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Counters Kits

These kits come with a range of different equipment for learning maths subjects – including counters. Get stuck into a range of games and activities that will expand your learning whilst providing a bunch of fun!

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Basic Facts Kit
$179.00 (ex GST)
Themed Counters Kit
$249.00 (ex GST)
Ultimate Maths Manipulatives Tray - TPC
$210.00 (ex GST)
Ultimate Maths  Manipulatives Tray - SFC
$225.00 (ex GST)
Bulk Magnet Kit
$335.00 (ex GST)
Ten Frames Group Set - Wallet of 16
$49.00 (ex GST)
My Classroom Shop Kit
$345.00 (ex GST)
Counters - Rainbow Pebbles Set
$39.00 (ex GST)
Rainbow Pebbles Kit
$249.00 (ex GST)
Bond Blocks Core Kit
$2,080.00 (ex GST)
Place Value Kit
$375.00 (ex GST)
Pattern Blocks Class Set
$295.00 (ex GST)

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More About Counters Kits

Our larger kits cover subjects such as place value, themed counters, basic facts, probability, fine motor skills, and more! We also sell kits that build upon existing products, such as the ten frames group set and the bond blocks core kit.

The materials in these kits can be used together or independently and are packed into conveniently storable containers. For example, the ultimate maths manipulatives tray includes many different dice, counters, and cards. These can be used for specific games or to assist in everyday learning.

Activity Ideas

Explore the Sciences

For a fun science lesson, try using our deluxe magnet and bulk magnet kits. These come with special magnetic counters which can be used for a class demonstration on magnetism and physics.

Cover the Curriculum

Dr Paul Swan's collection of class maths kits comes in foundation, years 1 and 2, years 3 and 4, and years 5 and 6. Each of these includes age-appropriate materials for teaching the current maths curriculum.

Play Pretend

My classroom shop kit allows your students to set up a pretend store! This kit includes fake money, a calculator register, and counters to mimic real business essentials. With this equipment, students can learn how maths applies to real life.