Shelf liner: For tactile and multisensory learning. Stimulates learning by accessing multiple brain pathways. You can use this to have students trace numbers with their fingers or you can place a piece of paper over the shelf liner and have the student write the numbers. The bumpy surface activates a different part of the brain. Have the student trace the number with their finger while saying the number. To help commit the number to memory, have them repeat this process three times. Other tactile ideas include sand or rice trays, shaving cream, or playdoh. Teach number sequencing and counting.
Sandpaper Tactile numbers: See Shelf Liner.
Magnetic Numbers: Form equations in a variety of ways. Visualize and understand basic math concepts.
Big Number Talking Calculator: For students with blindness or vision loss.
Tactile Dice – white with black pips: For students with blindness or vision loss.
Tactile Math Symbol Dice – white with black raised symbols: For students with blindness or vision loss. Add, subtract, multiply divide, greater than, less than.
Fraction Circles: Color-coded numbered fraction circles include 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, 1/12.
Weighted Numbers and Scale: Learn observation and estimation skills. Compare solids and liquids.
Manipulatives: Popsicle sticks and interlocking blocks.
Problem Solving Card Bank: Word problems cover patterns, place value, operations, time, and more. Grades 2-4 and Grades 4-6.
If you have a student with a specific need that is not listed in our lending library, please contact PANDA staff at email@example.com to request the item. We will purchase it for your program when funding allows.