Letter for asking materials back


Please return the resources in their boxes/containers/tubs/bags. As the plastic Ziploc bags are unavailable at the moment, please ensure all loose pieces are returned in plastic trays, a separate one for each type eg. pattern blocks in one, tan-grams in another.

Hello everyone!

Just a few more days to go! Let us use these two days to strike this one off our 'to do' list...

As informed earlier, the math resources need to be brought to office on the third floor - it is to the front and left as you exit the lift. You will find labels as given below to designate the areas where the resources need to be stored.

NUMBERS
COLOURED CUBES, UNIFIX/INTERLINKING CUBES, BUILDING BLOCKS/ LEGOS(WOOD, PLASTIC), INTERLINKING STRAWS/ JODO STICKS, MONEY, PLACE VALUE KITS, FRACTIONS, DECIMALS, PERCENTAGES, NUMBER LINE, DICE, OTHER COUNTERS(BEADS, BUTTONS, TEDDIES ETC), ABACUS, DOMINOES, NUMBERS( SPONGE, MAGNETIC)

SHAPE AND SPACE
3D SHAPES, TANGRAMS, PATTERN BLOCKS, REFLECTING MIRRORS, GEOBOARDS, STACKING RINGS/BLOCKS, SHAPE SORTER

MEASUREMENT
MEASURING TAPES, MEASURING BALANCE, CLOCKS, TRUNDLE WHEELS, WEIGHTS, MEASURING JARS/ SPOONS/ MUGS, GEOMETRY KITS(Giant), THERMOMETER

DATA HANDLING
PROBABILITY KITS
BOARD GAMES
OTHER, MISCELLANEOUS

Please ensure that all trays and boxes are marked with your delegates. Resources like giant building blocks that are large in size can be put in open, marked cardboard cartons. Others like trundle wheels can be marked and stored without boxes.

As we have a large quantity, we will be using the cabbies and cupboards and all available space outside as well. It is important that we store the resources in an orderly manner for proper accounting and reallocation. Requesting you to please see to it that the resources are properly segregated and stored.

Thanks!


Comments

Author: adesola adeyeye11 Aug 2014 Member Level: Gold   Points : 0

Great article you have posted Geeta. But I think this should have been done in a detailed manner so that an illitrate will be able to understand it.



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