Math Proficiency

Math Facts

Give your student the foundation they need to more easily launch into higher levels of mathematics. Rapid Recall is a spiraling, multi-sensory input system for learning math facts in less than ten minutes a day. It utilizes The NeuroDevelopmental Approach to learning, providing the student with frequent exposure to facts, in short and intense sessions producing great results.

Available in addition, subtraction, multiplication or division.

The Rapid Recall System includes:

  • Teacher Play-by-Play Instruction Videos (Download)
  • Student Audio Input Tracks (Download)
  • Prepared student worksheets for Week 1 & 2 (Download)
  • 1 set of Visual Input Cards
  • 1 Student Practice Book*

* Additional Student Practice Books are available for purchase individually on the Little Giant Steps Store.

Purchase Here: Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication or Division.

A complete set of all four operations is also available.

I’m not sure if my student needs to work on math facts.

Visual Circle Math

New content: Visual Circle Math meets a broad range of needs. It is designed to start a beginning mathematician out with a good foundation of math concepts or quickly accelerate those students that are struggling or bored with the current math curriculum. Visual Circle Math concepts range from Kindergarten level to the beginning of 5th grade. The Visual Circle Math method:

  • Diminishes math fact errors with simple strategies
  • Allows the student to advance confidently in understanding math concepts
  • Enhances the student’s ability to remember math concepts in long term memory. Combined with the recommended tools most students gain a year of mastery in only 4-6 months

Use Rapid Recall In My School. Public and Private School Options.

Our Success Stories

“In 2007 we adopted an 11-year old boy from Kazakhstan. His prior circumstances limited his exposure to math. When we started using the Rapid Recall System, the light came on! He eagerly whizzed through addition, subtraction, and multiplication. He felt so smart when he progressed to the next group of facts. We are halfway through the division module and his confidence has never been higher! Thanks so much!” Also, far reaching is the effect of neurodevelopmental principles and concepts on other members of our family and our home education. Occluding eye and ear became normal for several of us. My reading comprehension, actually listening comprehension with audio books, has vastly improved. We also see improvement with a younger son showing dyslexic symptoms and struggling to read. We’ll be forever grateful for Little Giant Steps methods and activities as we continue to use them in the education of us all.” On LGS program from February, 2009 to January, 2011

Heather Smith

“My daughter had a very difficult time ’getting’ her math facts. We tried a lot of different approaches but nothing worked. Still searching, we tried the Rapid Recall System. Somehow, she began to know her facts before we studied them! I am so impressed and thankful for Rapid Recall. I recommend it to everyone with elementary students!”

S. P. Houston, TX