The child chooses a wooden answer chip, thinks of a multiplication equation that produces this product, then places the chip in the correct position on the ruled board. The material consists of printed wooden answer chips stored in a wooden box with lid and a wooden board with 100 squares printed on it.
Control Chart for Pythagoras Board.
The Pythagoras Board Copy Masters are to be copied, and used by the child to write his work down.A set of plastic PP board cards for copying.
Children can have lots of fun differentiating size, color, and shapes as they group these pegs into different sets. Pegs can also be used for counting practice, sorting and stacking. 16 pegs in 4 basic colors fit easily into the sturdy 8-1/2” square beech wood base.
This material is used for calculation of volume and may also be used with the cubing material. The wooden box with lid has a hinged side and contains 1000 1cm x 1cm wooden cubes.
A wooden hinged box with lid contains 250 wooden 2 cm cubes.
A wooden box with lid contains 20 yellow, square rules figures for the exercises of area.
A stand for plane geometric form exploration and measurement of height of the Constructive Triangles and the yellow triangles for area.
Not only are these wooden puzzles excellent for little hands because of the chunky pieces, they also provide a nice introduction to fractions. Each has nine different puzzles on one puzzle board! Children will enjoy learning shape and color discrimination while developing fine motor skills.
The geometry stick material consists of a series of color-coded sticks, plastic curves, a plastic measuring angle, tacks and brad fasteners, all stored in a compartmentalized wooden box with lid. The Geometry Stick Material is used in the Elementary classroom for the study of lines, the measurement of angles, and the construction and analysis of plane...
Wooden cork-covered board, measuring 60 x 50 cm, for use with Geometry Sticks.
Set of 2 wooden plates as follows: Instrument For The Measurement Of Angles used with the Fraction Circles to demonstrate how angles are measured in degrees. The Centisimal Frame used with the Fraction Circles to demonstrate how fractions may be reduced to decimal fractions.