MATH LEARNING MATERIALS

Math Learning Materials

Eye Level Math helps improve problems-solving skills by enabling them to master concepts through a small step approach.



Students experience practical applications in mathematics by solving applied mathematical problems using Eye Level Math Learning Materials.

Numerical Figures

Numerical Figures Numerical Figures assist in developing the concepts of number and quantity.

Blocks and Shapes

Blocks and Shapes Blocks and Shapes assist in developing depth perception by matching and finding the location of various shapes.

Clear Paper

Clear Paper Clear Paper is used to trace and copy various shapes. This helps students to develop their mental skills in relation to depth perception and location.

Colored Blocks

Colored Blocks Colored Blocks assist in the understanding of numbers as well as length. As students manipulate Colored Blocks, they develop their perception of depth and location.

Mirror

Mirror Mirror activities require students to draw shapes symmetrically. This forms the basis for line symmetry that will be introduced in future studies.

Wooden Blocks

Wooden Blocks The manipulation of Wooden Blocks enables students to learn depth perception, location, and spatial relationships. This is crucial in the development of critical and analytical thinking skills.

Thinking Bricks

Thinking Bricks Thinking Bricks consist of three cuboids that can be used to stack up the bricks. (5 pieces, 2 sets)

Thinking Pentos

Thinking Pentos Thinking Pentos are used to build a model built by putting the sides of unit squares together. (12 pieces)

Thinking Cubes

Thinking Cubes Thinking Cubes are used to build a model that comprises the figures with concave surface built by putting together the faces of 3 or 4 cubes. (7 pieces)

Eye Level Math Materials

Critical Thinking Math Critical Thinking Math
Basic Thinking Math Basic Thinking Math

Levels 1-23

Numerical Figures, Blocks and Shapes, Clear Paper, Colored Blocks, Mirror, and Wooden Blocks

Levels 24-32

Thinking Bricks, Thinking Pentos, and Thinking Cubes