## Learning Materials

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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 assist in developing the concepts of number and quantity.

• Blocks and Shapes

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

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

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

• 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 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

• Basic Thinking Math

• Critical Thinking Math

 Levels 1-23 Numerical Figures, Blocks and Shapes, Clear Paper, Colored Blocks, Mirror, and Wooden Blocks Thinking Bricks, Thinking Pentos, and Thinking Cubes