Grades 1 & up. Students will enjoy hands-on learning with these color-coded, magnetic pieces labeled with fractions on one side and percentages on the other. Activity guide included. Perfect for the whiteboard.
Grades PreK & up. March your way to counting and cardinality skills. Use colorful counting ants on soft plastic logs to practice 1-to-1 correspondence, number comparisons, addition, subtraction and so much more. This Junior Set features printed numbers on one side, equivalent ants on the reverse. Set of 20 pieces includes 2 Rods of each number, 1-10, sturdy storage tray and Activity Guide. Rods measure in increments of 1" to 10" long. Also used with Common Core.
Grades 2 & up. There are only seven pieces in this puzzle, so it should be easy. Right? Guess again! Sixty puzzle cards show 60 three-dimensional structures for players to replicate using the seven pieces. Each of the pieces, based on three or four connected cubes, is unique. One is an L shape, another a T, and they get more complicated from there. If a player is stumped and can't figure out how to build the Long Wall, the Snake, or the Bad Dog, there are helpful clues on the back of the cards.… More »
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 2 & up. Get a handle on place value and number concepts! Set of 5 double-sided write & wipe boards features one side for large numbers up to the millions; the reverse for small decimals to the thousandths place. Boards include sturdy plastic handle.
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.
Grades 4 & up. This popular game features 45 dominoes showing fractions as circle sectors, unit squares, groups of objects, and numerals. Equivalency and sums of one are practiced in five game formats using halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, and eighths. 1-4 players.
Grades 3 & up. It's a race to "1" with this four-player fraction game! A fun hands-on method to present fractions or parts of a whole. Includes 4 tubes, 52 fraction cards, 52 fraction tiles, 20 scoring cards, and teacher guide.