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This math balance allows students to practice their addition facts up to 10 in a selfchecking way. Hang two weights on the numbers to be added together, and place another weight on the opposite side on the correct answer. Stack the included 20 weights on the base for storage. Dimensions are 25 ½ x5 in. ~ Nick

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ISBN: 9780756697969
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Whether you are a math enthusiastic or mathphobic, this book is sure to engage your brain! Students will read about men and women with great math brains who changed our world, have the big ideas of math explained with clarity, and be given the opportunity to grow their math brain through the diverse activities found within the pages of the book.
Each twopage layout is brightly colored and packed with informational tidbits, illustrations, and scattered activities covering topics such as number systems, sequences, calculation tips, 2D and 3D dimensions, shapes, magic squares, optical illusions, logic, infinity, and much more. An example from the Seeing Sequence page explains that "Math is the search for patterns  patterns of numbers, of shapes, of anything. Wherever there's any kind of pattern, there is usually something interesting going on, such as a meaning or a structure. A number sequence obeys a rule or pattern  the fun is in figuring out the pattern." Sample sequences are then given, and the activity provides stepbystep instructions for mathematical art, using sequences of squares to create a golden rectangle and spiral. Some additional math tools are required for the activities including a ruler, compass and tape measure. A glossary, index and answers are located in the back of the book. HC. 128 pgs. ~Deanne

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Item #: 058533
ISBN: 9780761480358
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(Description from publisher  stay tuned for our own!) The Math Practice the Singapore Way series (available for Grades 15) is a fantastic set of supplementary workbooks to help students develop fluency in problemsolving. Grade 3 topics include: numbers to 10,000, time, place value, bar graphs, area & perimeter, multiplication & division, addition & subtraction, length, volume & weight, mental calculations and fractions.
Math Practice the Singapore Way Grade 3 is part of a workbook series that focuses on problem solving, thinking, and learning strategies that help students review basic concepts through the use of visuals. Based on the Singapore Math syllabus, these exercises will equip students with the essential skills required for today's standardized testing. Math Practice the Singapore Way Grade 3 helps students progress systematically and provides stepbystep answers for improved selfevaluation and learning. The workbook contains tests and an answer key for students to check their work.
Grade 3 topics include: numbers to 10,000, time, place value, bar graphs, area & perimeter, multiplication & division, addition & subtraction, length, volume & weight, mental calculations and fractions.
Product Details
Series: Math Practice the Singapore Way
Paperback: 132 pages
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Education; Student Workbook edition (May 1, 2012)
Language: English
ISBN10: 0761480358
ISBN13: 9780761480358
Product Dimensions: 10.8 x 8.5 x 0.3 inches
Shipping Weight: 14.4 ounces

Item #: 056973
ISBN: 9781606896662
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Place value is sometimes one of the most challenging concepts for children to grasp. This interactive bulletin board may be the perfect companion to reinforce this oft tricky concept. While designed to hang on a wall, the compact size of its pieces would also work well on a desk or table top. The components vary in size  approximate dimensions: Units (including the thousands and millions place) and the Pieces of Units panels each measure about 10.5" x 6"; the various teaching panels vary from 4.5" x 2.5" to 20" x 3" and the individual numbers 2.5" x 3". Pieces are perforated for easy separation. Colorful cardstock construction, with teaching suggestions included. ~ Deanne

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Double sided, this 12” x 9” dry erase board makes a great tool for your student to practice a range of skills. Total grid dimensions are approximately 9¼” x 6¾”. Grid contains 30 boxes across and 22 boxes down, with each box measuring approximately ¼”. White border includes 10line marks for writing across the bottom and one side. Perfect for bar graphs, histograms, and line graphs. Opposite side is blank. Rounded edges. ~ Deanne

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Now that your children are a little older and you aren’t using your Cuisenaire Rods for Miquon Math or some other math curriculum, let your children use them to solve math thinking puzzles. The object of each puzzle is to make a 2dimensional design or pattern meeting all the clue criteria. The front of the book gives you very helpful tips for understanding each puzzle’s clues. There are 165 puzzles that progress in difficulty. They may have only two clues or as many as five clues. These puzzles are a fun way to work on math reasoning skills and there may be more than one solution for some of the more challenging puzzles. Here’s an easy one for you. There is a row of 10 units. This design uses exactly two rods and the first rod is two more than the last rod – which Cuisenaire Rods are you using? The answer: the dark green rod is six units and the purple rod is four units – that equals 10 units. The answer key is found in the back of the book, just in case you get stumped. Use this book for extra math activities alongside your curriculum to add a deeper thinking dimension. This is a nice supplement for home or classroom and you have permission to copy activity pages for family or classroom use. ~ Donna

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Think of this 4" x 6" little chalkboard as a "lowtech laptop" for children. The frame is nice and thick and the blackcoated chalkboard surface is on both sides. The same size that is used in the Handwriting Without Tears program, there are lots of possible other uses for this little guy. I can see giving a child or a small group these with a piece of colored chalk; you say a word and ask them to spell it. Make it a race and offer a prize. Do simple math problems as a change from paper and pencil. As a crafting item, the frame is nice and thick for painting and embellishing with gems or glitter, shells or old costume jewelry. Let them write "Happy Mother's Day" (or any occasion) and give it as a gift. Use one to announce what is for dinner tonight. So many possibilities! Outer dimensions are: 5 3/4" x 7 3/8" with a writing surface of approximately 4" x 6."  Sara

Item #: 055248
ISBN: 9781936313730
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Need project ideas for a unit study? Do you want your kids to do some handson activities with an Ancient Cultures lesson? This resource is here to help. This book contains twenty ideas covering all seven ancient wonders: Great Pyramid, Hanging Gardens of Babylon, Statue of Zeus at Olympia, Colossus of Rhodes, Temple of Artemis, Mausoleum of Helicarnassus, and the Pharos of Alexandria. There are informational factoids, as well as travel tips. (For example, if you visit a McDonald's in Egypt, you can order a McFalafel!). The project ideas vary, but all have good directions and howto illustrations. As an example, when learning about pyramids, you can recreate the sledges used to move the giant stones using pencils and a heavy book. Kids are given the dimensions of the Great Pyramid, then challenged to calculate how long it would take to walk around the base. To solve, mark off twenty feet, time how long it takes to walk the distance, then do the math. Older kids could easily follow directions in here without parent help and share their finished product with you, but younger kids will need some guidance. If you don't have the time to find project ideas elsewhere, this is a great little book of ideas! ~ Sara
