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10 Write-On/Wipe-Off Graphs Flip Chart

$21.99

Build must-know math skills with these 10 laminated, fill-in graphs on favorite topics including transportation, birthdays, colors,weather, names, and more. Use a dry-erase pen, then wipe clean to use again and again! Includes easy lessons that meet the math standards. 15" x 20 1/2". 22 pages.

$3.49

A die inside of a die–great for math games! Roll it and add, subtract, multiply or divide the numbers. Assorted colors. Set of 8.

$44.99

Unlike any other balance, this balance lets you demonstrate that –1<0. Weights placed on the outer pans represent negative integers, and those placed in the inner pans represent positive integers, making it possible to demonstrate that (–1)+(+1)=0. Great for small-group work, the balance includes 4 plastic pans, 4 plastic canisters, a set of plastic weights and Activity Guide.

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This book offers in-depth practice and review for challenging middle school math topics such as radicals and exponents; factoring; and solving and graphing equations. Bonus activities on each page help extend the learning and activities, making these books perfect for daily review in the classroom or at home. Common Core State Standards have raised expectations for math learning, and many students in grades 6–8 are studying more accelerated math at younger ages. The 100+ Series provides the solution with titles that include over 100 targeted practice activities for learning algebra, geometry, and other advanced math topics. It also features over 100 reproducible, subject specific, practice pages to support standards-based instruction.

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This book offers in-depth practice and review for challenging middle school math topics such as factoring and polynomials; quadratic equations; and trigonometric functions. Bonus activities on each page help extend the learning and activities, making these books perfect for daily review in the classroom or at home. Common Core State Standards have raised expectations for math learning, and many students in grades 6–8 are studying more accelerated math at younger ages. The 100+ Series provides the solution with titles that include over 100 targeted practice activities for learning algebra, geometry, and other advanced math topics. It also features over 100 reproducible, subject specific, practice pages to support standards-based instruction.

$13.99

Each book includes clear instructions, examples, practice problems, definitions, problem-solving strategies, an assessment section, answer keys, and references. Geared toward struggling students. 128 pages. Simplifies the concepts of number systems, exponential expressions, square roots and radical expressions, graphing, as well as linear and quadratic functions.

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Each book includes clear instructions, examples, practice problems, definitions, problem-solving strategies, an assessment section, answer keys, and references. Geared toward struggling students. 128 pages. Simplifies the concepts of number systems, exponential expressions, square roots and radical expressions, graphing, as well as linear and quadratic functions.

$8.99

Algebra Quick Starts for seventh to twelfth grades provides skill practice for real numbers, quadratic equations, and more. This algebra resource book is ideal for daily warm-ups, test reviews, and learning centers. Each page of this Mark twain Math resource book includes two to four quick starts.

$27.99

Algebra Test Prep and Review provides students with a clear, easy-to-understand, step-by-step review of Algebra I & II. It can be used to supplement an algebra textbook or as a study guide for students taking standardized tests covering algebra. Students learn helpful procedures and strategies for solving algebra word problems using real-world application examples. This concise study guide quickly gets to the heart of each particular topic, helping students with a quick or extensive review. Students can easily locate key terms, definitions, properties, phrases, concepts, formulas, rules, and equations. Each algebra concept starts with a lesson that includes a variety of examples (both easy and more advanced), practice problems, and finally quizzes to test skills and understanding. The visual format uses less text and more outlines, tables, and charts than textbooks. The organization and design make it suitable for middle school, high school, and college algebra students.

$119.99

Students deepen understanding of algebra concepts when they build geometric models of polynomials. Classroom set includes enough for 30 students, plus Overhead Set and 40-page book.

$11.99

The Algebra resource book for fifth to twelfth grades provides practice in these essential algebra skills: variables, polynomials, radicals and roots, linear equations, and quadratic equations. This math resource offers clear explanations, practice exercises, and unit review quizzes.

Assorted Color Spot 16mm Foam Dice, Pack of 12

$3.29

Super quiet and fun—the perfect classroom manipulative!

$8.99

Blank Student Number Lines allow teachers to differentiate math instruction for students' individual needs. These open-ended number lines also provide teachers with a customizable, hands-on tool for every math lesson. Each set of student number lines includes 30 number lines that measure 22" x 1.5" each. They also feature a write-on/wipe-away surface to make it easy for students to use over and over again! Student number lines are the perfect hands-on tool for reinforcing mathematical concepts such as counting, identifying number patterns, partitioning numbers, comparing numbers, and building number sense.

$4.29

Standard 16mm dice. Six each of red, white, and green. Hundreds of counting, sorting and math applications. Set of 18.

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Players practice rapid recognition of equivalent fractions or addingfractions as they play “Fraction War,” “One Up,” or “Fraction Match.” Three levels of difficulty make play available to a broad range of players. Includes 48 durable dominoes showing fractional parts in pictures and numerals. 1-5 players.

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Seven group or self-checking solitaire games offer experience in recognizing fractional parts, matching equivalent fractions, and building sums of “one.” The 48 dominoes include both pictures and fractional numbers with denominators ranging from 2 to 12. Fractions are shown as parts of wholes or parts of sets. 1-4 players.

Fractions & Decimals Quick Starts, Gr. 7+

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The Fractions and Decimals Quick Starts resource book for fourth to ninth grades reinforces skills students have learned dealing with fractions and decimals. Teachers can use this Mark Twain resource book for daily warm-ups and test review. Each page includes two to four quick starts, and the quick starts get progressively more challenging to keep up with students' skill development.

$10.99

Master fractions and their equivalents from halves through twelfths, and boost skills in visualizing, comparing, and reducing fractions. Traditional 5 x 5 grid format can be played six ways to meet the needs of learners of all abilities. Fun for large or small group use. Set includes: 36 playing cards, over 700 chips, caller's mat and cards, and a sturdy storage box.

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Each book includes clear instructions, examples, practice problems, definitions, problem-solving strategies, an assessment section, answer keys, and references. Geared toward struggling students. 128 pages. Simplifies geometry basics, such as triangles, polygons, quadrilaterals, circles, congruence, similarity, symmetry, coordinate and non-coordinate geometry, angles, patterns, and reasoning.