Brain Sprints Curriculum

Leave coping and compensating behind and get to the root of learning struggles with the dynamic NeuroDevelopmental Approach to Life.

You know the struggles your child is having. We specialize in identifying and addressing the root cause of those issues. When the cause is addressed, symptoms diminish and often resolve completely. Request your free consultation and get equipped to change your child’s future with Brain Sprints In-home programs or In-center services.



Dominic Martinez


Christian Hale


Featured Videos

Watch the Unboxing Video

General Information


Basic Features


  • Methodology: Montissori & Neurodevelopmental
  • Learning Styles Utilized: Visual, Auditory, Kinesthetic, Verbal, and Tactile
  • Intelligences Utilized: Words and Relationships
  • Teaching Styles Utilized: Repetitive
  • Common Core: No
  • Accredited: No
  • Teacher Helps: Lots of teacher helps

Product Description 


  • Font Size: Very Large
  • Pictures: Average amount of pictures
  • Binding: Spiral
  • Lessons Included: 100+
  • Intended Curriculum Usage Length: 1 year



  • Amount of Handwriting Required: Average
  • Executive Functioning Concerns: None
  • Average Length of Lessons: 15 minutes
  • Concentration Level Required: Much lower than average
  • Modifiable by Lengthening Out Lessons: Not very easily
  • Language Complexity: Simple and straight forward

Specific Disabilities 


  • Math Teaching Aids: Number blocks

SPED Homeschool Review Crew Feedback

What was the one thing that most impressed you about this curriculum?

The curriculum and accompanying flashcards are simple fonts, colors and pictures. There are minimal distractions with the curriculum so students can easily grasp what is being introduced, whether it is a number, shape or object.

This program, with its physical and academic repetition and intensity, can help your child develop the neuro-pathways that will help your child with both brain organization and short-term memory. This approach uses all senses and helps to provide a strong base for math. It uses a multisensory approach and is an excellent program to use for PreK students and those who need the basics to be your lifelong learner. The short lessons help your student to learn many skills in a short session. It also helps students to be ready to be good readers and writers. 


What should parents of children with learning needs be aware of when looking into this curriculum?

Early Learning Foundations isn’t a curriculum in the traditional sense of the word but it lays a foundation of how to learn for young children or those with special needs who may need extra repetition. Each session should be short and sessions are intended to be done multiple times throughout the day. The program relies on parents introducing and completing the activities. While the sessions are short, consistency is needed to progress. There are videos and detailed directions for parents to prepare for session activities.