To learn the names 1 to 10 and to associate the names with the correct quantities. When used with the printed numerals the child learns to associate the figures with the actual quantities 1 to 10.
Stand For Numerical Rods
A wooden box containing 10 wooden tablets (1-10) printed in red print for Numerical Rods.
Two sets of ten small wooden rods divided into units by alternating colors of red and blue. The rods are constant in height and width (1cm) while graduated in length from 2.5cm to 25cm. The rods are presented in a wooden box that includes one set of wooden number tiles 1-10. Similar to the Large Number Rods. But, this small number rods that comes in set...
Ten sandpaper numerals 0-9 mounted on green board and presented in a wooden box. To teach the child the written symbol for numbers 1 - 10.Size of tile: 6.5" x 5"
The Spindle Box shows that numbers can represent a collection (as opposed to extent) of separate objects. This set includes two wooden boxes of five compartments each with the numerals 0-9 printed above each compartment. 45 loose wooden spindles are included in this set.
Solid Individual Spindles
Storage box holds up to 45 spindles.Inner size of the box is 6.5" x 6.5" x 1.5"
Wooden box in two compartments containing 55 red counters and red numerals 1-10. To reinforce the sequence one to ten, and to give another perceptual experience of quantity as a collection of separate objects. To introduce the concept of odd and even.Dimension: 6.5" x 2.5" x 4.5" Packaged.
Two compartment box with 55 red wooden counters and a set of red printed wooden numerals 1-10.Dimension: 9.5" x 3.5" x 2" Packaged.
A wooden box with lid contains 20 matching pieces. This 1-10 number puzzle serves as the child’s introduction to quantity and symbol relationship.Dimension: 7.75" x 4.5" x 2.75" Packaged.
Large Number Cards - 1 - 9000 Wood, displayed in an open boxDimension of tile #9000: 8.5" x 2.5".