Looking for a great way to encourage your young students gain understanding of math concepts? Interested in ways to guide your older students work towards more complicated concepts? Math manipulatives are a great way for your student to develop those key skills. While doing so, Math Manipulatives will help provide visual representations for you to better convey those ideas. Use math manipulatives for anything ranging from simple addition and subtraction towards more complicated concepts through geometry. These will support both you and your student!
Memory Tips for Math by Donnalyn Yates
Memory Tips for Math is the ideal tool for teachers and parents to use, to help children succeed in school. By explaining how memory works and suggesting teaching methods, using mnemonic associations,... Read More
Fridge Fractiles features 48 brilliantly colored flexible magnetic tiles, color illustrated cardboard CD style package to store tiles. Excellent for development of design awareness & patterning... Read More
Learn Math Fast System Volume 4
This is the 4th volume of the Learn Math Fast System. This book teaches basic geometry concepts from 3rd to 8th grade level. Topics include lines, angles, the 3 special triangles, Pythagorean... Read More
Vintage Bookshelf Edition - Monopoly
When's the last time you passed GO to collect $200? This gorgeous cloth-bound book box will slide easily onto your bookshelf, so you're always ready for family game night! And it's so handsome,... Read More
Colorful, interlocking cubes!