Math toolkit

Giving students the tools they need to succeed

During these times it is important that students have what they need to be successful in mathematics at their fingertips in a clean, personal and organized manner. That is why we have created printable tools for students that can be laminated, placed in protective sheets or in Dry Erase Pocket Holders to be pulled out and used by students during math class. 
We have an assortment of tools that students, teachers and parents can use throughout the school year. Teachers and parents can add or remove the tools from the toolkit depending on the goal of the lesson, type of tasks or unit of study. 
We have also created online tools that can be used individually, in small groups or as a whole class. 
Take a look at this video (coming soon) as we outline all the tools we have created that can be easily added, changed, or removed from the math toolkit. 
In addition to these printable tools, we recommend the following physical manipulatives for each student as an essential part of their math toolkit alongside a dry erase board and dry erase marker. 
  • Deck of Cards
  • Assortment of Dice 
  • cm Cubes / Square Tiles
  • Double Sided Counters
  • Linking cubes (K-3)
  • Base Ten Blocks (3-8)
  • Pattern Blocks
  • Cuisenaire Rods
1-120 Chart
120 Chart Going Up
Problem Types
Balance Scale
Numberless: Log
Numberless: Basket
Numberless: Pond
Decomposing
Before & After
Number Patterns
Numbers to 20: 3 Ways
# to 20 & 10 and some more
Ten Frame
Double 10 Frame
Five Frame
Open Number Line
Number Bond
part-part-whole
Odd or Even
Rounding
Patterning
Place Value
Inequality
Graph Paper
Diamond Chart
Addition Domino
Telling Time
Venn Diagram
Dot Paper
Cuisenaire 120 Chart
Days & Months
Currency
Number of the Day