The "Han-5" Mathematics System incorporates the three overlapping learning domains of Bloom’s Taxonomy: Cognitive, Psychomotor and Affective.


There are six levels of cognitive learning which allow children to think from a knowledge level through a synthesis level by playing and having fun.

  1. Knowledge- of terminology; specific facts, ways and means of dealing with specifics (sequences, classifications, criteria and methodology); remembering (recalling) by labels, matches, names, reads, reproduces and states.
  2. Comprehension- understanding the meaning of informational materials: classifies, converts, explains, generalizes, make sense out of, paraphrases and understands.
  3. Application- previously learned information in new and concrete situations to solve problems that have single or best answers: articulates, charts, computes, constructs, determines, develops, discovers, establishes, instructs, produces, provides, shows, solves, teaches, transfers and utilizes.
  4. Analysis- the breaking down of informational materials into their component parts, examining and trying to understand the organizational structure of: breaks down, diagrams, distinguishes, focuses, illustrates, points out, recognizes, separates and subdivides.
  5. Synthesis- Creatively or divergently applying prior knowledge and skills to produce a new or original whole: categorizes, combines, communicates, compares, compiles, composes, contrasts, creates, devises, formulates, incorporates, individualizes, models, rearranges, reconstructs, reinforces, structures and validates.
  6. Evaluation- resulting with a  product with a given purpose: compares and contrasts, concludes, decides, defends, interprets, justifies and supports.


The "Han-5" Mathematics System supports this domain of learning with the use of manipulatives to develop fine motor skills and coordination through grasping, handling, operating and performing skillfully.


The "Han-5" Mathematics System supports this domain of learning by piquing your children's awareness, interest and attention. This System also improves their ability to listen and respond in interactions with others, as well as develop the ability to demonstrate what they have learned.