Counting

Fingers: Shows how fingers can be used to solve simple addition sums.
Number Strip: Shows how the Number Strip can be used to model subtraction.
Bead Strings: Shows how Bead Strings can be used to develop skip counting and counting on.
Number Fans: Shows how Number Fans can be used to develop number identification.
Arrow Cards: Shows how Arrow cards can be linked to place value equipment.
Flip Strip: Shows how the flip strip can be used to help learn 'numbers after'.
Number Strip 2: Shows how the Number Strip can be used to demonstrate counting on to solve multiplication problems.
Beans: Shows how materials such as beans or counters can be used to model twodigit numbers.
Place Value Houses: Shows how Place Value Houses can be used to help students read multidigit numbers.
Counters in Containers: Shows how containers and counters can be used to develop counting on.
Numeral Cards: Shows how numeral cards can be used to practise ordering numbers.
Calculators: Shows how calculators can be used to develop skip counting.
Counters for Addition: Shows how Counters can be used to illustrate solving addition problems.
Number Strip 3: Shows how a number strip and transparent counters can be used to illustrate countingon to solve addition problems.
Number Strip 4: Shows how a number strip and transparent counters can be used to illustrate countingback to solve subtraction problems.
Beans and Regions: Shows how beans and regions can be used to demonstrate the equal sharing strategy for fractions of a set.

Additive

Tens Frames: Shows how Tens Frames can be used to aid students in 'bridging to ten'.
Bead Frame 2: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to help illustrate decade splits in 100.
Bead Frame 3: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to help illustrate splits in 100.
Fly Flips: Shows how Fly Flip Strips can be used to develop addition facts with five.
Animal Strips: Shows how Animal Strips can be used to develop partwhole strategies for adding over the tens.
Open Number Lines: Shows how Open Number Lines can be used to illustrate single digit addition using decades.
Open Number Lines 2: Shows how Open Number Lines can be used to illustrate subtraction with compensation.
Pop Sticks: Shows how pop sticks can be used to develop the 'make a ten' strategy in twodigit addition.
Calculators 2: Shows how calculators can be used to support estimating when adding.
Animal Strips 3: Shows how Animal Strips can be used to introduce addition facts to ten.
Animal Strips 4: Shows how Animal Strips can be used to support learning doubles to 20.
Bead Frame Tens: Shows how the Beadframe can be used to help recognise the number of 10s in hundreds numbers.
Beans and Icecream Containers: Shows how beans and icecream containers can be used to demonstrate subtraction with compensation.
Double Sided Counters: Shows how Double Sided Counters can be used to support learning groupings to five.
Number Lines 2: Shows how number lines can be used to round whole numbers.
Tens Frames: Shows how tens frames can be used to help students learn the facts to 10.

Multiplicative

Bead Frame: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to derive unknown multiplication facts from known facts.
Pipe Decimals: Shows how Pipe Decimals can be used to develop understanding of decimal place value.
Ice Cream Numbers: Shows how Ice Cream containers and place value material can be used to encourage students to use friendly numbers to solve multiplication problems.
Happy Hundred: Shows how the happy hundred can be used to derive single digit multiplication facts.
Multilink 1: Shows how multilink cubes can be used to aid derivation of multiplication facts.
Cuisenaire Rods: Shows how cuisenaire rods can be used to illustate fractions greater than 1.
Multilink 2: Shows how multilink cubes can be used to illustrate fraction concepts.
Multilink 3: Shows how multilink cubes can be used to teach decimals.
Mystery Stars: Shows how Mystery Stars can be used to relate fractions of a set to the whole.
Beans 2: Shows how Beans can be used to explore equivalent fractions.
Number Lines: Shows how numberlines can be used to illustrate rounding of decimals.
Animal Strips 2: Shows how Animal Strips can be used to solve multiplication problems.
Folding Fractions: Shows how paper folding can be used to develop student understanding of equivalent fractions.
Multiplication Arrays: Shows how arrays can be used to develop partitioning strategies for doubledigit multiplication.
Multiplication Arrays 2: Shows how arrays can be used to develop students' understanding of the standard algorithm for multiplication.
Open Double Number Lines: Shows how unlabelled double number lines can be used to explore ordering of fractions.
Calculators 3: Shows how calculators can be used to support estimating when multiplying.
Fraction Circles: Shows how fraction circles can be used to help students rename fractions.
Beans and Containers: Shows how beans and containers can be used to develop place value partitioning for multiplication.
Arrow Cards 2: Shows how arrow cards can be used to help students order decimal numbers.
Fraction Wall: Shows how a fraction wall can be used to help develop students' understanding of equivalent fractions.
Decimats 1: Shows how Decimats can be used to develop an understanding of the relationship between tenths and hundredths.
Decimats 2: Shows how Decimats can be used to help students understand recording of decimal numbers.
Decimats 3: Shows how Decimats can be used to develop an understanding of the addition and subtraction of decimals.
Fraction Wall 2: Shows how a fraction wall can be used to compare and order fractions.
Bead Frame Tenths: Shows how the Beadframe can be used to help recognise the number of tenths in ones numbers.
Hills and Dales Addition with Integers: Uses Hills and Dales to illustrate integer addition.
Hills and Dales Subtraction with Integers 1: Shows one way to model subtraction of integers.
Hills and Dales Subtraction with Integers 2: Shows a second way to model subtraction of integers.
Multilink Cubes: Shows how the multilink cubes can be used to represent square and cube numbers.
Animal Strips 5: Shows how animal strips can be used to model division problems.
Bead Frame 5: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to show multiplication with 10s 100s and 1000s.
Bead Frame 6: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to show multiples of 100 that add to 1000.
Fraction Wall 3: Shows how a fraction wall can be used to show addition of fractions.

Proportional

Bead Frame 4: Shows how the Bead Frame can be used to help illustrate the relationship between fractions and percentages.
Flow Diagrams: Shows how flow diagrams can be used to help understand discounts and markups.
Double Number Lines: Shows how double number lines can be used to solve ratio problems.
Circle Fractions: Shows how circle fractions can be used to rename improper fractions as mixed numerals.
Fraction Tiles: Shows how fraction tiles can be used to explore division involving fractions.
Beans 3: Shows how Beans can be used to find proportions in a given set.
Percentage Strips: Shows how Percentage Strips can be used to help students understand percentage problems.
Multilink 4: Shows how multilink cubes can be used to simplify ratios.
Percentage Strips 2: Shows how Percentage Strips can be used to help students understand that percentages are like a fraction out of 100.
Double Number Lines: Shows how Double Numberlines can be used to solve problems which involve finding a fraction of a number.
Double Number Lines 2: Shows how Double Numberlines can be used to solve problems which involve finding a percentage of a number.
Decimats 4: Shows how Decimats can be used to develop an understanding of the multiplication of decimals.
Decimats 5: Shows how Decimats can be used to develop an understanding of the division of decimals.
Rotating Region: Shows how the Rotating Region can be used to develop an understanding of fraction/percentage equivalents.
Beans and Counters: Shows how beans and counters can be used to help understand the difference between part to part ratios and part to whole ratios.
Strips of Paper: Shows how strips of paper can be used to compare ratios.
Counters for Ratios: Shows how counters can be used to show addition of ratios.

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