The cerebrum of the brain is divided into four lobes: frontal, occipital, temporal, and parietal.
Mathematical problem solving is processed in the frontal lobe using processing memory. This memory is limited and easily consumed, especially in early learners.
The temporal lobe is responsible for processing auditory information such as sounds and speech allowing comprehension of spoken words.
The parietal lobe manages the input from all the senses and processes touch. It assesses numerical relationships and the size, shape, orientation in space. It processes language and coordinates attention.
All visual information collected from the eyes is processed in the occipital lobe. This part of the brain processes visual input such as colors, shapes, size, dimensions, faces, written words, and objects.