Sensorial Material
Cylinder Blocks
Set of four wooden blocks, each with ten sockets corresponding to as many knobbed cylinders of different sizes.
Cylinder Block #1 1MM.020.1 Wooden block with ten knobbed cylinders as follows: diameter decreases, height decreases.
Cylinder Block #2 1MM.020.2 Wooden block with ten knobbed cylinders as follows: same height, diameter decreases.
Cylinder Block #3 1MM.020.3 Wooden block with ten knobbed cylinders as follows: diameter decreases, height increases.
Cylinder Block #4 1MM.020.4 Wooden block with ten knobbed cylinders as follows: same diameter, height decreases.



Knobless Cylinders
Set of four colourcoded wooden boxes, each containing a series of ten coloured wooden cylinders of the same dimensions as those of the Cylinder Blocks, but without knobs.


Pink Tower
Series of ten pink wooden cubes graded in size from one cubic centimetre to 1,000 cubic centimetres.


Pink Tower Stand
Wooden square stand for the Pink Tower.


Small Cubes
Set of 271 small wooden cubes with a natural wood finish, in a wooden box; the cubes are the same size as the smallest cube of the Pink Tower.


Broad Stair
Series of ten wooden prisms of the same length. The square ends of the prisms are graded from one to 100 square centimetres.


Thin Prisms
Set of 19 wooden prisms with a natural wood finish, in a wooden box; the prisms are the same size as the thinnest prism of the Broad Stair.


Long Rods
Series of ten red wooden rods differing in length only. The rods are graded in length from ten centimetres to one metre.


Colour Tablets
Set of three wooden boxes containing 91 colour tablets.
Colour Tablet Box #1 1MM.027.1 Set of three matching pairs of tablets for the colours red, yellow and blue, in a wooden box.
Colour Tablet Box #2 1MM.027.2 Set of eleven matching pairs of tablets for the colours red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, grey, brown, black and white, in a wooden box.
Colour Tablet Box #3 1MM.027.3 Set of 63 tablets where nine colours have each been graded into seven shades, from darkest to lightest, in a wooden box.



Rainbow Tablets
Set of 12 tablets with rainbow colours, in a wooden box.


Geometry Cabinet
Wooden cabinet with 7 drawers, one of which is the presentation tray, containing a set of 39 red knobbed geometric insets with white frames and three blank tiles.
Presentation Tray 1MM.028.1 Wooden tray with a wooden movable grid and containing three blank tiles and three knobbed geometric insets, with the relevant cards.


Geometry Cards
Three sets of 39 cards for matching, in a wooden display box. The geometric figures printed on the cards are identical to the shapes in the Cabinet (1MM.028). The first set of cards has the complete shape in a solid colour; the second has the same shape in a thick outline of colour; the third shows the same shape in a thin outline.


Geometry Solids
Set of ten wooden solids, painted light blue: cylinder, cone, cube, square prism, square pyramid, triangular prism, triangular pyramid, sphere, ovoid, ellisoid plus three little stands for the solids which have no base. Also included are seven cards with printed outlines of shapes matching the various faces of the solids.


Basket for Geometry Solids
Wicker basket for storing the Geometric Solids (1MM.030).


Box for Geometry Solids
Wooden box for storing the Geometric Solids (1MM.030).


Touch Boards
Set of three wooden rectangular boards with a rough or smooth surface as follows: a)a board with half of the surface rough and half smooth; b) a board with a series of alternating rough and smooth strips; c) a board with a series of rough strips arranged in gradation.


Touch Tablets
Set of six matching pairs of wooden tablets that are covered with sandpaper of varying grades of roughness, in a wooden box. Each pair is colourcoded on the back for a control of error.


First Fabric Set
Set of 12 matching pairs of fabrics differing in texture and colour, in a wooden box.


Second Fabric Set
Set of 6 matching pairs of white fabrics differing in texture only, in a wooden box.


Baric Tablets
Wooden box divided into three compartments each containing a set of six wooden tablets; the three sets are graded by weight since they are made from three different kinds of wood having different densities.


Thermic Bottles
Wooden box with two compartments each containing four metal bottles for pairing and grading according to temperature.


Thermic Tablets
Wooden box with two compartments containing six pairs of tablets of different substances: iron, glass, marble, wood, felt and cork, all of which have different temperatures.


Sound Boxes
Set of two wooden boxes each containing six wooden cylinders with sealed caps painted red or blue. These cylinders can be paired and graded according to their sounds.


Ornamental Geometry Material
Set of three compartmentalised boxes containing triangles, squares and circles in three different colours. In each series the figures are graded from 1 centimetres to 10 centimetres.


Constructive Triangles
Set of five wooden boxes in natural wood finish: two rectangular, one triangular, one small hexagonal, and one large hexagonal. Each box contain a set of triangles of various types and sizes, in different colours.


Blue Triangles
Wooden box containing 12 blue special rightangled scalene triangles.


Binonial Cube
Wooden cube made up of 8 pieces: 2 cubes painted red and blue respectively, and 6 prisms which are red and black or blue and black. The pieces are stored in a wooden box with a colorcoded pattern on the bottom and on the lid. The box has two hinged sides for easy removal and replacement of the pieces.


Trinomial Cube
Wooden cube made up of 27 pieces: cubes and prisms painted red, blue, yellow and black. The pieces are stored in a wooden box with a colorcoded pattern on the bottom and on the lid. The box has two hinged sides for easy removal and replacement of the pieces.


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