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| Grades 1-K
Bright, color-coded dominoes—an ideal tool for improving basic math skills. Dominoes basic are perfect for building number sense through subitizing and visualizing number relationships. Perfect for teaching sorting, patterning, addition, subtraction, fractions, and logic problems. Individual dominoes measure approximately 1-3/4" x 3/4".
Great for practicing basic math and mental computation skills
Perfect for building domino races
Encourage playful competition with a classroom set of dominoes
Dominoes come in assorted colors — red, yellow, green, blue, orange, and black
6 Sets of Dominoes (168 pieces)
| Grades 6-2
Demonstrate probability concepts to your entire class with Transparent Spinners!. Transparent Blank Spinners can be used for various math and games and probability activities. Spinner can also be placed on top of a printed piece of paper or use dry-erase markers to fill in the circle to create a custom activity. Each measures 4" x 4".
Can be used for various math and games and probabilty activities
Use dry-erase markers to divide fourths, fifths, eighths and tenths using these blank circle spinners
Can be placed over printed paper to create a custom spinner
5 clear plastic spinners
| Grades 1-12
Standard deck of 52 playing cards prompts exploration of probability concepts.
| Grades K-5
Dominoes: a classic, time-tested supplement for your math lessons!. Enrich lessons in probability, estimation, and operations with this set of 55 double-nine dominoes. 7/8" x 1 3/4".
| Grades 1-3
Dive into number concepts through 120!. Dive into number concepts through 120! Learn about place value and practice addition and subtraction using number patterns on the grid. Perfect for helping children focus on important 1st grade concepts. Includes a 120 mat and 3 inflatable cubes (2 number cubes to create 1- and 2-digit numbers; 1 cube with +10, -10, +1, -1). Features 64 frames, 64 markers, and 4 t-shaped frames that highlight ten more/less and one more/less. Includes activities aligned to the Common Core. Mat measures 4 1/2'H x 4'L.
| Grades 1-5
Build operations skills and knowledge of fact families with these self-checking cards! Cover one number on the card, complete the operation using the other two numbers, then reveal the hidden number to check the answer. Each double-sided card represents two fact families and eight number sentences. 46 cards.
| Grades 4-8
Solve Equations with Self-Checking Figuro Cards!. Students will jump at the chance to play Figuro! Self-checking card games challenge players to solve equations, compare fractions, and identify integers. Each self-checking, 2 1/2" x 4" card deck offers a multitude of game play options, including Go Fish, Concentration, and War. Additional teaching suggestions provide the opportunity to further challenge students' mathematical skills. Percents/Fractions/Decimals Card Deck includes 63 cards.
Fast-paced games that develop crucial math skills!. The "24" Games are simple to learn and fun to play. These fast-paced games help students improve single digit computation skills and reinforce mental math, problem solving, concentration, and critical thinking. Three levels of difficulty ensure early success and build students' confidence. Perfect for individual or group work. Each set includes 96 double-sided game cards.
This clever game teaches fraction concepts and skills to different levels of learners with seven games in one!. Teach fraction concepts and skills to different levels of learners with 7 games in one! Students can practice identifying, matching, adding, and subtracting fractions. Game includes 13 double-sided pizzas, 3 double-sided spinner bases, and 1 spinner arrow. For 2 to 6 students.
| Grades 2-12
The head-spinning equation game the whole class can play! Place dice into the shaker, then roll them out, and align them on the dice tray. Set the timer and create as many unique, correct equations as possible using the numbers rolled. Dice feature numbers 0-9 for comprehensive math practice using all operations. Game variations allow you to target specific math skills and promote algebraic thinking. Includes Activity Guide.
| Grades PreK-1
A fun way to strengthen fine motor skills, number recognition and early counting skills. Colorful puzzle pieces are shaped from 1–20, and feature bold graphics to match each amount. Includes 20 durable, two-piece puzzles measuring 5”.
| Grades 3-5
Explore fractions from 1/2 to 1/16 using these cards based on the Fraction Tower Cubes. Each card shows the same fraction three different ways: on a number line, with rectangular area, and with a numerical representation. Fractions on the cards are color-coded to match the Fraction Tower Cubes, making it easy to use the cards and cubes together. Perfect for activities in centers or for pairs or small groups of students to play a variety of games based on War, Go Fish, Rummy, and Memory.
1 Deck of Cards (68 cards)
| Grades K-2
This bingo-style game is not about matching, it's about making 10!. This bingo-style game is not about matching, it's about making 10! Cover the numbered spots on the ladybug with the numbered pieces that together make ten! Cards feature ten-frames on one side for beginners, and numbers on the reverse for more advanced players. Fill your card and win! Cards measure 8"H x 6 1/4"L and spaces on cards are inset so spots stay in place.
6 Double-Sided Cards
| Grades K-9
Demonstrate probability concepts to your entire class!. Clear plastic squares have 3 1/2"-diameter black circle and movable plastic arrow spinner.
Set of 5 templates to draw fourths, fifths, eighths, and tenths
| Grades 3-12
Board game simulates real-world finance: students project budgets, and those who are accurate win big!. Players plan a budget and encounter real-life financial situations. Students whose projected budgets are reasonably accurate collect a bonus on payday. For 2 to 4 players. Grades 4 and up.
| Grades 3-9
Create Balanced Equations Using a Concrete Approach. Written and patented by Dr. Henry Borenson. Students use game pieces to physically build a given algebraic equation; then they solve the equation through manipulation of the pieces.
Student Kit of 24 game pieces with laminated game board
Fast-paced games that develop crucial math skills!. The "24" Games are simple to learn and fun to play. These fast-paced games help students improve Double Digit computation skills and reinforce mental math, problem solving, concentration, and critical thinking. Three levels of difficulty ensure early success and build students' confidence. Perfect for individual or group work. Each set includes 96 double-sided game cards.
Cross the finish line with the most money, as this board game builds students' money skills!. Money Bags Coin Value Game. Delightful new graphics make our award-winner even better! Valuable money skills are in the bag as students collect, count, and exchange money all the way to the finish line. Includes game board with built-in spinner, 100 plastic coins, play bills, markers, and die. Game board measures 17"L x 17"H. For 2-4 players.
| Grades 4-5
This fun and easy game provides a way for students to practice grade appropriate math skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and place value. Each box includes 4 sets of cards for 4 different games.
Extend the impact of your 20-Bead Rekenrek with our special Rekenrek plastic dominoes. Dominoes that measure 1-5/8" x 2-1/4". Play one of our recommended games or make up your own way to use these versatile dominoes!
Game 1: Dominoes (2-4 Players) -
Students mix all the dominoes face down in a pile. Each student picks 4 dominoes. The student with the highest number places that domino face up on the table. If the student on the first player's left has a domino with a matching number, he or she places it next to the appropriate side of the domino. If that student does not have a matching domino, the student picks a domino from the pile and ends his or her turn. The winner is the first player to play all of their dominoes.
Game 2: Domino War (2 Players) -
Mix the dominoes face down in a pile. Each student picks 15 dominoes. Each student flips over 1 domino. The player with the largest number wins. Set the pair aside. The winner is the player with the most pairs when all the dominoes have been played. For a longer game, return the dominoes to the player who wins each hand. The winner is the player who collects all the dominoes.
Help students learn to count from 1 to 50 with this exciting number patterns game. Single out your opponent's mystery number as fast as you can. Guess the right number and you win the game!
Question prompt cards
| Grades 3-6
Multiply, divide, score! Work with math facts and fact-family concepts like never before. Triangle format is familiar, providing a visual cue, while game play makes tricky multiplication and division fun! Includes a 10" triangle game board, 100 cards (facts up to 100), and four trays. For 2-4 players.
Each player begins with a checking account balance of $100 and then moves around the board picking up "unexpected events" cards, adding or subtracting money to their account along the way. For 2 to 6 students.
Game board and game pieces
20 reproducible account balance sheets
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