You had better not monkey around when it comes to place value. The monkeys in this book can tell you why! As they bake the biggest banana cupcake ever, they need to get the amounts in the recipe correct. There’s a big difference between 216 eggs and 621 eggs. Place value is the key to keeping the numbers straight. Using humorous art, easy-to-follow charts and clear explanations, this book presents the basic facts about place value while inserting some amusing monkey business.
These materials provide students with fun, hands-on ways to develop knowledge of place value. This green ManipuLite (foam) base ten set contains 200 units, 100 rods, 20 flats and 2 cubes. Also included are an activity guide, the Base Ten Revised Edition activity book, and 25 place value mats. Everything is packaged in 2 VersaTote storage containers. Designed for grades 3-6 there are enough materials to support 10-12 students. Educational products, manipulatives, and kits incorporate applied math and science principles into classroom and homeschool-based projects. Teachers in pre-K, elementary, and secondary classrooms use educational kits, products, and manipulatives alongside math, science, literacy, and STEM curriculum to demonstrate concepts and real-world applications through hands-on activities.
Help this happy little family of penguins discover how many fish they’ve caught using your place value skills!
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A colorful and hands-on way to master early math skills! Each disk is assigned a color according to place value for easy recognition. Students can visually track their progress as they practice addition and subtraction by grouping the numbers together. Includes 280 disks, 40 of each from the ones to millions places. Supports Singapore and Eureka Math. Disks measure 1” in diameter each. Ages 5+
100 of the 1-unit cubes (yellow), 20 of the 10-unit rods (green), and 5 of the 100-unit flats (blue).
Have your students enter the jungle where a hungry Tiger prowls! players must fill their safari boards with base ten units and rods to escape the Tiger. To do this, they complete a variety of simple math tasks as they move along the game board. Students will learn about adding and subtracting tens, the language of exchange, and grouping in tens.
This coffee or tea mug sports the correct value of pi to more digits than you're ever likely to need, unless you're calculating missile trajectories.