Give students that extra boost they need to acquire important concepts in specific areas of math. The goal of these “how to” books is to provide the information and practice necessary to master the math skills established by the National Council of Teache
Use these hands-on activities to promote critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Every activity helps students develop their shape recognition and spatial relationship skills. Excellent for activity centers. Includes 16 – 8 1/2″ x 11″ (21.5 x 28cm) cards, double-sided and coated for durability, and an activity sheet.
Grades 3 – 6. Improve speed and accuracy with step-by-step reproducible activities. Your students will love racing the clock, show their knowledge, and building skills and accuracy as they go. Reproducible award certificates and progress charts are included. 100 facts per page!
Grades 1 – 3. Introduce your students to basic two-and three-dimensional shapes. Forty-six tracing and writing activities ensure students’ ability to identify, describe, create, and write the names of ten different shapes.
4 years & up. This durable clock is free standing or wall hanging. The clock has hour, minute, and second hands that can be moved manually. Comes with one interchangeable time face that features: 12 hour numerals (1-12), 24 hour numerals (13-24), Roman numerals (I-XII), and words.
Sum Time introduces the very young to simple counting activities, and advances to simple multiplication! Counting, addition, subtraction and multiplication are made fun with Sum Time! Self-correcting tiles and cards make learning easy. Sum Time comes in its own reusable, plastic carrying case.
Includes: 15 Counting cards, 78 number/symbol tiles.
A 154-piece set of soft magnetic foam upper and lower case letters, numbers, operation signs and counting stars. Each piece measures 1 3/4 inches tall.
Grades 1 – 3. Multiplication Wrap-Up CD. Unlike other audios, the “Wrap-up Rap” uses a random order to practice the facts. They also go through each set of problems three times; once with the answers given, one without, and if a student can keep up with the faster pace of the third time, they have probably learned their facts. Use independently or with Multiplication Wrap-ups.
Kids will enjoy the fast-paced fun of this numbers game, and parents will love watching them learn. To play, you simply place the three standard dice and three custom dice (with numbers 0, 1, 2, 7, 8 and 9) into the fun dice shaker then roll them out and place them into the dice tray. Set the sand timer and have the score pad ready to record the number of unique equations each player makes using the numbers rolled. Equations can use simple addition or subtraction, or multiplication and division for making the game more challenging as your child’s skills improve.
Developing communication skills in mathematics has become an important part of the school curriculum. Many standardized tests now require students to provide written explanations about how they solved various math problems. In Write About Math: The Test C
Use this hexagonal plastic work tray with pattern blocks to challenge color, design and patterning skills while building problem-solving abilities. Pattern blocks sold separately.
These plastic base ten flats are used to help teach basic place value. Set of ten