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Number and Operations

Included in this section are tools to increase access to number and operations.  Items include Hundreds Board, Abacus, Basic Operations, Flash Cards, Counting, Fractions.

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Click here for a Complete List of Math Items in all of the Math Tools Sections without the detailed description.

  • Nemeth Code Reference Sheet for Basic Mathematics http://www.aph.org  Braille 5-87400-00  Print 7-87500-00
    • Listing of common symbols from the Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics. Shows symbols in use. 
    • Groupings include:
          Numbers                 Money
          Omissions               Geometry
          Comparisons           Fractions
          Operations              Other Related Symbols

                        Nemeth code reference sheet

  • Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille/Print Numbers 0-100 http://www.aph.org 1-08876-00
    • These multi-use tactile stickers are printed and embossed on clear, durable plastic.
    • Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille/Print Numbers 0-100 are intended for the creation and adaptation of science and math related materials.
    • Example Uses
      • Adapting science and math measurement devices (e.g., measuring cups, rulers and yardsticks, number lines, thermometers, clock faces, etc.)
      • Creating hundreds charts; addition/subtraction/multiplication/division tables; number books/cards
      • Creating tactile graphs and diagrams in the areas of math and science
      • Adapting games with numbers (e.g., bingo cards, UNO® cards, counting/patterning math games, etc.)
    • Includes:
      • 4 sheets of Nemeth Braille/Print Number Stickers 0-9 (multiple stickers of each number are provided on each sheet of 169 stickers)
      • 4 sheets of Nemeth Braille/Print Number Stickers 10-100 (one sticker per number on each sheet of 91 stickers)
      • Suggested Uses Guide, Large Print
      • Suggested Uses Guide, Braille

                         Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille/Print Numbers 0-100

  • Quick Pick Counting which is available at http://www.aph.org  1-03574-00
    • Game designed to help young children learn to count to 12 with raised-line symbols and Braille numbers. Can also be used with developmentally delayed students. Game includes fifty one-sided game cards in a plastic packet. The student counts the tactile symbols and then reads the correct Braille number. The raised-line symbols are embossed only, the number answers are large print/Braille Cards can be subdivided into smaller groups with the raised-line symbols arranged to better match the student’s skill level.

                     Quick Pick Counting

  • Quick Pick Math which is available at http://www.aph.org
    • Math game consisting of a plastic packet containing fifty large print/braille cards. The front and back of each card contains a math question and four possible answers. To play, the student inserts the included tool in one of four holes in the front of the plastic packet. If the answer is correct, the card will slide out. If the answer is incorrect, the card will not pull out, and the student should try again.

                        Addition           1-03570-00

                        Subtraction       1-03571-00

                        Multiplication    1-03572-00

                        Division            1-03573-00

 

                       Quick Pick Math

  • Addition and Subtraction Table http://www.aph.org  5-82699-00
    • This handy chart helps students quickly find the sums and difference of whole numbers.
    • The large print/braille tool is designed to reinforce the basic addition and subtraction facts for young math students. The grid can be used to find the sum of two whole numbers from 1 through 10 or the difference of a related subtraction problem.
    • The chart is printed/embossed on white index stock paper and is punched for a 3-ring binder. Alternating rows are highlighted to help low vision students easily track numbers.  

                       Addition and Subtraction Table

  • Multiplication and Division Table  http://www.aph.org 5-82700-01
    • A large print/braille tool to help math students with multiplication and division problems. The chart is printed/embossed on white index card stock and is punched for a 3-ring binder. Alternating rows are highlighted to help low vision students easily track numbers.  
    • The Multiplication and Division Table Kit, Updated has been expanded so students can find the products of two whole numbers from 1-10 or the quotient of a related division problem.

                        Multiplication and Division Table

  • Math Drill Cards which is available at http://www.aph.org
    • Handy math skill reinforcing cards in five separate sets. The cards in the Number and Math Sign set have a math sign or number sign in braille and large type and braille on opposite sides. Large type/braille math operations cards have a math fact and the fact with the answer on opposite sides. Braille is Nemeth Braille Code for Mathematics. 3 1/2 x 2 inches; low-glare paper; black printing; orientation corner cut.
      • Number & Math Signs  1-03551-00
      • Addition                        1-03552-00
      • Subtraction                    1-03553-00
      • Multiplication                 1-03554-00
      • Division                         1-03555-00

                        Math Drill Cards

  • APH Fractional Parts of Wholes Set which is available at http://www.aph.org  1-03290-00
    • Tactile circles introduce the concepts of wholes, halves, thirds, and fourths. This set contains one work tray with three form boards and our 3-inch diameter circles, one whole and the others cut into halves, thirds, and fourths.

                          APH Fractional Parts of Wholes Set                                     

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