The OISE Library K-12 Manipulatives Database organizes items into collections based on the Ontario Ministry of Education's documents. Collections are organizaed into subject areas (e.g. Arts, Mathematics, Science & Technology) and strands (e.g. Arts: Music, Arts: Drama).
A manipulative is a tangible object such as a cube, prism, or solar system model that students can manipulate to acquire a deeper understanding of a concept. Other examples include puppets, games, and kits.
OISE Library's Curriculum Resources Collection contains over 600 manipulatives to support K-12 teaching and learning in all subject areas.
For more information about the OISE Library K-12 Manipulatives Database, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
View item in the U of T Libraries catalogue What Leaf Is It? is a hands-on nature kit containing samples of North American leaves, both identified and…
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