindergarten

 Innovative Learning Concepts Inc. today announced the release of a new kindergarten curriculum designed to provide kindergarten students with a foundation for future mathematics learning.
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Innovative Learning Concepts Inc., creators of TouchMath, today announced the release of a new kindergarten curriculum designed to provide kindergarten students with a foundation for future mathematics learning.

The new Kindergarten curriculum includes four kits covering: counting/readiness, addition, backward counting, subtraction, geometry, algebra, fractions, money, time, measurement, and graphing/data. Each kit includes a digital version for lesson planning on-the-go, and a software component for kits 1 and 2, TouchMath Tutor.

For more information, visit www.touchmath.com/kindergarten.

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