3 - 6
MaterialsA box containing the following bead stair:
There should be 2 bead stairs for same number additives, such as 1+1= 2+2= 3+3= etc.
The child makes a stair with beads (like in the number rods). The child chooses any table, such as the 4's table.
- The child finds 4+1=
- Places a 4 bar(3 yellow beads strung together) and a 1 bar (1 red bead) on a mat
- The child counts the beads and writes down the number 5.
- He replaces the bar and takes out a 4 bar and a 2 bar (2 green beads strung together).
- The child counts the beads and writes down the number 6.
- You can make a math book with graph paper and write out various addition problems.
- For beginners make sums less than five.
Control Of Error
Points Of Interest
Teaches the addition tables (1+1=2, 1+2=3, etc).