Number Concepts

  • Number Concepts


    Monkey Math


    Help the monkey balance his bananas by placing equal amounts of bananas on each of his arms. If the amounts don’t equal up the Monkey’s eyes will cross and the heavier arm will fall down. Use this Monkey Math to teach number recognition, counting, basic addition and more. Each set includes a Monkey Math Balancing scale, 15 plastic number tokens and instructions.

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    Sandpaper Numerals


    Kids learn their numbers by following the arrows and tracing the Sandpaper Numerals set. Each 4 1/4” x 2 5/8” card is made of thick sturdy cardboard with one 2.5” number that’s covered with fine sand- this allows the kids to have an interesting tactile experience.


    Unifix Cubes


    The cubes represent units and they link together easily. Some common concepts that students learn with these cubes are- lacing, patterning, sequencing, grouping, sorting, counting, numbers, addition, subtraction, division, multiplication, and measurement.

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    Write On Wipe Off Numbers


    This set features cards kids can write on with crayons or dry erase markers. Want to write on the card again? No problem, just wipe clean with a tissue and reuse.


    Magnetic Number Maze


    This maze features an acrylic top that locks in the magnetic balls and an attached pole so you don’t have to worry about losing any pieces. Work on hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills as you guide the balls. Work on counting and matching by placing the correct number of balls in each bin.

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