Grades K - 3. Stretch the imagination and creativity through geometry! Create simple shapes and intricate designs with straight and diagonal lines using these engaging Geoboards. The durable, plastic boards feature a 5" x 5" grid with knobbed pegs that secure the colorful rubber bands in place. Learn about shapes and geometric concepts including symmetry, congruency, area, perimeter, coordinates, and spatial relationships through engaging, hands-on exploration. Geoboard measures 7.25"… More »
Teach shapes, angles, sets, measurement, number patterns, and abstract mathematical concepts. Great for use with the Geoboards. Includes 3 oz. of Rubber bands. Colors: blue, lime, yellow, pink, orange, and purple. Made in the USA.
6 years & up. Rainbow Fraction® tiles make understanding fractions easier. With these color-coded tiles, students can manipulate parts of a whole to see how they relate to each other. Students will begin to make mathematical connections when they see that red always equals 1, yellow equals ? and so on. Included: 51 Rainbow Fraction® Tiles that depict wholes, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, and twelfths, Plastic tray and 2 sheets of stickers, and a Teacher's guide.
Grades 1 & up. Time to make a pizza! This clever game teaches fraction concepts and skills using slices of pizza to identify fraction denominations. Students play seven different games to practice identifying fractions, matching fraction equivalents and performing fraction addition and subtraction by building pizzas. Game includes 13 double-sided pizzas (one side shows fractions) and three double-sided spinners providing different levels of learning. For 2-6 players.
3 years & up. This starter set will help children explore proportional relationships, compare fractions, and develop flexible mathematical thinking. The Fraction Blocks have 15 blocks for children to learn about the geometry, shapes, and fractions while matching and building. The 16 colorful Fraction Cubes will help children explore and compare fractions. Children will learn about the proportional relationships between one section and the whole as well as develop the mathematics flexible thinking.… More »