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  • Item #: 058804
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $20.21

    Think dice – just larger. These plastic 1.25" cubes have numbers or arithmetic signs rather than dots. Use them for practicing mental math skills – or as required by your math curriculum. The sixteen number cubes are light green with black numbers while the four sign (+, +, -, -, =, and =) cubes are yellow with black symbols. There are six cubes with numbers 0-5, six with numbers 4-9, two with 10-15, and 2 with 15-20. ▲CHOKING HAZARD (1). Not <3yrs ~ Janice

  • Item #: 066717
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $13.50

     Use these Plan Toys cubes for counting, ordering, comparing, ratio, and area. This set of 15 – 3.5cm cubes includes 1 black, 2 dark gray, 3 lighter gray, 4 lightest gray, and 5 natural wood colored blocks.

  • Item #: 034826
    ISBN: 9781604189278
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $13.95

    These three giant cloth cubes can be used to enhance any of your curriculum and help students learn. Made of cloth, these 4" cubes have clear pockets on every side for you to insert your own cards or papers with math problems, spelling words, parts of speech, or anything else you would like your student to practice. Differentiated instruction' is a fancy term meaning that you can change the information on the cube to fit any student. A resource sheet is included to give ideas for use. For younger children, practice shapes, colors, patterns, numbers, etc. Older students can use them to review vocabulary, improve word choice, or play math games. The set of three cubes comes in a resealable, soft plastic package, and if they get dirty, use the instructions to clean them and begin again! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 062377
    ISBN: 9781904359081
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.99

    Practice your times tables with this cubed “book.” Start at the dot and then follow the arrows around the cube book for the times tables through number 6. (Each face contains the times table for each number.) Then, at the double-pointed arrow, turn the cube inside out to find the tables for 7-12. Children can cover the answers with their fingers and quiz themselves. Numbers are identified in English, German, French and Spanish. The hinges are reinforced and have been tested to 10,000 turns. Some PDF quiz sheets are available at zoobookoo.com. Great kinesthetic tool! ~ Ruth

  • Item #: 066718
    Retail: $20.00
    Rainbow Price: $18.00

       There are many fraction manipulatives, but this one is a bit different. Included in this set is one 5cm cube with a 4cm hollow (picture an open box with no flaps). There is a 3.5cm cube that fits nicely in the hollow to represent one whole. There are also two yellow half blocks, four orange rectangular blocks, and eight red (1 3/4cm) blocks that fit into the hollow to represent the different measures. The idea of proportional relationships (two yellow halves = one whole, etc.) and comparing fractions can be fun. Use these with your math curriculum or as an introduction for little ones – manipulatives are a nice addition

  • Item #: 049158
    Retail: $8.00
    Rainbow Price: $6.50

    I'm not sure what's more likeable here – the simple concept or the cute packaging! The small, portable game consists of nine picture dice packaged in a sturdy flip-out box about the size of a card deck. The dice are printed with simple black-and-white pictures on each face for a total of 54 different images. A few examples include: a clock, a bee, a shooting star, a key, a flashlight, an apple, fire, a magnifying glass, a question mark, a book, a light bulb, and a tree. Originally designed for storytelling, there are three game ideas included inside the cover, each of which entails rolling the dice and using some or all of the dice to create a story. You can modify the number of dice, play solo or as a group for more variety. Of course, you could also use a roll of the dice to pick a theme for extemporaneous speaking, to inspire young children to write a story (using just one or two cubes), or as writing prompts. I'm sure you can come up with some of your own educational and party ideas as well! - Jess

  • Item #: 069656
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $9.99

     Compatible with all journals.  Contains 100 math symbols & numbers.

  • Item #: 036022
    Retail: $4.00
    Rainbow Price: $3.75

    These 12 blank cubes come in red, white, green and yellow (3 each). 77 square stickers are included that you can write numbers, letters, dots, or other graphics on. Then, place the stickers on the cubes to make your very own customized dice. These versatile cubes let you make your own games and activities and you can also use them as replacement die. ~ Phyllis

  • Item #: 064881
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

       Use your Unifix® Cubes (sold separately) to practice and better understand base ten and place value. The plastic base measure 3” x 9” with ten posts on which to place your cubes. A 100-grid card can be placed behind the cubes (in the slot), so students can more easily see how many cubes are in each stack – (great for graphing!) Forty number label cards can be placed on the ledge in front of the cubes for labeling purposes. A guide is included for suggested activities. Students can practice math concepts from very basic, up through decimals and fractions.  ~ Donna

  • Item #: 036025
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.10

    Six blank white dice. You can use stickers or write numbers, letters or patterns on them and then use them for counting, patterning, making up your own games and more. Phyllis

  • Item #: 064394
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    Use cars for math and counting fun for your little car enthusiasts. This set includes 25 tiny, colorful cars (5 each orange, green, purple, red, and blue), 2 foam number cubes, 1 foam color cube, two 12-inch pieces of track (numbered 1-10 and 11-20), a finish line, and an activity guide for suggested uses. Young learners can practice counting 1 through 20, basic addition, patterns, sequencing, more/less, and more. Make up your own games with the included pieces – I’m sure your little math mechanics can come up with some fun, hands-on, creative ideas for practicing math! ~ Donna

  • Item #: 060833
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.25

    Ten-frames help students visualize numbers 1-10 by showing a picture of 10 squares. This set of 60 bright yellow cards, each containing an image of a ten-frame, is designed for use with Unifix cubes (linking cubes in various colors.) These frames have images of Unifix cubes (green or orange), ranging in any number from 0-10. You can use these with your student in a variety of ways. For example, use them as flashcards and have your child say the number as they see the filled-in squares. Add real Unifix cubes in the empty spaces to complete the 10. Make them a different color and you can add and subtract. Made from glossy cardstock, 6” x 3.5”, with rounded corners. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 068117
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $29.75

     Fractions in equations can sometimes be very difficult for students to understand. Using the Hands-On Equations method, students can systematically learn how to solve equations that contain fractions. This set is intended for one student and includes a set of red and green number cubes, a flat laminated scale, set of plastic fraction blocks, Level I and Level II lesson books (12 lessons total), reproducible worksheets and answer key. These are the same number cubes and laminated scale used in the Hands-On Equations System. Each worksheet has 8 equations, 4 from the current lesson and 4 from previous lessons. The lessons build systematically, so you will want to do them sequentially. For your kinesthetic, visual students, this is a wonderful tutorial for better understanding fractions in the setting of equations. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 023929
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $0.85

    Large, hollow, clear cube containing three miniature dice for game play. Dice are unattached and each display numbers 1-6. 5mm dice colors are red, white and blue. ~ Tasha

  • Item #: 036679
    Retail: $24.95
    Rainbow Price: $18.50

    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 #: 066913
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.25

     Make math fun with this set of cute sport hats designed to fit perfectly on top of your standard Unifix cubes. Children will practice counting, number names, comparisons and more as they add a hat to their stack of cubes. Includes 3 sets of hats labeled 1-10. Sample activities included. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 060835
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

    We already know number lines are useful for showing sequence and teaching skip counting, but now you can add your base ten cubes and do even more. This one is made of dense red foam, has a white surface that can be used with dry erase markers, shows numbers 1-50 and has 2 channels running the length of the number line. Your base tens slide right into the channels. Includes an 8 pg activity guide. Use to demonstrate addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Measures 20.5” x 4” x 5” ~ Sara

  • Item #: 044802
    Retail: $10.95
    Rainbow Price: $9.50

    Abablocks are twenty sliding, wooden, numbered cubes on two 21" rods (ensuring that blocks will not rotate, just slide). They can be used with very young children to teach counting, skip counting to 5s, simple addition, subtraction, multiples and multiplication, division and remainders, and least common multiples. Kind of a cross between the number line and abacus, the blocks let children solve problems tactually and visually. To perform simple addition, they just "slide" the number of blocks over then look at the answer on the last block in the group. Missing addend? Slide the first group over, then see how many more would need to slide over to include the block with the sum. For subtraction, start with the number of blocks in the minuend slid over to the left, then slide the number of blocks in the subtrahend to the right. The last block remaining will have the answer. Missing subtrahend? Just slide over the number of blocks in the minuend and the number of blocks you'd need to slide back to leave the difference is the missing amount. Learning multiplication facts to 5's will be easy with sides of multiples of 2, 3, 4, and 5 painted (one multiple/color for each side of the cube). 2's are in blue, 3's in green, 4's in red, and 5's in yellow. To count by 3's, turn the abablocks to the green side. Every multiple of three will be in green (other blocks just in natural finish). How many 3s in 18? A cinch to see with this device. Just count the number of green blocks to 18. Divide 15 by 4? Go to the fours side (easier to tell groups of four here), push blocks through 15 to the left, then push groups of four to the right (and count) until there are no groups of four left. Answer: 3 groups of 4 and 3 blocks remaining. Blocks that are colored on more than one side (like 12) are common multiples of the numbers corresponding to those colors. I would describe this as a robust math manipulative; it is a handy, sturdy, no-loose-pieces teaching device for demonstrating many math operations and concepts to young children (with no choking hazard!).

  • Item #: 057284
    ISBN: 9781425812119
    Retail: $24.99
    Rainbow Price: $19.95

    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

  • Item #: 034038
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $8.50

     This little kit will help you explore the world of circuitry and lasers as you construct a circuit that will operate a small motor. Attach the plastic mirror to the motor and project a laser light around the room. Included in the kit is a battery housing (requires 1AA battery, not included), motor, 1.5-inch plastic mirror, laser pointer, 2 insulated wires with alligator clips on each end. An included activity guide gives numbered instruction to build and operate your project. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 060100
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.95

    Versatile 30 cm. clear ruler includes a center channel for 1cm/1g cubes for various math activities. Centimeter marks and numerals in bold black font for easy reading. Works well with Cuisenaire rods and base ten blocks. Cubes not included. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 066914
    Retail: $7.95
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

     Designed to use with standard size Unifix cubes, this tray is perfect to visualize and reinforce math facts through 20. Tray measures 14 1/2" x 2 1/2", with numbers 1-20 in the center and cube channels on either side. Demonstrate addition by filling the slots one each side and adding together. Fill one side and move cubes to the other side to teach subtraction skills. This will quickly become your child’s favorite tool to “see” their math facts! Just add Unifix cubes! Includes activity ideas. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 066911
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

     Use these flat tray “boats” to help children visualize numbers and expand their understanding of estimating, simple operations, comparing and estimating. Includes 10 boats that will hold same quantity of standard size Unifix cubes. Boats range from 1 3/4" for a single cube to 8 1/2" for the ten boat. Limited teaching notes included. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 060837
    Retail: $9.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

    Grab your standard Unifix cubes and get busy counting! This unique set includes a plastic base (4” x 9” x 1”) with 6 squares on top onto which you stack your cubes color by color. A background (10” x 10”) with lines on it (and blank on the back) clearly lets you count and compare your various colors. You can easily write on the background with a dry erase marker and wipe if off to use again and again. Not sure what to compare? Six little topic cards will give you some ideas (animals, colors, candy, holidays, fruits & sports). For example, have the students walk around with a notepad and count how many green items, how many yellow, etc., are in the room. They then gather that number of Unifix cubes and place them on the base. When you look at them all together, you can see that you have just created a graph against the background. It’s simple, clever and versatile! ~ Sara

  • Item #: PDM1K2
    Retail: $151.59
    Rainbow Price: $115.00

      Grade 1 kit includes geometric shapes, attribute blocks, geared teaching clock, base ten place value set, dominoes, student clocks, teddy bear counters, hundred number chart, MultiLink Cubes, pattern blocks, indoor/outdoor thermometer, color tiles, play paper money, dry erase marker board set, math set 2 – set of 8 dice, mixed plastic coins, compact digital scale, write-on/wipe-off desktop # line.

  • Item #: PDMKK2
    Retail: $129.98
    Rainbow Price: $97.00

      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 #: PDM23A
    Retail: $49.88
    Rainbow Price: $39.50

    Includes play paper money, customary Safe-T weights, Fraction Tower Cube Equivalency Set.

    This kit assumes you have the grade 2 manipulative kit.

  • Item #: 060834
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.25

    Use this dense, green foam frame with your standard 1 cm base ten blocks (not included) to show students decimal values up to hundredths. Ones, tenths and hundredths are labeled on the frame itself along with a decimal point. The blocks fit down into the frame and won’t slide around. A place for 1” number tiles (21 included) below the base tens shows the value numerically. The combination of number tiles and base ten cubes can really help your student understand the value of decimals. Kit includes an 8 pg guide with activities. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 064892
    Retail: $1.50
    Rainbow Price: $1.45

     1-10 stair outline for counting or simple operations (can be used with markers or counting cubes); the reverse provides a work space for loose cubes, rod building outline, and blank space to write the number and number word