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0-100 Number Tiles

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  • Item #: 004371
    Retail: $9.95
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    A great complement to the hundred number chart, these quality plastic tiles were one of Mark's favorite math manipulatives when he was learning to count to 100. Sorting them into stacks of 10 helped him understand the concept of place value. Turning random tiles upside down helped him learn "What's between ___ and ___?". Tiles are the right size to fit in the squares on the hundred number chart. "Dad, can we use the tiles today?"

  • Item #: 047344
    ISBN: 9781934026441
    Retail: $13.95
    Rainbow Price: $9.95

    Designed to be used in conjunction with the Place Value Disks (whole numbers), these 1" square foam tiles (1/4" thick) help students develop a more in-depth understanding of place value – a key concept that can be difficult. There are 30 of each value – 0.1, 0.01, and 0.001 – and they are the same colors as the Place Value Strips (brown, light green, gold). Instruction sheet is included. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 058802
    Retail: $29.95
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    Practical and versatile, this magnetic hundred number set is a valuable resource for the homeschool or classroom setting. Double-sided number board measures approximately 9"x12", has blank 10x10 grid on one side and the hundred number grid on the flip side. It would be possible to use the number board with quality dry erase markers giving you more options for math activities. Set also includes 101 magnetic tiles with numbers 0-100, and several blank tiles that may be used for the activities. Includes activity guide. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 026136
    Retail: $10.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.25

    For younger players, this set includes 176 tiles including whole numbers (0-9) with more 1's and 0's than the original set, fractions with denominator 2, the four basic operation signs with more + and - than x and ÷, and equal to symbols.

  • Item #: 066820
    Retail: $6.50
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  • Item #: 045747
    Retail: $19.95
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    108 color-coded number tiles – 27 ones, 27 tens, 27 hundreds, and 27 thousands. The color-coding matches the colors of the number cards.

  • Item #: 064386
    Retail: $29.99
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      Numbers 1-120 and their proper sequencing can be quickly and easily practiced and learned. Just like hundred number boards, newer on the market are 1-120 number boards – numbers are in rows of 10 and go to 120 instead of 100. This heavy plastic number board has a grid on both sides in which plastic number tiles fit. The grid squares are numbered on one side and blank on the reverse for two different types of practice. This set includes a 12” x 14” number board, 120 white number tiles, 30 purple and 30 green transparent tiles (to place on number tiles for highlighting), and activity guide. Use this set for practice counting, even/odd numbers, skip counting, number patterns, graphing, and more. ~ Donna

    1CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 049448
    ISBN: 9780545906845
    Retail: $3.49
    Rainbow Price: $3.25

  • Item #: 053162
    Retail: $3.99
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  • Item #: 043981
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.45

    These flashcards are great for building number recognition. One side of the card shows a number (like 26) and then the other side shows the number word (like twenty-six). Covering numbers 0-100, this set is colorful and durable.

  • Item #: 044806
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  • Item #: 018739
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    Rainbow Price: $0.75

    Laminated chart from 1-100 in 1" squares. Blank grid on reverse.

  • Item #: 060842
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  • Item #: 025368
    Retail: $14.95
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    Includes blank line, 0 to 30, 0 to 100 (by tens), and 0-100 (2 pieces)
  • Item #: 059216
    Retail: $19.95
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  • Item #: 066814
    Retail: $0.00
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  • Item #: 035117
    ISBN: 9781483831039
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $5.95

     Includes writing number 0-20, comparing, and counting to 100.

  • Item #: 062864
    Retail: $29.99
    Rainbow Price: $23.25

    Rainy days? Cold weather? Children with energy to burn? Children can learn to follow directions, take turns, learn their colors & even numbers 0-10 by playing hopscotch on this darling rug from Melissa & Doug. Add cute & colorful to your room décor whether at home, in a classroom, at your church or at a daycare. You won’t roll this up and put it away. Oh no! It will stay out and inspire kids to get jumping! Measures 78.5” x 26.5”, about the size of an average hallway runner. The rubber backing keeps it from sliding when you walk or jump on it. Edges are reinforced to prevent fraying. It even comes with 2 bean bags that attach to the rug! You can come up with variations to regular hopscotch like writing simple addition/subtraction problems on a card, throw a beanbag to that number and jump to the answer. So if the card says 3+3, you jump to the #6 and back. Try throwing both beanbags on the same square! Say, “I’m thinking of a number between 2 and 8,” then give clues to your secret number. Use the colors too. Children can say or spell the color their beanbag lands on. Hop on one foot or close your eyes when you throw your bag. And whatever else you and the kids can come up with for some good fun! Activities like these are great for a young kinesthetic learner. The background is a light blue sky with clouds and a few colorful birds. The #10 is the sun and there is grass/flowers near the #1. Did I mention how cute this rug is? Machine wash cold or spot clean. 100% polyester fibers. Latex backing. ~ Sara

  • Item #: PDMKK2
    Retail: $130.12
    Rainbow Price: $90.00

      Includes geometric shapes, attribute blocks, geared teaching clock, dominoes, balance scale, student clocks, teddy bear counters, geoboard, MultiLink Cubes, pattern blocks, indoor/outdoor thermometer, color tiles, Math Set 2 – set of 8 dice, assorted play coins, desk number line 0-120, plastic ten frame set.

  • Item #: 031274
    ISBN: 9781587927522
    Retail: $8.99
    Rainbow Price: $4.41

    Reading comprehension, vowels, consonants, numbers 0-100, adding, subtracting, money, time and Zaner-Bloser handwriting

  • Item #: 022375
    ISBN: 9781933339917
    Retail: $19.95
    Rainbow Price: $12.95

    Math understanding doesn’t magically occur when a child begins their academic years – kindergarten and up. Their brains are developing from the time they are born, and you, the parent, can do things to help with that development and lay the foundation as they approach kindergarten. Games – my favorite way to teach young children! This 100-page, softcover book is full of games to help your young child develop an understanding of number concepts – counting, comparing and ordering, recognizing written numerals, and beginning addition and subtraction. You may already be doing some of the activities found in this book, but this book lays out the content in a categorized fashion. There are seven chapters – counting to five, counting to ten, numbers from zero to five, numbers from six to ten, written numerals from 0 to 10, comparing quantities and numbers, and addition and subtraction stories. This isn’t a workbook, but a great resource for parents.

    Typically, you will be able to use these activities with a child who is about 4, but you know your child best and can begin when you believe they are ready. The author suggests that you do the activities in this book in the order they are presented, take as much time as needed with each, and a questionnaire at the end of each chapter will help you determine whether your child is ready to move on. Children may progress at different rates, so be patient as you work with your child. Most importantly, have fun while incorporating these activities into your child’s day. You don’t want them to hate math before they even get going strong. The activities use items from around your home or are easily accessible. You may want to put together a math basket with the following items: 20 small counters, resource pages from the back of the book, one nickel and ten pennies, blank paper and a writing tool. Additional items that may be used occasionally are: ten small toys, four stuffed animals, small blanket, two small paper bags, two regular dice, tape, two different small objects for game tokens, two different-coloring writing utensils, toy cups, plates, spoons, and play food items, dot stickers, small food items, large index cards, and small stickers.

    Use these simple activities to solidify your child’s math foundation and only spend a few minutes a day doing so. Get them ready for kindergarten math and have fun in the process. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 059861
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $16.50

    1,2,3,4,5,6 six colorful math games in one sturdy box! Students practice numbers 1-20, 1-100, place value 0-999, and addition and subtraction skills as they play the variety of games. Numbees features a hive on the board where each hexagon on the board holds a number between 2 and 17. Players start in the middle of the board, spin the spinner to show + or 1 to 3, and then move to the appropriate spot to make their way out of the hive. 1-100 Tracks is reminiscent of a train-themed Chutes and Ladders board as players spin the spinner to move up to 9 spaces. Landing on an arrow takes you up or down by 10. The Great Snail Race has two players rolling a die to race to the finish; certain spaces allow children to add or subtract small numbers to jump. In Place Value Round Up, players roll the die and move that amount of spaces, and then round the number on their new space either up or down to the nearest ten. Each ten holds a special instruction to follow if you round to it, such as moving extra spaces forward or backwards. Number Dominoes have children match addition and subtraction facts to numerals and pictures. The last game is really more of a manipulative, holding different colored hundred, ten, and one cards on a ring, each with 1-9 in order to create numbers up to 999. The bottom card has a visible tab that has hundreds, tens, and units written on it, so students can see which number is in which place. Parents and teachers can use it to play "Guess My Number." Most pieces are made out of thick, coated cardboard to last though many uses.

  • Item #: 036231
    ISBN: 9781615382101
    Retail: $13.50
    Rainbow Price: $11.75
    This complete set of manipulatives for Grades K through 3 includes base ten flats (10), base ten rods (20), centimeter cubes (20 - 2 of 10 colors), clock face, dice (set of 4), Frax Pax Tiles, geoboard (5 x 5 pin), pattern blocks (100), pentominoes (1 set), spinner (0 to 9), tangrams (2 sets), teddy bear counters (48), and transparent counters (250).
  • Item #: 060836
    Retail: $14.95
    Rainbow Price: $11.50

    Use on your magnetic whiteboard in a classroom or co-op, or even on a cookie sheet at home to help students think of whole numbers from 1-199 in terms of ones, tens and hundreds. A large aqua magnetic sheet serves as the frame (18” x 8.5”). The ten frame cubes are purple and you have several ones and tens and 1 of the flats (value of 100). The set also contains 21 white number tiles with bold black numbers. To get you started, an 8-page activity guide with some ideas is included. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 060396
    ISBN: 9781601599360
    Retail: $10.00
    Rainbow Price: $8.50
  • Item #: 036564
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $6.95

    This tool is made to be used with standard 1cm base-ten blocks to help children think of whole numbers from 1-199 in terms of hundreds, tens, and ones. The sturdy blue foam frame (11"x 7") comes with 21 number tiles (digits 0-9). Using standard base ten units, rods and flats with the number tiles helps your child picture the numbers more clearly as they place the blocks into the three sections of the frame and attach a number tile to them – a definite plus for a student who is struggling with place value as a concept. A small guide with activities and noting CCSS correlations is included in the set. Number tiles are about an inch square and 10mm thick. Base-ten blocks are not included. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 036950
    Retail: $31.99
    Rainbow Price: $17.95

    A great tool for the visual and kinesthetic learner, the Place Value Abacus can take some of the confusion out of teaching/learning place value concept. This set includes 3 stands (each holds 3 pegs), 9 pegs, 81 beads, and 9 sets of 0 through 9 number tiles. There is a small ledge on the front of each stand on which to place the number tiles. Place one tile next to each peg and children can make the association between the digit and the number of beads placed on that peg. Use each stand separately to practice up to 3 digit numbers or connect the stands to practice larger numbers. There are no decimals included with the set, but you could make your own and place them appropriately on the ledge to practice decimal places less than one (tenths, hundredths, thousandths). ~ Donna