Kathryn A. Martin Library

Teaching Materials Math Kits

Abacus [realia]. (197?). TKM 534
Abacus has 11 wooden pegs with 4 wooden beads on the lower section which is separate from the upper section which has one bead on each peg. 1 abacus : wood and plastic.

Active interest mathematics : part A 1. [Kit] by Kenneth G. Milton, Trevor J. Leo. (1975). TKM 549
68 duplicating masters, 173 cards, and teacher’s guide.

Addition [flash card]. (2011). TKM 587.4
"Using flash cards makes learning addition more fun. Ideal for individuals or small groups."--Container. Includes 35 double-sided cards with addition problems on either side and the answer in small digits on the verso, and one card suggesting games for one, two or multiple players.

Adsubmuldi fractions [game] by Robert L. Gang. (1978). TKM 511
Teaches basic fractions in mathematics. For elementary grades. 1 checkerboard, 60 checkers, 60 fraction circles, 1 teachers’ guide

Adsubmuldi [game] by Robert L. Gang. (1978). TKM 510
Teaches basic mathematical skills. For elementary grades. For elementary grades. 1 checkerboard, 60 checkers, 60 number circles, 1 teachers’ guide.

Air plane counters [realia]. (197?). TKM 578
48 airplane counters : red and yellow wood ; in container, 6 x 21 x 6cm.

Algebra tiles [realia]. (2009). TKM 583
Uses: 1) Understanding negative and positive numbers in a concrete, physical, visual manner. 2) Representing polynomials in a visual, concrete, tactile form. 3) Adding and subtracting polynomials in a visual, concrete, tactile form. 4) Relating [length x width = area] to the multiplication of polynomials [x x x = x 2]. 5) Multiplying, dividing, and factoring polynomials in a visual, concrete, tactile form. 6) Developing problem-solving skills and logical thinking.

Arithmablocks [kit] : pre-school kit. (1973). TKM 543
Introduces fundamental concepts in arithmetic through manipulation. Covers only numbers 1-5. For pre-school children. 6 blocks, 6 pegs.

Arithmetic flash cards [realia]. (197?). TKM 585
A variety of flash cards for addition, division, multiplication and subtraction.

ASCOBLOC : logic blocks, attribute blocks. [Game]. (1970). TKM 517
Solid plastic blocks used to aid in teaching modern mathematics to primary grade students. 115 colored plastic pieces.

ASCOBLOC 2 [game]. (1979). TKM 518
Solid plastic blocks used to aid in teaching modern mathematics to primary grade students. 96 pieces in container (32x39x9 cm.)

Attaining excellence [kit] : a TIMSS resource kit. (1998). TKM 531
Guide to the kit (1 text) -- Education module, including "Introduction to TIMSS" (4 texts, 1 video) -- Achievement module (3 texts) -- Teaching module (3 texts, 1 video) -- Curricula module (1 text). 1 kit (12 booklets, 2 videocassettes) : ill. ; in box (26 x 31 x 23 cm.)

Attribute games and problems [kit]. (197?). TKM 528
Provides a method through which students develop an understanding of the classification process, investigate set theory, and explore concepts of logic. 32 A-blocks, 60 color cubes, 5 nylon loops, 15 people pieces, and 25 tagboard label cards in boxes in container.

Attribute links [realia]. (n.d.). TKM 562
Five shapes in two sizes in red, green, yellow and blue. Set may be incomplete. 39 colored plastic geometric shapes; in container.

Attribute logic blocks [kit]. (1972). TKM 529
60 plastic pieces shaped like cars, trucks, sailboats, train engines, planes, etc. in container. For elementary education. "The activities in this booklet are selected from ’Early Learning and Thinking in Mathematics’. "

Base ten [realia]. (1960). TKM 500
Teaches base ten mathematics and the decimal system. For elementary grades. Blocks marked KIT 232. 1 block of 1000 squares, 6 blocks of 100 squares, 15 blocks of 10 squares, 50 1 square blocks.

Base ten blocks [kit]. (2005). TKM 586
Set of materials for teaching basic math concepts, e.g., place value ; for use with grades 2-6. Includes 1 base 10 flat, 10 base 10 rods, 149 base 10 units.

Base ten starter set [kit]. (199?). TKM 532
Precision-tooled blocks divided into centimeters provide visual models for use in teaching base ten number system concepts. Includes foam 10 cm. rod blocks; foam 1 cm square blocks; foam 10 cm cubes; ten 10 x 10 x 1 cm foam flat blocks.

Blank number cubes [realia]. (199?). TKM 584
Cubes can be used for lessons in probability. Includes dots for writing numbers on the faces.

Block set [realia]. (1960?). TKM 550
Preschool, for promoting creative play.

Blocks in a box [kit] : overhead activities for numeration, counting and addition. (1982). TKM 522
Provides activities to teach mathematics in the early grades. 20 wooden blocks (1 cm. x 1 cm. x 1 cm.), 2 wooden dowels, 1 plastic box with cover, 1 overhead, workbook, guide ; in box.

Car counters [realia]. (197?). TKM 577
132 automobile counters : blue, pink and yellow plastic ; in container, 15 x 12 x 32 cm.

Chinese abacus [realia]. (197?). TKM 527
Abacus has 11 wooden pegs with 5 wooden beads on the lower section which is separate from the upper section which has two beads on each peg. 1 abacus : wood and plastic ; 17 x 9 x 2 cm.

Color tiles [realia]. (197?). TKM 506
Contains approximately 100 each red, blue, green and yellow tiles. ca. 400 tiles : plastic, col. ; 1 in x 1 in., in box 25 x 32 x 6 cm.

Colored inch cube designs [kit]. (1972). TKM 538
To teach older children how views of surfaces change with movement and how three dimensions are represented on a flat surface. For primary grades.

Colored inch cubes in perspective [kit]. (1968). TKM 537
To teach older children how views of surfaces change with movement and how three-dimensions are represented on a flat surface. For primary grades. 24 colored design cards, instruction sheet, in container.

Colored inch cubes. [Realia]. (1972). TKM 536
To teach older children how views of surfaces change with movement and how three dimensions are represented on a flat surface. For primary grades.

Connected mathematics teacher resource kit. Grade 6 [kit]. (1998?). TKM 560 Pts. 1-19
1 kit (52 Cuisenaire overhead col. tiles, 250 Cuisenaire color counters, 1 Cuisenaire angle ruler, 1 set of Cuisenaire polystrips (12 long strips, 6 short strips, 24 joiners), assessment resources, blackline masters, transparencies, pad of one-centimeter graph paper, pad of isometric dot paper, pad of inch graph paper, 1 shapeset leaflet) ; in containers.

Count-on cards [flash card]. (2009). TKM 590
Flash cards and number cards for counting numbers and money.

Cuisenaire [kit]. (1977?). TKM 545
For elementary grades. Various pieces in container.

Cuisenaire roddles [game] : sixteen problem-solving games and puzzles. (1981). TKM 514
Designed to tax visual problem solving skills. Intended audience: ages 10 to adult. 17 games (76 Cuisenaire rods, 17 game boards) : col. ; in box, 31 x 23 x 6 cm. + 1 guide.

Cuisenaire rods [kit]. (197?). TKM 505
Gives ground rules for use of the rods to explain mathematical concepts. For elementary grades. 281 rods in various colors.

Cuisenaire rods [kit]. (n.d.). TKM 521
Presents pupils in kindergarten through grade 6 with concepts of one-to-one correspondence, conservation of number, cardinal and ordinal values, fractions, area, volume, symmetry, graphical representations and sampling. Pupils may be asked to sort, count, add, subtract, group, use Venn diagrams, determine volume and reproduce geometric patterns.

Deluxe fraction circles [realia]. (199?). TKM 580
Consists of nine opaque colored circles, cut to represent 1 whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10 and 1/12. The fraction circles can be used to provide students with a concrete model of fractional relationships.

[Dice collection] [realia]. (197?). TKM 581
Various sizes, colours and materials of dice.

Division [flash card]. (2011). TKM 587.3
"Using flash cards makes learning division more fun. Ideal for individuals or small groups."--Container. Includes 35 double-sided cards with division problems on either side and the answer in small digits on the verso.

Embossed fraction tiles [realia]. (2009). TKM 565
Rectangular shapes representing the following fractions : 1 (red), 1/2 (pink), 1/3 (orange), 1/4 (yellow), 1/5 (green), 1/6 (turquoise), 1/8 (dark blue), 1/10 (purple), and 1/12 (black). Use to understand the concepts of fractions and mixed numbers, equivalent fractions, and fractions in problem solving.

Fraction bars [kit]. (1973?). TKM 501
1 kit: 4 introductory card sets, 6 card sets; 2, 5, 30 game mats; 2 spinners; 6 fraction bars sets (67 bars each); 500 game markers.

Geo blocks. [Kit]. (n.d.). TKM 507
Geo Blocks are a set of hardwood blocks in a range of shapes and sizes designed to stimulate interest in linear, surface areas, and volume relationships. Grades K-6.

Geo strips [kit]. (196?). TKM 526
Helps students learn angles and basic geometric shapes. 69 plastic strips, 144 clips, 1 protractor in container, 13 activity cards ; in container.

Geoboard [kit]. (1972). TKM 525
Materials can be used to demonstrate abstract mathematical concepts through concrete learning experiences. For grades 4 through 9. 1 geoboard, 40 geocards, 1 manual (card) ; in container.

Georule. [Realia]. (197?). TKM 544
Students learn to identify and construct geometric shapes, discriminate between open and closed figures, and identify direction, lines, and angles. 1 six-foot folding rule.

Geosquare activity cards [kit]. (1971). TKM 563
1 kit (including teacher’s guide and activity cards).

GeoTool compass classpack [realia]. (200?). TKM 576
Classroom tool that can be used in geometry and science applications to draw circles, angles, arcs, sectors, and pie graphs. Provides direct comparison of inches and centimeters.

Grouping circles [realia]. (199?). TKM 589
For use with attribute blocks, and for counting and sorting.

Hop to it! [electronic resource]. (1993). TKM 596
Designed by Stephen Birkelbach ; programmer, Stephen Birkelbach to provide students with an environment for building confidence in mathematics ability, for becoming a mathematical problem solver, and for learning to communicate mathematically using math facts and the number line. 1 floppy disk, teaching guide. 1 computer disk : col. ; 3 1/2 in. + 1 teacher’s guide. (MAC).

How long is it? [kit] : Measurement center. (2008). TKM 579
Targets standards in these areas: Understanding the concept of length, comparing lengths of objects, measureing with non-standard units, learning math vocabulary. Includes wooden stand, 24 activity cards, 6 foam measureing feet, 100 plastic links, 24 snap-together inchworms.

Introducing geoboards [game] by John Trivett. (1983). TKM 533
60 activity cards : col. ill. ; 16 x 23 cm.

Logical blocks [kit]. (19??). TKM 515
For preschool education. 46 plastic blocks.

Math bingo [game]. (2011). TKM 592
Includes 8 bingo cards, 42 time cards, 70 bingo chips. Designed to develop familiarity with multiplication, division, addition and subtraction.

Math family fun-pack set [game] by Frog Publications. (2001). TKM 571 Pts. A-E
Uses a game format to teach math. Two or more may play. 5 sets of games (boards, game cards, tokens, instructions) ; in plastic file boxes.

Mathematics involvement program. [Kit] by David Gladstone and Joseph R. Gladstone. (1971). TKM 557
Teaches mathematical concepts by use of manipulative materials. For elementary grades.

Mathematics tiles [realia]. (2009). TKM 591
Number and symbol tiles (14), inch and five-square tiles (24), stairstep tiles (10). Used to understand the concepts of mathematics in problem solving.

Maths mini-lab. [Kit] : teacher’s guide by Donald Cohen. (1972, 1971). TKM 502
Number and algebra -- Measurement -- Geometry -- Logic -- Statistics. Teaches basic mathematical concepts. For elementary grades.

Mathset geometry. Flash card by Joan Routledge. (1969). TKM 555
A series of activities for ages 8 to 14 dealing with many aspects of geometry including space shapes, plane figures, lines and angles, symmetry, co-ordinates, area, perimeter, volume and fractions. Many activities require additional equipment or supplies. 240 cards, 8 dividers, 1 teacher’s guide, 1 glossary in container.

Measuring cups [realia]. (1990?). TKM 573
13 cups in a box.

Methods of teaching elementary school mathematics [kit] : a multimedia program. (1975). TKM 551
For pre-service teachers, in-service teachers, and teachers in graduate training, to enhance the quality of elementary school mathematics instruction. Accompanied by text: Methods of teaching elementary school mathematics, by Robert G. Underhill.

Metric geo-blocks [realia]. (1960-1970). TKM 509
Can be used in teaching the metric system and mathematics. For elementary grades. 190 wooden blocks in various shapes and sizes, teacher’s guide.

Metric involvement kit [kit]. (1975). TKM 547
Teaches use and application of the metric system. For elementary grades. various pieces in container, 1 book of transparencies.

Millie's math house [electronic resource]. (1992). TKM 597
Uses 6 play activities to teach young children about numbers, counting, patterns, problem-solving, shapes, etc. 4 floppy disks, teacher's guide, Edmark software packet. 4 computer disks ; 3 1/2 in. + 1 Teacher’s guide.

Money set [realia]. (200?). TKM 553
U.S. coins in plastic container (15 x 12 x 32 cm). Teaches children money recognition and counting.

Money set [realia]. (200?). TKM 554
U.S. currency bills in plastic container (15 x 12 x 32 cm). Teaches children money recognition and counting.

Multilink cubes [kit]. (1974?). TKM 521
Presents pupils in kindergarten through grade 6 with concepts of one-to-one correspondence, conservation of number, cardinal and ordinal values, fractions, area, volume, symmetry, graphical representations and sampling. Pupils may be asked to sort, count, add, subtract, group, use Venn diagrams, determine volume and reproduce geometric patterns.

Multilink number activity cards (kit) devised and written by R. J. Stone. (1978). TKM 535
58 activity cards, 11 teacher cards : col. ; in container. Number concept.

Multilinks: Metric interlocking 2 cm. cubes. [Kit]. (n.d.). TKM 503
Shows relationships in metric cubic measurement. For preschool instruction.

Multiplication [flash card]. (2011). TKM 587.2
"Using flash cards makes learning multiplication more fun. Ideal for individuals or small groups."--Container. Includes 35 double-sided cards with multiplication problems on either side and the answer in small digits on the verso, and one card suggesting games for one, two or multiple players.

Non-routine problems to acquire mathematical power [game] by Ruth Hadley. (1987). TKM 542
Problems and puzzles to encourage problem solving in students. For elementary grades. 28 cards : b&w ; 22 x 14 cm.

Number flash cards [flash card]. (197?). TKM 588
Number and number word cards for numerals 1-10. Use as flash cards or for matching games.

Numbers. (2011). TKM 593
"Using flash cards makes discovering numbers more fun. Ideal for individuals or small groups."--Container. Includes 33 double-sided cards with colored shapes on one side and their description on the other, and three cards with the rules of the game and suggested games.

Numble : the cross-number game. [Game]. (1968). TKM 561
Numble is a scrabble type number game which involves addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division computations. The materials include a game board, 4 wooden tile racks, and an assortment of wooden tiles with numbers from 0 to 9 printed on them. Students are asked to arrange the tiles on the board in ascending or descending order to make totals divisible by 3. Grades 4 through 12.

Opaque fraction tiles [realia]. (2009). TKM 568
Rectangular shapes representing the following fractions: 1/2 (pink), 1/3 (orange), 1/6 (turquoise), 1/8 (dark blue), 1/10 (purple), and 1/12 (black). Use to understand the concepts of fractions and mixed numbers, equivalent fractions, and fractions in problem solving.

Overhead color tiles [realia]. (1999?). TKM 516
52 plastic squares : col. ; 3 x 3 cm., in ziploc plastic bag. Includes 13 each blue, yellow, orange, purple, red, green, pink. 

Overhead power of ten [transparency]. (198?). TKM 558
31 pieces (20 white 1 CM. Rods, 10 orange 10 CM. Rods, 1 orange 10 CM. Square) : col., plastic ; in plastic bag 14 x 11 cm

Paper fraction tiles [realia]. (2009). TKM 567
Rectangular paper shapes representing the following fractions: 1 (red), 1/2 (blue), 1/3 (orange), 1/4 (yellow), 1/5 (green), 1/6 (turquoise), 1/8 (brown), 1/10 (purple), and 1/12 (black). Use to understand the concepts of fractions and mixed numbers, equivalent fractions, and fractions in problem solving.

Pattern blocks [flash card]. (1972). TKM 556
Math manipulative that teaches shapes and colors as well as fractions using blocks.

Pattern blocks games [school pack] [game]. (1982). TKM 512
Set 1. Beginners (gr. K-3) -- Set 2. Geometry (gr. 3-6) -- Set 3. Fractions (gr. 4-6) -- Set 4. Logic/problem solving (gr. 3-6). Various pieces (game cards, player’s cards, grid cards, spinners), in container.

Pattern blocks [kit] by Elementary Science Study. (196?). TKM 519
Consists of a variety of pieces which can be used in learning about shapes and geometry. Includes trapezoids, triangles, diamonds, squares, and hexagons. For preschool education.

Pattern blocks task cards by Gail Robinette and Carol Stringer. (1974). TKM 530
"Fun cards for pattern blocks." 24 task cards : col. ill. ; 22 x 28 cm. + 23 record sheets in container.

Place value cubes [kit]. (1975). TKM 524
Manipulative cubes for exploratory and reinforcement activities on place value. 24 plastic cubes, 1 shaker cup, [18] activity cards and 1 teacher card in envelope ; in box.

Poleidoblocs [realia]. (1962). TKM 523
Designed to teach mathematics to children. For preschool and primary education. 2 teaching guides, 1 pattern sheet, 53 blocks in various shapes and sizes.

Problem cards for Geo Blocks [game] by Elementary Science Study. (1969). TKM 508
Activity cards for Geo blocks. 106 cards : col. ; 28x22 cm.

Projects for the math lab [kit] : set 1 by Shirley S. Price. (1974). TKM 541
Sections correspond to topics in elementary texts and include: Linear measurement--Area, Perimeter, Circumference--Volume--Weight--Geometry--Maps--Graphs--Probability--Estimating--Math art. For elementary education. Set 1: Intermediate level.

Projects in metric measurement by Shirley K. Price and Merle E. Price. (1974). TKM 548
Projects dealing with area, volume, length, mass, and temperature teach the metric system. For elementary education. Intermediate level: set 1.

Protractors [realia]. (200?). TKM 504
7 protractors : clear plastic, black letters ; 9 x 16 cm. Six inch protractors designed to be used for measuring and constructing angles.

Real life math [kit] : living on a paycheck by Ellen McPeek Glisan. (2001). TKM 566
Math-based consumer education simulation program designed as an ongoing role play of daily life. Students learn to write checks and keep a check register. For students with learning disabilities. 1 teacher’s manual, 1 activity book, 62 books of checks (25 checks per book), 17 checkbook covers, 15 checkbook registers, 1 rubber stamp, 12 ATM cards, 15 credit cards.

Rodney Rod [kit]. (1997). TKM 520
Game teaches math concepts. Additional requirement: 1 set of Cuisenaire rods. 60 playing cards, 2 playing boards, 1 card of instructions in container.

Rulers : [realia]. (200?). TKM 572
23 rulers marked in inches and centimeters ; plastic ; 31 cm.

Shape up! [electronic resource]. (1995). TKM 594
Provides students with sets of two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes and tools that allow the students to investigate the names of properties of common geometric shapes, compare measurements, examine symmetries, and discover relationships. 10 computer discs : sd., col. ; 3 1/2 in. + 1 teacher’s guide. (MAC).

Small abacus and arithmetic [realia]. (1973). TKM 546
A device used to teach arithmetic computation. For elementary and special education. 1 abacus : wood and metal, col. ; 23 x 12 cm. + 1 teacher’s guide.

SMP cards I [activity card] by Bob Cory, et al. (1973). TKM 552
Problems and puzzles to encourage problem solving in students. Main pack -- Preliminary pack -- Supplementary pack. For elementary grades. "Covering books A and B."--main pack box. 3 boxes of cards : col. ; 22 x 2 x 2 cm. to 22 x 16 x 11 cm.

Subtraction [flash card]. (2011). TKM 587.1
"Using flash cards makes learning subtraction more fun. Ideal for individuals or small groups."--Container. Includes 35 double-sided cards with subtraction problems on either side and the answer in small digits on the verso, and one card suggesting games for one, two or multiple players.

Techniques of problem solving [kit]. (1980). TKM 539 Pts. 1-2
"There are eight TOPS Problem Decks, one deck each for students in grades 3 through 9, and a secondary deck. Each problem deck consists of 200 problem cards. The problem cards provide opportunities for students to use a variety of problem-solving skills and strategies while applying previously acquired mathematical skills & concepts." - Intro. TOPS problem deck.--Problem Deck A, 3rd grade curriculum.--Problem Deck AA, 7th grade curriculum.--Problem Deck AAA, secondary deck.--Problem Deck B, 4th grade curriculum.--Problem Deck BB, 8th grade curriculum.--Problem Deck C, 5th grade curriculum.--Problem Deck CC, 9th grade curriculum.--Problem Deck D, 6th grade curriculum. Part 1 contains TOPS problem deck and decks A, AA, and AAA. Part 2 contains decks B, C, CC and D. 9 boxes (1600 cards) : col. ; 23 x 7 x 16 cm. + 9 teachers’ guides. Intended audience : Grade 2.

Tenth planet explores math Number : Combining and breaking apart numbers [electronic resource]. (1998). TKM 595.5
Students develop their understanding of numbers by combining numbers to form a larger group and breaking numbers into smaller groups. 1 cd, teaching guide, technical guide. 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teaching guide + 1 technical guide + 1 quick reference "at a glance" guide. (MAC).

Tenth planet explores math. Geometry. Shapes within shapes [electronic resource].  (1998). TKM 595.3
Working with themes of origami and quilts, children cut and rearrange shapes to create new shapes while advancing their understanding of geometric properties and spatial relationships. 10 cd's, teaching guide, technical guide. 10 computer optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + at-a-glance sheet, teaching guide, technical guide. (MAC).

Tenth planet explores math. Number. Grouping and place value [electronic resource]. (1998). TKM 595.4
Students develop their understanding of our number system through a series of grouping experiences. Learn that putting objects into groups of equal size can help them count a large number of objects. 1 cd, teaching guide, technical guide. 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teaching guide (74 p. : ill. ; 22 x 29 cm.) + 1 technical guide (29 p. : ill. 22 x 28 cm.) + 1 quick reference "at a glance" guide. (MAC).

Tenth Planet explores math. Number. Number, meanings and counting [electronic resource]. (1998). TKM 595.6
Explores number meanings and counting including hands-on activities such as exploring the theme of parades. Children observe a Chinese dragon parade and identify the number of people carrying the dragon; children use numbers as they create groups of lions and dragons, design fanciful uniforms, arrange a given number of people for a flag parade, and sort and count students and then objects at home; provides a performance assessment activity and charts that identify the mathematics in each activity, as well as the NCTM Standards addressed. 1 cd, teaching guide, technical guide. 1 computer optical disc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teaching guide (64 p. : ill. ; 22 x 29 cm.) + 1 technical guide (29 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) + 1 "at a glance" sheet. (PC).

Tenth planet explores math. Geometry. Creating patterns from shapes [electronic resource]. (1998). TKM 595.1
Strengthens students’ understanding of patterns by exploring the properties of radiating and tiling patterns. Using Native American basket weaving and Japanese fish print themes, students work with shapes and patterns and learn to apply concepts of place value, fractions, estimation, area and measurement to their geometric work. Develops students’ ability to classify information and gain a sense of the regularity of mathematics. 10 cd's, teaching guide, technical guide. 10 computer optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teaching guide (97 p.) + 1 technical guide (29 p.) + 1 quick reference sheet. (MAC).

Tenth planet explores math. Geometry. Introduction to patterns [electronic resource]. (1998). TKM 595.2
Explores linear and geometric patterns which are experienced in movement by creating a dance. Colorful snakes with geometric patterns to match a story are created. In multimedia activities, students predict a pattern as it is revealed one section at a time. Integrates geometry and spatial sense with patterns and relationships, number, and measurement. 10 cd's, teaching guide, technical guide. 10 computer optical discs : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 teaching guide (87 p. : ill. ; 22 x 29 cm.) + 1 technical guide (29 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.) + 1 "at a glance" sheet. (MAC).

TouchMath. Kindergarten. Number concept poster set [picture]. (1999). TKM 570
Posters for use with the kindergarten portion of the TouchMath system, which helps students learn basic computation skills while increasing their understanding of concepts and improving their attitudes toward math. Kindergarten. (5th ed, rev. and expanded). 10 posters : col. ; 69 x 33 cm.-92 x 31 cm. + 1 guide book in tube.

TouchMath second grade set [kit]. (1999). TKM 569
[v.1] Addition kit -- [v.2] Subtraction kit -- [v.3] Sequence counting/multiplication kit -- [v.4] Story problems kit -- [v.5] General math kit. Grade 2. 5 kits in 5 containers ; 23 x 29 x 4 cm.

Transparent counters [realia]. (2005?). TKM 513
200 counters : plastic, col. ; 2 cm.

TUF : the superlative mathematics game [Game]. (1967). TKM 582
"Tuf is a fast, competitive game based on number sentences or equations. It is meant to be played by two, three, or four players in a groug. TUF is a great solitarie game, too. Concentration and logical thought are essential, excitment is generated by competition between opponents and time."

Two-color counters [realia]. (2008?). TKM 575
Two-color Counters can be used to introduce and develop a variety of mathematical concepts. 200 counting chips : plastic, col. ; 2 1/2 cm. dia.

Unifix cubes [realia]. (1974). TKM 540
For preschool education. 500 colored plastic cubes, and teacher’s manual, in box.

Using algebra tiles [realia]. (1998). TKM 559
234 tiles, 3 tray : plastic, col. + 3 books (16 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.). Accompanying book written by Bonnie Litwiller. 

Walker geo-cards [kit]. (19??). TKM 564
Activities to explore mathematics using a geo-board. 205 activity cards ; in container.

Wooden attribute blocks [realia]. (n.d.). TKM 574
49 col. wooden geometric blocks ; in container.

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