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- A board divided into squares (each 2cm x 2cm) across from left to right and 11 squares from top to bottom. The topmost squares are numbered 1 to 18; from 1 to 10 in red and from 11 to 18 are in blue. There is a red line that divides the board vertically, after the number 10.
-board size:41 X 30 X 4.5 cm
-contains : 2x9 red sticks & 2x9 blue sticks , 17 wooden sticks
-red & blue sticks size : 18,16.14,12.10.8,6,4,2 cm
-wooden sticks size : 34.32,30,28,26,24,22,20,18,16,14,12,10,8,6,4,2 cm
-age:3+

Availability:
Out of stock

SKU:
4002

Manufacturer:
Others

755.00 LE

- A board divided into squares (each 2cm x 2cm) across from left to right and 11 squares from top to bottom. The topmost squares are numbered 1 to 18; from 1 to 10 in red and from 11 to 18 are in blue. There is a red line that divides the board vertically, after the number 10.

- 2 sets of strips; one set is blue with symbols 1 to 9. The other set is red, which are subdivided into squares by blue lines. The end square of each strip is marked with the symbol that corresponds to the number of its squares.

Presentation 1

- Have the child bring Chart 1, the two sets of strips, and the board to the table.
- Introduce the child to the board. Show the child the red line which shows us that we have reached ten.
- Show the numbers at the top of the board and tell the child that this is where the answer will be found.
- Show the child the strips you will be using for addition.
- Have the child take out all of the blue strips.
- Have the child place them randomly to the left of the chart.
- Have the child place them in order as shown below:

- A board divided into squares (each 2cm x 2cm) across from left to right and 11 squares from top to bottom. The topmost squares are numbered 1 to 18; from 1 to 10 in red and from 11 to 18 are in blue. There is a red line that divides the board vertically, after the number 10.

- 2 sets of strips; one set is blue with symbols 1 to 9. The other set is red, which are subdivided into squares by blue lines. The end square of each strip is marked with the symbol that corresponds to the number of its squares.

Presentation 1

- Have the child bring Chart 1, the two sets of strips, and the board to the table.
- Introduce the child to the board. Show the child the red line which shows us that we have reached ten.
- Show the numbers at the top of the board and tell the child that this is where the answer will be found.
- Show the child the strips you will be using for addition.
- Have the child take out all of the blue strips.
- Have the child place them randomly to the left of the chart.
- Have the child place them in order as shown below:

Age | 3+ |

Age | 3+ |