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Time and Money

Included in this section are tools for learning time and money.  Items include clocks and a talking coin abacus.

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  • APH Analog Clock Model which is available at http://www.aph.org  item number 1-03125-00
    • Helps teach about time-telling concepts. Has braille and raised large print markings and hands that are easily rotated. The hands are synchronized like those of an actual clock (the Model has no motor).

                 analog clock

  • APH Digital Clock Model which is available at http://www.aph.org  item number 1-03126-00
    • Demonstrate how a digital clock works with this durable teaching tool. Has numbers in large print and literary Braille on three manually adjustable wheels (hour, ten minute, and minute). Housed in a black plastic case with non-skid rubber feet. (This is a model only and has no motor.)
      • Teach basic time concepts
      • Contrast digital and analog clocks
      • Introduce travel schedules or explain digital time/distance tracking devices

                     digital clock model

  • Clock Face Sheets in Braille which is available at http://www.aph.org  item number 1-03111-00
    • Each sheet contains four embossed braille clock faces. Hands can be added to these blank clock faces. Embossed on manila transcribing paper measuring 11 1/2 x 11 inches. 3-hole punched. 25 per package.

                clock face sheets

  • Talking Coin Abacus 
    • This talking teaching tool helps children master money counting. Slide over a coin or dollar bill, and the game speaks back the total value. Differentiated coin sizes highlight the difference between a quarter and a penny. Two different games make learning even more fun!

                Talking Coin Abacus

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