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Teaching with Manipulatives: Middle School Investigations Book & Kit

All the guidance you need to teach essential middle school math concepts using manipulatives!

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By Rosamond Welchman. More than 40 activities help teachers use manipulatives to teach traditionally difficult but important middle school topics. Students investigate relationships between concepts, rather than focus on individual topics. For example, students investigate the relationship between surface area and volume, between two-dimensional and three-dimensional objects, and between hexahedra and decahedra dice in a game of chance. Students pages require students to write about their experience. Teacher pages are detailed and include suggestions for stimulating discussion. Three-hole punched, 120 pages.

The kit contains:

  • 4 Reflect-It Mirrors
  • AlphaShapes (52 pcs.)
  • Cuisenaire Rods (2 sets)
  • 4 Tangrams
  • 4 Angle Rulers
  • Polyhedra Dice (1 set)
  • 6 Hexahedra Dice
  • 100 Two-Color Counters
  • 200 Interlocking Centimeter Cubes
  • Overhead Materials
  • 2 Blank Spinners
  • 4-cm Grids
  • 4 Hundred Number Boards
  • 4 Geoboards
  • 250 Counters

Use in learning centers, for small group work, and for whole class discussions. Grades 5-8.

SPECIFICATIONS

  • Area of Focus: Math
  • Grade: 5-8
  • Units: Each
  • Item #: IN40011
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