Innovative, tactile tool to give children a foundational understanding of mathematics.
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A great tool to help fast track your child’s foundation in mathematics.
It starts with a click!!! Just depress the flexible buttons to start the fun journey into mathematics.
The Numerule’s ease of use builds maths confidence in children. Its robust, user friendly design gives children the ability to learn mathematics anytime and anywhere. All the positives of a learning aid without the small pieces that can be easily lost!
This new teaching resource incorporates the sensory elements of touch, sight and sound in a subtle, but focussed manner. The Numerule is a concrete learning aid, ideal for kinaesthetic learning. The physically interactive nature of the Numerule makes it ideal for assisting many on the autism spectrum. Those with numerical learning difficulties gain a greater understanding of foundational mathematics.
Designed by a Victorian maths teacher and made in Melbourne, Australia.
What you get
Numerule. Brightly coloured, 30cm, plastic manipulation ruler with 30 flexible buttons. Comes with instructional sheet.
How Does It Work
The Numerule combines the features of a measuring and counting device. The tactile, plastic Numerule is made of 30 flexible sections. Just click them down to count, or carry out mathematical operations adding, subtracting, multiplying or dividing by depressing the sections as you go.
Click up and down the number line to add or subtract. Click up or down the number line to multiply or subtract eg 4 x 5 = click every fourth number five times. Or 10 ÷ 2 = Start at 10 and click down every second number counting each depression.
In line with the Australian Level 1 and 2 curriculum, here are some more uses for the Numerule: number & algebra, measurement & geometry, statistics & probability, explore basic number facts to 30, investigate skip counting and number patterns, MAB measurement comparison and place value use, introduce multiples, factors, prime and composite numbers, helps to keep track of scores in any number of educational games.
- Mathematics Foundation
- Number recognition
|Age Group||3-4 Years, 5-6 Years, 7-8 Years, 9-10 Years|