Place Value Base Ten Set

Place Value Base Ten Set

Color-coordinated with the leading place value products. Includes one yellow decimeter cube, 10 orange flats, 20 red rods and 200 white non-linking unit cubes.

Place Value Base Ten and Tiles Set

Place Value Base Ten and Tiles Set

Includes one yellow decimeter cube, 10 orange flats, 10 red rods, 100 white non-linking unit cubes, 1 base ten sorting mat and 37 piece set of place value tiles all packaged in reusable bucket.

Magnetic Demo Place Value Frames -10 Value

Magnetic Demo Place Value Frames -10 Value

Count from thousandths to millions with 10 magnetic place value frames. These 14 x 6.8 (35 x 17 cm) frames are large enough to hold 2 magnetic counters (not included) and have a dry erase surface to support writing with dry erase markers. Also contains magnetic labels, commas and a decimal place. Grades 2+.

Place Value Bucket

Place Value Bucket

Designed as a center kit. Includes dice, chain links, counters and bowls to teach place value to thousands. Stored in a reusable gallon container. Grades 2+.

Place Value Tiles -4 Value

Place Value Tiles -4 Value

Learn place value to thousands with these color-coded stackable plastic tiles. Count from 0-9999. Perfect size for student use. Largest piece is 1 x 3 1/8. 37 pieces. Grades 2+.

Place Value Counting Frame -10 Value

Place Value Counting Frame -10 Value

This novel place value counter is color coded to match the recognized colors for 10 values from thousandths to millions. With 10 beads per bar it makes carrying over easy to understand. The roll over function hides away the unused beads so the focus is on the beads in use. Measures 6 tall x 5 wide x 2 deep. Grades 2+.

Place Value TWIZT’R

Place Value TWIZT’R

This device can be used in a variety of ways to perform many different arithmetical operations. There are four labelled cups plus one arrow cup in the set. Color-coded printing on the cups provides students with a visual representation of place value. ( thousand , hundred, tens and ones). The + and - signs are used for simple calculations. Clockwise direction represents addition while counter clockwise direction represents subtraction. Teachers can select the appropriate number of cups for different grade levels. Grades 5+

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