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1. BEADED CARDS --- DISCONTINUED. (Verified 6/2003) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Beaded Cards are tactile letters and numbers designed to provide tactile reinforcement of shapes and concepts for children with learning and visual disabilities. Two card-style sets are available, containing upper- and lowercase alphabets and the numerals 0 through 9. Each letter or number is outlined in beads. The lowercase letters are identified with a position dot in the upper right corner to ensure proper positioning...[More Information]

2. FACTILES, 33865 --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Tactile aid for arithmetic. Tactile flash cards. Provide a multisensory approach to math for children with perceptual difficulties. Provides 390 basic math facts in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Each card contains an embossed, color coded math fact on a writable/erasable surface. Student can see, feel, trace and write the fact while saying it. Kit includes factiles, 4 colored markers and eraser bottle. Extra factile...[More Information]

3. GEOMETRIC AREA AND VOLUME AID (MODEL 1-03200) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Three dimensional units can be constructed to relate to surface areas and volumes which are most often found in elementary mathematics texts. Set consists of a divided tray, 6 single unit blocks (1 square inch), 24 multiple unit blocks (with grooves defining single units), and 20 connector pegs....[More Information]

4. INTRODUCTION TO MEASUREMENT IN MATHEMATICS (MODEL 1-08470) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Prenumber kit designed to guide instruction of students in basic concepts of measurement and in measurement operations. Kit includes 3 sets of tactile aids and 3 pre-number instructional activities programs, 1 each in linear, volume/capacity, and mass/weight. Programs are for use by teacher and emphasize student manipulation of tactile aids in exercises for classifying, comparing, ordering and measuring without numbers. Recommended for ag...[More Information]

5. METRIC MEASUREMENT PROGRAM (MODEL 1-08270) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Encompasses all of the materials and instruction of introduction to measurement in mathematics and introduces metric measurement, using standard metric units. Includes 3 sets of tactile aids and 3 pre-number instructional activities programs, 1 each in linear volume/capacity, and mass/weight. The metric portion includes 3 sets of highly visual tactile aids (various measuring sticks, volume containers, and weights) and 3 instructional prog...[More Information]

6. MITCHELL WIRE FORMS WITH MATCHED PLANES AND VOLUMES (MODEL 1-0340) --- DISCONTINUED. RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. --- Consists of a set of geometric figures which concretely illustrate outline forms, planes, and volumes commonly found in geometric problems. Corresponding figures in all 3 forms are built to the same scale and are color coordinated for comparison and matching exercises. included in the set are 15 solids, 11 planes, and 24 wire frames which provide a raised outline of common geometric illustrations....[More Information]

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