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MathTalk is a speech recognition software program for math designed for use by students who are blind, have dyscalculia, low vision and fine motor disabilities. It can be used with students who are taking pre-algebra to Ph.D. level mathematics.
The Flexitable Folding Math Tables are multisensory and manipulative number grids ideal for learning key math and numeracy skills. It can be used with children and adults with or without learning disabilities.
"Abacus Basic Competency: A Counting Method," by Susan M. Millaway, is an instructional manual designed for teaching skills in performing the four basic math operations on the abacus to children and adults who are blind or have low vision.
The APH Number Line Device is a tactile aid for math designed for use by students who are blind or have low vision. It has ten interchangeable vinyl line segments with black raised lines and dots at intervals.
This Bead Frame Abacus is a manipulative designed to teach children with learning disabilities the numeral system and arithmetic. Good hands-on STEM tool to represent numbers without the use of place value.
DISCONTINUED. (Verified 6/2003) RETAINED IN DATABASE FOR REFERENCE. Beaded Cards are tactile letters and numbers designed to provide tactile reinforcement of shapes and concepts for children with learning and visual disabilities.
The Braille for the Sighted is a print book with exercises designed for use by children who are blind or have low vision. This braille book is designed to assist users learn the alphabet and numbers while completing a variety of game and activities.