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  • Item #: 053407
    ISBN: 9781895829631
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  • Item #: 013362
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    ¾-inch interlocking cubes in ten colors, ten cubes per color. Despite the name, these cubes don't exactly "snap" together. It takes quite a bit of effort to connect two cubes, but connected cubes will not detach unless purposely pulled apart.CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs.

  • Item #: 039811
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  • Item #: 058669
    ISBN: 9781871098082
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  • Item #: 015317
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  • Item #: 015316
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    Linking set is similar to blue set above, but constructed to link together within type of block. That is - flats link to flats (adding 100's), rods link to rods (adding tens) and units link to units (adding ones) but units DO NOT link to rods or flats nor do rods and flats link with each other. Set is blue and contains 100 unit cubes, 30 rods, 10 flats and 1 decimeter cube. Teacher guide included.
  • Item #: 035105
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    Learning place value is foundational to success in math at all levels. Designed to complement any curricula, this set of connecting base ten blocks provides hands-on reinforcement. Set contains 100 yellow unit (ones) cubes, 10 green rods (tens), 10 blue flats (hundreds) and 1 red thousand cube that snap easily together within each type, one fastening directly on top of the other (like LEGO®'s). Similar to #15316, except this set is multi-colored and does not include the teacher guide. Unit cubes measure approximately 1cm. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 028327
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    This set includes 72 cubes (18 bottom-exit cubes, 36 single-exit cubes, and 18 double-exit cubes), 20 marbles, and an instruction book. The cubes are teal, magenta, violet, turquoise, and clear. This set can be used on its own or with other Q-Ba-Maze sets for larger creations.

  • Item #: 003486
    ISBN: 9781601445001
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    Young children will appreciate this hands-on approach to developing analytic thinking skills via an exploration of shapes, colors, and patterns. The activities require three types of manipulatives: attribute blocks, pattern blocks, and interlocking (or multilink) cubes. Like the Building Thinking Skills program, activities cover four key areas: Similarities and Differences, Sequences, Classifications, and Analogies. Simple activity instructions appear at the top of each page as a basic guideline for the teacher. The activity book itself is approximately 250 pages. Manipulatives are not included. Required manipulatives for this program are as follows: A) Pattern Blocks – set of 100 in six colors and shapes (triangle, trapezoid, rhombus (2 types), hexagon, square); B) Interlocking Cubes – set of 100 (plastic cubes that link on all sides, 10 cubes of 10 different colors); C) Attribute Blocks – set of 60 (pieces come in 5 shapes (triangle, square, rectangle, circle, hexagon), 3 colors (red, blue, yellow), 2 sizes (large, small), 2 thicknesses). ~ Anh
  • Item #: 018743
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    Young children will appreciate this hands-on approach to developing analytic thinking skills via an exploration of shapes, colors, and patterns. The activities require three types of manipulatives: attribute blocks, pattern blocks, and interlocking (or multilink) cubes. Like the Building Thinking Skills program, activities cover four key areas: Similarities and Differences, Sequences, Classifications, and Analogies. Simple activity instructions appear at the top of each page as a basic guideline for the teacher. The activity book itself is approximately 250 pages. Manipulatives are not included. Required manipulatives for this program are as follows: A) Pattern Blocks – set of 100 in six colors and shapes (triangle, trapezoid, rhombus (2 types), hexagon, square); B) Interlocking Cubes – set of 100 (plastic cubes that link on all sides, 10 cubes of 10 different colors); C) Attribute Blocks – set of 60 (pieces come in 5 shapes (triangle, square, rectangle, circle, hexagon), 3 colors (red, blue, yellow), 2 sizes (large, small), 2 thicknesses). ~ Anh

  • Item #: 036679
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    I love it when you can add to a product and get more mileage out of it. If you are using Unifix cubes as a math manipulative with your child, you can take it a step further using this number line set. These are 12 pieces of plastic panels with the numbers 1 through 120 (each piece has an increment of ten) across the top, #1-10 across the bottom (so you can count full tens and extra ones) and a channel between the two into which you insert the linked cubes. The panels alternate between gray and ivory making it very obvious where the tens start and stop. They interlock like a race track, end to end. Ridges and raised numbers across the bottom are a sensory delight for a kinesthetic learner, and the bold black numbers at the top are flat but stand out visually. A (very) small activity guide is included. Practice counting, place value, operations and fractions! Cubes are sold separately. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 057284
    ISBN: 9781425812119
    Retail: $24.99
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    Building a solid foundation with basic math skills is so important; children will continue to build on them for the rest of their math lives. Making sure that the essentials are solid can be done with extra practice and activities and this book provides over 250 suggestions that can help from kindergarten to third grade.

    The book is divided by grade level, so you know which activities will be appropriate. The first page of each grade level offers a list of items to be used with the activities. These are items that you may already have in your home but feel free to substitute. At the Pre-kindergarten level, the book suggests about 30 items: vinyl non-skid spots, beanbags, abacus, ball, buttons, hot glue, index cards, number cubes, counters, paper cups, manipulatives, letter tiles, blocks, plastic containers, erasers, puzzle pieces, string, pencils, ribbons, calendar, stickers, interlocking cubes, pen tops, old keys, two containers, marbles, crackers, pictures of animals, dish, cardboard rectangle and tape or chalk. In the first activity you are asked to put vinyl non-skid spots on the floor and children are asked to follow directions to go ___ steps forward or back. If you don’t have the non-skid spots, for example, you can substitute sidewalk chalk and do the activity outside or use tape to put a pattern on your floor or even cut shapes out of construction paper and tape them on the floor. The idea is that they have a trail to follow and count. The supply list is similar at each level with some variation and additional items needed at the higher grades.

    The front of the book offers instruction for the parent/teacher for incorporating activities into your curriculum and information on standards met. The appendices include reproducible pages that consist of a skills inventory (great for keeping track of your child’s math progress), rubrics and pages needed for some of the activities. These same pages are found in pdf format on the resource cd in the back of the book. The activities in this 168-page book add a multi-sensory aspect to learning the foundational material needed in math and would be a great addition for your kinesthetic learners. ~ Donna