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  • Item #: 066819
    Retail: $5.95
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  • Item #: 004563
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  • Item #: 031469
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    Understanding fractions is often one of the most challenging math concepts for our children to grasp. All of us have heard the value of cutting a pizza or pie as a helpful visualbut let's be honest; it is not always convenient to bake a pie for our children to cut into pieces! These practical fraction circles are practically perfect for learning fractional concepts: soft, durable, colorful and best of all, reusable (unlike pie!) Containing the most commonly used fractions: halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths, twelfths, along with one whole, these foam circles clearly display fraction sizes and are a great asset for teaching fraction concepts such as less than and greater than. Older children can also quickly build fraction addition and subtraction problems to be able to see the correct response. An essential tool to supplement math lessons. Whole circle is 3 3/8 inches in diameter and each fraction circle is a different bright color. 51 pieces total in resealable plastic bag. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 060634
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  • Item #: 045750
    Retail: $19.95
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    Wholes through tenths, with different colors for each fraction circle stored neatly in wooden box with plastic cover.

  • Item #: 056082
    ISBN: 9781483800608
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  • Item #: 068132
    ISBN: 9781583247266
    Retail: $12.95
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  • Item #: 068131
    ISBN: 9781583246788
    Retail: $14.95
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  • Item #: SMI5MK
    Retail: $32.95
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    Fraction circles, 1 cm graph paper, folding meter/yard stick, color tiles (100), English/metric ruler, play money set, white dice (2), 6 protractor, and mixed coins set.

  • Item #: 049231
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    Let them eat cake! Or at least let them play with magnetic circles that are cut into fractions. Nine different cakes (each with different decorations) are divided into fractional pieces that kids can manipulate to create whole "cakes." Bright colors are labeled with the appropriate fraction. The set includes these cakes: 1 whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10, and 1/12. Kids will think they are just playing as they learn that you can put one-half, one-fourth, and two-eights in one whole cake. Put these on the side of your fridge, desk or file cabinet as colorful, informational decor. Use them to present fractions and then let kids make their own "fraction cakes" and present them to you. This is very cute and useful. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 003103
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    This little write-and-wipe book comes with everything you need for a hands-on experience with fractions. It holds six plastic circles, one whole and the others split into halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths. Before opening the book, children can play with the fraction pieces. Then they work through the book, which introduces them to fractions and then presents them with simple fraction problems. The text shows children how to use the fraction pieces to answer the questions. A write and wipe marker is included. Children can work through this book again and again as they begin to work with and understand fractions. - Melissa

  • Item #: UONOMM
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  • Item #: SMI3MK
    Retail: $151.05
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    Geometric Shapes (1), fraction circles, wooden cubes, 1 cm. graph paper, base ten set, Judy instructional clock, 2-color plastic counters (100), folding meter/yard stick, pattern blocks (.5 cm, 100), indoor-outdoor thermometer, color tiles (100), English/metric ruler, play money, overhead cm graph grids, overhead inch graph grids, spectra-mat (17 x 14), white dice (2), multiplication table, platform scale, plastic coins.

  • Item #: 064886
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     Squares on which to draw fractional divisions and space and a number line on

    which to show work, the reverse has the same but with circles

  • Item #: 057313
    Retail: $99.95
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    Shiller Math is a trusted name in math education, and they have now composed a kit to help those who need specific instruction with fractions. The kit includes the fraction lesson book and answer key, parent guide, fractions guide book, tracking sheet for completed assignments, and 2 sets of fraction circles. Each set of fractions circles includes 54 pieces which represent whole, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, sevenths, eighths, ninths, and tenths. Concepts practiced begin with the basics and build fraction families, denominator, numerator, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, least common denominator and much more. The lesson book has 168 lessons that include review tests (187 pages). The answer key offers answers to all lessons found in the lesson book. Take time out from your regular curriculum to focus on fractions, or use it alongside your regular curriculum to reinforce fraction concepts. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 064908
    Retail: $31.99
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       Understanding fractions is often one of the toughest concepts for children to conquer. Sure, they pick up halves, quarters and wholes easily, but transferring that understanding to numbers larger than 1 often presents a challenge. This vital set builds upon children’s basic understanding and teaches them how to work out the fractional part of any given quantity. For example, find 3/4 of 20 or 4/6 of 30. Best of all, it does not ‘tell them’ how to solve the fractional equation, rather it shows them how and gives them opportunities to master the concept through hands on activities! Set includes color coded foam shapes to make 5 polygons: circle, rectangle, square, pentagon and hexagon. Five foam dice are color coded to match polygons; 20 fraction cards (1/2 -6/6) and 36 plastic pegs are included. The enclosed instruction pamphlet provides 3 levels of guidance. In stage 1, Understanding Basic Fractions, children use cards and polygons to solidify basic understanding. In Stage 2, Fractions of Quantities, children use fraction cards, die and polygon to solve equations involving fractional quantities. Stage 3 summarizes Support and Reinforcement. Excellent resource to help children “see’ and master fractional quantities. Cardboard box for storage included. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 035407
    ISBN: 9781420614008
    Retail: $24.99
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    Here's a great tool for making your own math practice sheets. This CD-ROM includes characters for addition problems to 10, angles, basic math, clocks, counting beans, currency, division problems using the number 10, fraction circles and rectangles, measurement rulers, multiplication through 10, place value, seasons, subtraction through 10, and weather conditions and symbols.

    The installation is pretty easy - simply pop the disc into your drive and it should install automatically. If it doesn't, there are instructions to help you out. When you are ready to make a worksheet, click on the 'format' button on your tool bar, click 'font,' and choose the type of practice you want for this project. There are some short cut suggestions offered in the front flap of your package, but I found it easier to use the 'insert' button on your tool bar. You will need to use a much larger font size (I used 72) if you are making the worksheet for a younger child. I also found that the only way I could tell what the coins were suppose to be for the currency symbols was to print them quite large. The time savings really comes in when you can just insert whole addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division problems, rather than making them up yourself. I also like that you can insert sections of the ruler (for measurement) and they will appear connected.

    This CD is compatible with both Windows and Macintosh computers, and would be a real time and money savings for families or classrooms with a smaller budget. You can make just the worksheets you need rather than buying workbooks from which you will only use part of the pages.

  • Item #: 043558
    ISBN: 9780486491790
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       A mandala is a circular design that you divide into 8 wedges like a pie. You then draw the same design in each wedge, resulting in an overall repeating pattern. If you are into coloring books, then you see these everywhere! Mandalas are not just for artsy folks. A circle divided into 8 involves fractions and geometry too. Math and art? Yes! The pattern you choose for each wedge of the circle can be simple or elaborate. This book walks you through the steps to first complete some partial and then original designs. The loads of samples are super helpful. The options are literally endless as you experiment with different lines, loops and curls. You could even create a new coloring book and give it as a gift to friends! 8.25x11”, 45pp, pb. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 016674
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    This pliable graph board measures 8.5" x 11.75" and is double sided for use with dry-erase markers. One side displays a grid of squares 17cm wide by 26cm long. Each square in the grid is about half a centimeter squared, and squares are grouped into bolder squares of 10 x 10 squares. The other side has a similar grid that is about half the size and then a circle that is 4.25" in diameter and has measurement marks around the edges. The circle can be used for drawing various angles or even constructing a clock. Though bendable, the board is very durable, and the white, wipe-off surface can be used for many different activities. ~ Rachel

  • Item #: 061988
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    Five shapes (circle, rectangle, hexagon, square and triangle) come in two sizes each and in two thicknesses and three different “bright” colors – tangerine, magenta, and ocean blue. Also included is a lime green storage tray (clear lid), a lime green tracing template and an activity guide. The guide is minimal but does include suggestions for exploring color relationships, comparing size relationships and examining the thickness attribute as well as some grouping exercises. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 045765
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  • Item #: 005020
    ISBN: 9780764142574
    Retail: $16.99
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    Uses a storyline approach, putting skills in meaningful topics as concepts are "discovered" to solve real problems (albeit in an imaginary land). Covers: rules of behavior for numbers, equations, negative numbers and integers, fractions and rational numbers, exponents, roots and real numbers, algebraic expressions, functions, graphs, systems of two equations, quadratic equations, circles, ellipses, parabolas, polynomials, exponential functions and logarithms, simultaneous equations and matrices, series, permutations, combinations, the binomial formula, proofs by mathematical induction, and imaginary numbers.

  • Item #: 038283
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    Another handy tool for learning to tell time, this one incorporates fractions. Printed on a sturdy board (think of a thick board book page), this time teller has three clock faces with moveable hands. One with hour and minute hands, one with just hour, and one with minutes. Underneath are two fraction circles divided into twelfths. The face of the clock at the top with both hands is also printed with the words “After” on the right hand side and “To” on the left, helping students to learn another way that we discuss time. – Laura

  • Item #: 051464
    Retail: $204.40
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    PRE-ALGEBRA: Seventh grade students study units of measure including time, customary and metric, and converting between customary and metric. They study graphs and diagrams with focus on bar and line graphs and Venn diagrams. Also included are: rounding and estimation, order of operations, absolute value, prime numbers, comparing decimals, fractions and percent. Story problems are studied as well as the consumer math topics sales tax, discount and depreciation, and mark up and appreciation. Students also study multiplication, power, and division properties of exponents and percent, probability and permutations. Seventh grade math includes the study of perimeter, area and volume of polygons, rectangles, squares, triangles, trapezoids, circles and cylinders. Students also study basic geometry, basic statistics and pre-algebra.

  • Item #: 055691
    Retail: $174.50
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    Starline Press is a character-based, state standards aligned curriculum that is designed for independent study. This consumer math course is set up in 10 units, one year to complete, for one full high school credit. Topics covered in this series of workbooks are addition of whole numbers/decimals/percents, subtraction with whole numbers/negative numbers/decimals/percents, handling a checking account, multiplication, division, fractions, percents, units of measure, angles/triangles/quadrilaterals, planes & solid shapes, circle concepts, using variables, geometry & formulas, data analysis, mean/median/mode/range, tables & graphs, equations, writing expressions, order of operations, reasoning, relevant/irrelevant & missing information.

  • Item #: 009438
    Retail: $17.40
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    Best known as transparency markers, vis-a-vis work well on any laminated or white board surface or contact paper. They erase with a damp cloth. Dry erase markers leave a residue on some surfaces - test a small spot before using them extensively if you have a doubt. In these cases, a wet-erase marker generally works fine. Also, the fact that these do not dry erase allows for you to use them in concert with dry-erase markers where you want to leave a base structure or outline on a board. For example, in demonstrating fractions, you may want to draw two circles with wet-erase markers. Now use your dry-erase markers to divide circles, show equivalency, etc. You can erase the dry-erase again and again, and the wet-erase circles will stay intact until you erase with a wet cloth. The wet erase marks will erode somewhat if you draw over parts with the dry-erase marker, since that removes part of the wet-erase mark. Use this system for graphing, number lines, etc. Set includes one each of black, red, blue, green, yellow, orange, brown and purple markers.

  • Item #: 062816
    ISBN: 9781942715160
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  • Item #: 062817
    ISBN: 9781942715177
    Retail: $20.95
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