The proposal that adapts to

We offer you a flexible curricular itinerary with hundreds of rich, guided activities

Different Situations Call for Diverse Dynamics

The proposal is structured using different classroom activities based on the nature of the content and the processes involved, taking into account the students’ stage of development.

Dynamics of the proposal

1. Knowledge Building

Based on mathematical dialogue and the use of manipulative material, we get the children to learn the content and develop their mathematical competency.

3 or 4 days per week

2. Systematic Practice

Practising on their own in a personalized way, they comprehend the processes built.

1 day per week

1. Knowledge Building

  • We learn from building and discovering by means of rich mathematics sessions.
  • We move away from the mechanization of unique algorithms by encouraging the use of clear and diverse strategies.
  • We foster thinking, creativity, and a love of mathematics.
  • 1. Introduce

    The concepts are presented via games and questions. Situations that arouse student curiosity and the desire to learn.

  • 2. Develop

    We delve into strategies through dialogue and the use of manipulative material. We encourage discovery and the sharing of experiences.

  • 3. Record

    We leave a personal, written record of the strategies discovered by means of activities that inspire the use of them.

Systematic practice

Independent and personalized learning

  • With the help of the Innovapp application, students put the knowledge acquired during the knowledge building activities into practice and consolidate it.


Allows each person to practice at their own pace and based on their progress.


Motivates the students to create their own fantasy world.


Provides information on the progress of each child in the classroom.


We are always right by your side

Get Started with Innovamat

  • Join in with the work on manipulative materials and strategy development
  • Rediscover your enthusiasm for mathematics, and that of your students
  • Contribute to a more mathematically-competent society