Math

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B&W multiplication chart, so kids can color in the blue and red sections - Blank Multiplication Chart B&W
Command Cards - Command Cards 1, Command Cards 2, Command Cards 3

Numbers 0-10

Number Rods icon.JPG Sandpaper Numerals icon.JPG Rods and Cards icon.JPG Spindle Boxes icon.JPG Cards and Counters icon.JPG
Number Rods Sandpaper Numerals Number Rods With Numerals Spindle Boxes Cards and Counters
Memory Game icon.JPG
Memory Game

Introduction to the Decimal System

Intro to the Beads icon.JPG Bead Layout icon.JPG Intro to the Cards icon.JPG Card Layout icon.jpg Beads and cards icon.JPG
Introduction to the Beads Bead Layout Introduction to the Cards Card Layout Association of Beads and Cards
Grand Layout icon.JPG Exchange Tray icon.JPG Exchange Game icon.JPG
Grand Layout The Exchange Tray The Exchange Game

Linear Counting

Bead Stair icon.JPG Teens Beads icon.JPG Teens Board icon.JPG Teens beads and board icon.JPG Tens Board with Beads 13.JPG
Bead Stair Teens Beads Teens Board Teens Board With Beads Tens Board
Hundred Board icon.JPG Hundred Chain icon.JPG Short Chain icon.JPG Thousand Chain icon.jpg Long Chains icon.JPG
Hundred Board Hundred Chain Short Chains Thousand Chain Long Chains

Scott,Hail from a fellow Scott! :)I have long ejoyned you renderings and art, but was wondering if you still happened to have a copy of the icon set mentioned above that used to be hosted on the seemingly-forever-defunct ResExcellence? I used to have it on my machine, but after a hard drive failure last week, and the discovery that my backup failed to copy all the invisible icon files in much of my icons backup , I am at a loss to find a copy anywhere!Would you mind emailing me (or posting directly) a ZIP or .sit (or tarball for that matter) of those wonderful icons? :) Pretty please? :DIncidentally, the name of my machine is Silmaril (as I am a Tolkien fan) and I've always felt your icons captured the concept really well, as the crystals seem to have a really interesting organic life of their own. I am also an H.P. Lovecraft fan as well (saw that you mentioned Nyarlathotep in an earlier posting). Rock on!Thanks again for your truly tasteful artwork! Feel free to drop me a line anytime!-Scott

Memory Work

Addition with Number Rods icon.JPG Add with Bead Bars icon.JPG Add Strip Board icon.JPG Addition charts icon.JPG Add Finger Chart 2 icon.JPG
Addition With Number Rods Addition With Bead Bars Addition With Strip Board Addition Finger Chart 1 Addition Finger Chart 2
Add Finger Chart 3 icon.JPG Blank Add Chart icon.JPG Positive Snake Game icon.JPG Sub with Rods icon.JPG Sub with bead bars icon.JPG
Addition Finger Chart 3 Blank Addition Chart Addition Snake Game Subtraction With Number Rods Subtraction With Bead Bars
Sub Strip Board icon.JPG Subtraction Charts icon.JPG Picture.jpg Picture.jpg Mult with Bead Bars icon.JPG
Subtraction With Strip Board Subtraction Finger Chart Blank Subtraction Chart Subtraction Snake Game Multiplication With Bead Bars
Multiplication Board icon.JPG Mult Finger Chart 1 icon.JPG Mult Finger Chart 2 icon.JPG Picture.jpg Division Board icon.JPG
Multiplication Board Multiplication Finger Chart 1 Multiplication Finger Chart 2 Blank Multiplication Chart Division Board
Div Finger Chart icon.JPG Picture.jpg
Division Finger Chart Blank Division Chart

Passage to Abstraction

Small Bead Frame icon.JPG Hierarchical material icon.JPG Large Bead Frame icon.jpg
Small Bead Frame Hierarchical Material Large Bead Frame

Fractions

Fraction Skittles icon.JPG Fraction Insets icon.JPG Writing Fractions icon.JPG Labeling Fractions icon.JPG Picture.jpg
Fraction Skittles Introduction to the Fraction Insets Writing Fractions Labeling Fractions Fraction Equivalence

Measurement

Measurement icon.JPG
Using a Ruler

Money

Coin Matching icon.JPG
Coin Matching