BROWNS' "RULE AND PROBLEM" TEST CARDS IN ARITHMETIC. In 4 Packets, each containing 40 Cards, for Standards III., IV., V. and VII. respectively. 1200 sums in each Packet. 1/4 per Packet. These Cards provide a Test consisting of three plain sums and two problems for each rule, from Simple Addition to Stocks. The problems illustrate and teach the principles of Arithmetic. BROWNS' "HELP" TEST CARDS IN ARITHMETIC. In 4 Packets, each containing 40 Cards, for Standards I., III., IV. and VII. respectively. 1400 sums in each Packet. 1/4 per Packet. On one side there are four sets of Tests, suitable for different periods in the year's work. Each Test has three plain sums and two problems. The reverse side is devoted to problems in three sets of five sums each. BROWNS' "COMBINATION" TEST CARDS IN ARITHMETIC. In 4 Packets, each containing 40 Cards, for Standards III., IV., V. VII. respectively, 1/4 per Packet. These Cards serve two purposes, viz., that of a working set, and that of a Test set. One side contains three plain sums and two problems. The reverse side contains a very complete set of Rule Tests. BROWNS' "SCHEME B" TEST CARDS IN ARITHMETIC. In 5 Packets, each containing 40 Cards, for Standards III. to VII. respectively, 1/4 per Packet. These Cards provide a Test consisting of three plain sums and two problems for each rule, from Simple Addition to Investment of Savings and Consols. The sums are small, and for the most part expressed in concrete terms. Sums have also been introduced where missing figures are to be supplied, calculated to sharpen the wits of dull and smart children alike. BROWNS' "SCHEME B" PAPER TESTS IN ARITHMETIC. Published in 7 Packets for the 7 Standards. 74d. net per Packet. These Tests are divided into four portions, one portion for each of the four quarters of the School year. BROWNS' ALGEBRAIC TEST CARDS. In 3 Packets for the three stages, each containing 30 Cards and 2 sets of Answers, 1/- each Packet. These Cards are drawn up to meet the requirements of the Code. The ground is well covered with a great variety of examples, and the Publishers believe there are none better to meet the needs of the Teacher. BROWNS' "HULL" TEST CARDS. Standard II. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. The Sums are so arranged as to cover all the necessary Arithmetical rules for this Standard. BROWNS' FIRST HUMBER TEST AND TOT CARDS. Each Card contains 8 well written Tests and 4 Long Tots. Standards I., II., III., IV., V., VI., VII. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. A Companion Set to above, containing Test Sums on one side of each Card and Mechanical Sums for working during the year on the other. BROWNS' "LEEDS" TEST CARDS. Standards I., III., IV., V., VI. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. This Series of Cards contains Sums suitable for every description of School. Easy Tests, Advanced Tests, Problematic Tests; well printed and adaptable for either Boys or Girls. BROWNS' "LINDUM" TEST AND TOT CARDS. The Sums on these Cards have been set by His Majesty's Inspectors, at Examinations, and are mostly Problematic. BROWNS' "MUNDELLA" QUARTERLY TEST CARDS. Standards I., II., V., VII. Reduced Price, 6d. net per Packet. Each Card is divided into four quarters; the Sums from 1st to 4th being graduated in difficulty, and arranged mostly to cover the four simple rules. BROWNS' " MUNDELLA" MENTAL ARITHMETIC CARDS. Standards I., II., V., VI., VII. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. These Cards when used systematically will be of great service in helping Scholars to attack problems in the ordinary Arithmetic, as well as sharpening their minds for all mental efforts. BROWNS' NORTHUMBRIAN" TEST CARDS. Standards I., II., VII. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. The Tests on these Cards are suitable for either Boys', Girls', or Mixed Schools; those set for Girls are comparatively easy, whilst those for Boys are more difficult. 66 BROWNS' "SAVILE" TEST CARDS. Standards I., II., VI. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. These Cards will be found useful for ordinary Class practice. The little problems are specially commendable. BROWNS' FIRST SERIES "UNIVERSAL" TEST CARDS. For ordinary Class work the above will prove of great service. BROWNS' "YORK" TEST CARDS. BROWNS' Standards I., VI., VII. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. These Cards are well compiled, and have been highly commended by Inspectors and Teachers. 66 COURSE S" TEST CARDS. Complete in 3 different Packets. Reduced Price, 6d. net per Packet. Packet 1 --The four Simple Rules; Packet 2-The four Simple Rules applied to money; Packet 3-Vulgar Fractions, Bills of Parcels, Problems, Simple Interest, etc. ELSOM'S ARITHMETICAL CARDS. Thirty Cards and Two Sets of Answers in each packet. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. Twelve Packets in print as below: Packet E-Simple Addition and Subtraction; Packet F-Simple Multiplication; Packet D-Simple Division; Packet G-Reduction of Money; Packet P - Practice; Packet B-Bills of Parcels; Packet CCompound Proportion; Packet I-Simple Interest; Packet V—Vulgar Fractions; Packet W -Decimal Fractions; Packet L-Averages; Packet H-Percentages. ELSOM'S ALGEBRAIC CARDS. Thirty Cards and Two Sets of Answers in each Packet. Reduced price, 6d. net per Packet. Six Packets in print as below: Packet 2 for Stage II.; Packet 3 for Stage III.; Packet N-Numeration and Brackets; Packet G-Greatest Common Measure and Least Common Multiple; Packet T-Simple Equations (Two or Three Unknowns); Packet Q-Quadratic Equations. BROWNS' "UNIVERSAL" TABLE BOOK. Containing all essential Tables of Money, Weights and Measures, including Metric Tables. 20 pages, 6d. per doz. BROWNS' "FARRINGDON" TABLE BOOK. New and enlarged Edition. 68 pages, 1d. ELEMENTS OF NUMBER. By J. R. BLAKISTON, late H.M.I. of Schools. This Manual contains a Chapter on How to use the Rational Sheets, and also particulars of other Infant Occupations. 6d. net. A handy little pamphlet forming a useful guide to the best material for teaching Number. THE HULL TOT BOOK. Being exercises in Compound Addition. 1d. STOCKS SIMPLIFIED AND EXPLAINED. By ALBERT ELSOM. 24 pp., thread sewn, 4d. A new and enlarged edition, containing a full and clear explanation together with a large and varied assortment of worked-out examples. THE "FARRINGDON" ADDITION SHEET. Size 20 x 30 inches. On Rollers and Varnished. 4/ This sheet, by a novel arrangement of figures in two columns, shows addition on a new basis. The result of the addition of any two of the outside figures, being found in the square where the lines meet. BROWNS' "RATIONAL" ADDITION AND SUBTRACTION SHEETS. Nos. 1 and 2. Size 32 by 44 inches. Printed in two colours, and mounted on Calico, Rollers, and Varnished. 6/- each sheet. On Sheet No. I. the various numbers are shown by dots grouped and distributed in such a way as to impress by colour, form and combination, the properties of all numbers up to 10. Sheet No. II. shows the actual figures grouped and arranged in a similar manner to Sheet No. I. BROWNS' "RATIONAL" FIGURE CHART. Printed in two colours, mounted on Calico, Rollers, and Varnished. 3/- bers. BROWNS' "RATIONAL" COUNTERS. In boxes of 100, 4d. net per box. Made of Millboard, one side being red, the reverse side black. Exceptionally useful in teaching numbers, and can be used to advantage with the figure chart described above. BROWNS' "FARRINGDON" ARITHMETICAL FRAME. Complete, 13/6 net. Extra cubes may be had at 10d. net per dozen. This frame is intended to give young children an intelligent idea of the Notation of Numbers, and the working of Addition and Subtraction Sums. It clearly demonstrates in a vivid manner what many teachers generally demonstrate by means of bundles of sticks, bags of peas, or beads, etc. BROWNS' DECIMAL BALL FRAMES. No. 1.-4/- net per doz.; No. 2.-5/- net per doz.; No. 3.-6/- net per doz.: No. 4.-12/- net per doz.; No. 5.-Teachers' Demonstration Frame, with moveable Slate Board, 17/6 net. These Ball Frames are quite invaluable for the correct method of teaching numbers. The Colours of the Balls have been so arranged as to give all possible combinations up to 10. BROWNS' CONCRETE ILLUSTRATIONS FOR TEACHING ARITH METIC. Browns' Savile Scales, to weigh up to 7 lb., 6/6 net. Browns' English Weights Iron, 1-oz., 4-oz., 16-oz; Brass, 1-oz., 1-oz. 1/3 net per set. Browns' Metric Weights-Iron, Hexagonal, with ring, 50-gr., 100-gr., 200 gr., 500 gr., 1-kilo. 2/6 net per set. Browns' Measures of Capacity. These are manufactured of best Block Tin, they have Wire-beaded Rims and Extra Strong Handles. English, quart, pint, -pint, gill. 3/6 net per set. Metric, litre, -litre, -litre. 2/3 net per set. Note. The above are intended for Scholastic purposes only. BOARD OF EDUCATION REQUIREMENT.-" The Scholar should be taught to perform the actual operations of Shopping with simple apparatus that involve the use of Money and Weights and Measures, to measure in inches and centimetres the various objects in the School, and to estimate lengths and weights." BROWNS' METRIC RULE (Twelve Inches). One side marked Millimetres, Centimetres, Decimetres, and 10ths of inch; other side 4ths, 8ths, 12ths, 16ths, and Angles. 9/- net per gross. BROWNS' METRIC RULE. 1 Metre in length, Marked as above (but without the Angles). 1/6 net each. BROWNS' NEW FAC-SIMILE COIN CHART. Size 43 by 33 inches. Mounted on Rollers and Varnished. 6/ This Chart has been issued for use with Browns' Specimens of the King Edward Coins. All the Coins are printed in their Proper Colours, viz. : Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The Coins are correct size. They are represented on the Chart in groups, and made thus to show 2 Sixpences make 1 Shilling; 10 Shillings make Half-a-Sovereign; 40 Threepenny-pieces or 20 Sixpences make Half-a-Sovereign; and so on. With the Chart before their eyes and constant reference to the Multiplication Table, the Money Tabie are at once made interesting and easily learnt. BROWNS' SPECIMEN BOX OF KING EDWARD COINS. 220 Cardboard Coins in their Proper Colours, assorted as below, in Separate Compartments, 1/8 net per Box. 6 Sovereigns. 10 Half-Sovereigns. 2 Crowns. 24 Half-Crowns. 18 Florins. 40 Shillings. 40 Sixpenny Pieces. 16 Threepenny Pieces. 24 Pennies. 24 Half-Pennies. 16 Farthings. BROWNS' SCHOLAR'S OWN BOX OF 30 KING EDWARD COINS. Thirty Cardboard Coins in their Proper Colours, assorted as below, 2/6 net per dozen Boxes. BROWNS' SCHOOL ATTENDANCE BANNERS. 6 Pennies. 4 Half-Pennies. 4 Farthings. BROWNS' CLASS TABLE SHEETS. No. 1.-BROWNS' MULTIPLICATION TABLE SHEET; No. 2.-BROWNS' TABLE SHEET of Weights and Measures. Each Sheet is printed in two colours, and measures 50 by 30 inches. on Canvas, Rollers, and Varnished, 6/- each. These Comprehensive Charts are absolutely indispensable for Class Teaching. ATTENDANCE. Mounted Size 17 x 11 inches. Red Silk, 5/6 net, or Blue Silk, 4/6 net. The Banners are made of the finest watered silk, and are stamped in best English Gold from deeply cut brass dies. The silk is of a specially selected kind that will wear well, and the lettering is guaranteed not to tarnish under any ordinary conditions. Teachers in all parts of the country testify that these Banners have been the means of creating quite an enthusiasm amongst scholars, with the result that the average attendance has been considerably increased. BROWNS' X20 AWARD CARD. Size 4×3 inches. Printed in 7 colours. 12/6 net per 1000, or 7/- net per 500. Name of School printed in as a heading at 1/- net extra for each 1000 or any less quantity. A useful and popular incentive for Regular Attendance, etc. BRUSHWORK. BROWNS' BRUSHWORK COPY BOOKS. By J. S. MITCHELL, Art Master, Central Secondary School, Hull. A new and progressive series of designs. Each book contains 24 pages of stout cartridge paper, size 10 × 7 inches. Books 1, 2 and 3, 3d. each; Books 4, 5 and 6, 4d. each. CONTENTS OF BOOKS. BOOK I. The elementary brush stroke, straight line, circle (as a mass), curved brush stroke, and simple leaf forms. BOOK II.-Ellipse, oval, bud forms, leaf forms; various designs based on these elements. BOOK III.-Compound brush forms, spirals and various designs based on them, designs in geometrical figures, six-pointed star, square, circle and hexagon. BOOK IV. Space filling and designing for various geometrical forms, horizontal and vertical borders, and all-over patterns. The examples are executed in two colours, with the exception of the last four, and these are done in two strengths of the same colour. BOOK V.-This book introduces plant forms; the tulip, narcissus, bulrush and water lily, and fuchsia. Brush drawings are given of each plant, and two designs based on each. BOOK VI. Contains brush drawings of the clematis, marguerite, poppy and chrysanthemum, together with two designs based on each. |