360º Angle Viewer™, Single

$9.99

A sturdy, flexible 51⁄4" plastic 360º protractor that helps students clearly visualize angles, draw angles, and measure angles accurately. Retains angle measurement when moved.

Abacus 10 Row Rekenrek

$16.99

This rekenrek abacus features ten rows of two different colored plastic beads that easily slide back and forth on metal rods. The sturdy plastic frame is designed to add desktop stability for student use, and may be used either standing up, or laying flat. An excellent teaching tool for building basic math skills in counting, addition and subtraction. Dimensions 8.27” x 7.87” x 3.54”. This 10-row Rekenrek may look like an ordinary counting frame or abacus, however, it is used in a different way. Rather than counting to ten, this abacus promotes counting by 2's, 5's and 10's. The Rekenrek is a very effective tool in understanding numbers and their relationships. The 10-row Rekenrek is an extended version of the standard 2-row Rekenrek, making it possible to use effective addition and subtraction strategies.

Addition & Subtraction Facts Card Game, Gr. 1-3

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Bank Account

$23.99

A fun-to-play game that simulates true-to-life money management demands! Players write checks, make deposits, reconcile accounts, pay bills, make purchases, collect earnings, and more. Checks, deposit slips and accounting forms are included. 2-5 players.

Base Ten Card Game, Gr. 1-3

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Blank Playing Cards

$2.99

Create your own game or activity with this set of 50 high quality cards coated on both sides.

Budget Game

$23.99

Players experience the realities of real-life economics as they buy a home or rent an apartment, pay insurance, make investments, buy groceries and clothing, collect commissions, and more. Budget correctly and collect a bonus on payday! 2-4 players.

Bumper Car Math, Addition/Subtraction

$23.99

Bump your way to fluency with addition and subtraction math facts! Players become fluent in addition facts (9+9) and subtraction facts (18-9) by solving mental math problems in this fun, colorful, easy to learn format. Spin the spinner, answer correctly and claim the space with your disk car or bump your opponents off theirs to gain an advantage. Game-time is adaptable to your classroom needs. 2-4 players.

Bumper Car Math, Multiplication/Division

$23.99

Bump your way to math fact fluency! Players become fluent in math facts by solving mental math problems in this fun, colorful easy-to-learn format. Spin the spinner, answer correctly and claim the space with your disk car or bump your opponents off theirs to gain an advantage. Covers facts thru 9 + 9 or 9 x 9. 2-4 players.

Elapsed Time Card Game, Gr. 3-5

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Equivalent Fraction Dominoes

$10.99

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.

F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line Card Set, Gr. 2-3

$31.99

This set of 338 cards for grades 2-3 allows you to add cards to your F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line System (sold separately). Display whole number calculations on the number line and begin to expand beyond whole numbers and focus on fractions. Additionally, the number line offers a resource for visually displaying repeated addition, skip counting, and multiplication.

F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line Card Set, Gr. 4-5

$39.99

This set of 511 cards for grades 4-5 allows you to add cards to your F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line System (sold separately). Teachers/students can extend previous work and use the number line for increasingly complex whole number calculations and to compare multi-digit whole numbers. It can be used to focus on additional grade level targets, including comparing fractions, multiplying fractions by whole numbers, adding and subtracting fractions, and comparing and rounding decimals.

F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line Card Set, Gr. 6-8

$47.99

This set of 573 cards for grades 6-8 allows you to add cards to your F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line System (sold separately). Covers the concepts of linear equations, fractions, decimals, percents, negative numbers, squared numbers, mixed numbers, decimals, hundredths grid representation, Pi, integers -20 to -1, negative decimals and fractions, exponents, square roots and more.

F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line Card Set, Gr. K-1

$26.99

This set of 240 cards for grades K-1 allows you to add cards to your F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line System (sold separately). Demonstrates that the magnitude of the numbers increases as a student is 'counting up' and decreases when 'counting down'. Additionally, decomposing numbers into pairs can be displayed, and comparing one digit or two digit numbers can be modeled. The number line can be used to quickly indentify '10 more' or '10 less', as well as many other concepts.

F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line System

$58.99

F.U.N.™ stands for Fluency & Understanding Numbers. The F.U.N.™ Empty Number Line explores the extensive versatility of the number line, while incorporating a motivational manipulative aspect. It represents the number system while, at the same time, is a manipulative where numbers can be moved, matched and plotted, up and down the entire number line. The possibilities for using the number line to identify equivalent numbers are endless, including whole numbers, fractions, decimals, and negative numbers. Grade level cards sets are sold separately.

Fence It In Game

$14.99

Fence It in! introduces perimeter and area through hands-on activities and a card game. Games build spatial sense and the ability to use the language of geometry.

Fraction City

$23.99

Travel the roads of Fraction City where everything you see is in fractions! Understanding the concept of "one" is key in grasping fractional concepts. In this fun game, players learn to add and subtract frations to reach "one" and score. The more fractions you can use, the quicker you can reach the winning score of 10. One this colorful game-board, 29 of the most commonly used fractions in the real world are utilized. Key objectives are determining common denominators, and combining two, three, and four fractions that equal "one." Addtional games and ideas are included.

Fraction Dominoes

$10.99

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.

Giant Playing Cards

$10.99

A practical learning tool for any classroom! Teach card games or probability with this giant-sized deck. Cards are coated for durability. Set of 52 traditional playing cards includes two jokers. Each card measures 4 " x 7 ".

Integer Chess

$22.99

Players plot points and move along the lines as they try to arrange five pawns in a row. Understanding of important algebraic concepts grows through play. The basic game and its variations—Capture, Refuge, Hide and Seek, and Treasure Chest—provide intriguing settings for developing competence in graphing and making vector-like moves on the coordinate plane. 2-4 players.

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Magnetic Dry-Erase Dice

A versatile manipulative to create your own fraction, operation and other specialty dice. Each die features a metal dry-erase surface on all six sides. New and improved surface eliminates ghosting. Dice measure 2" square.

Making Change Octominoes

$10.99

This game provides playful practice in counting money and making change while building competence in addition and subtraction. The two main games—Coin Values and Making Change are both self-checking and have a unique starting board that offers eight different positions to place your dominoes. Also includes lesson plans and other game ideas. 1-4 players.

Math Balance

$19.99

Students will easily grasp various number concepts because they can see the results! Display number relationships of equal to (=), greater than (>), or less than (<). This balance makes learning number concepts easier because students can see the results. This is a self-checking balance that can display a variety of concepts such as greater than, less than, equal to, and basic operation skills.

Math-Fact-Oh!™ Multiplication & Division

$21.99

A great alternative to flash cards, math-fact-oh!™ builds and reinforces basic math skills while improving memory and concentration! For every solution card there are three corresponding equation cards that compose a triangle called a 'math-fact-oh!™. Players compete to be the first to create the math-fact-oh! sets by locating the multiplication and division problem cards that match their solution cards.

Movable Axis Pegboard

$9.99

This pegboard has a sliding X and Y Axis with two colors of pegs that makes coordinate graphing fun and easy to understand. The pegs can be used to graph points in one or all four quadrants, and show geometric translations, rotations, reflections, data in bar or line graphs, and much more. It includes one pegboard, 25 blue pegs, 25 red pegs, an X and y sliding axis, and rubber bands.

Multifactor

$23.99

Develop a nimble mind by computing basic multiplication facts or by breaking products down into factors and possibly prime factors. In Product Capture, players claim the product of two factors they spin. In Factor Pursuit, players compute the product of two spinners and mark any set of factors for this product on their scorecards. Be the first to fill your scorecard and win! 2 players or teams.

Multiplication & Division Facts Card Game, Gr. 3-5

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Multiplying Fractions Card Game, Gr. 5-8

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Number Balance Activity Set

$19.99

The Number Balance Activity Set is an excellent hands-on equivalence tool to show children number relationships and number operations. Display a variety of concepts such as greater than, less than, equal to, and basic operation skills. Number Balance may be used to teach addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, as well as gain insight to abstract number and operations concepts, algebraic equations and more. As kids become familiar with basic number concepts, the number balance may be used to learn about addition and particularly about the commutative property of addition, that is 6 = 4 + 2 and 2 + 4 = 6. Links to equations such as 2 + 2 + 1 + 1 = 4 + 2 may be made. The ideas of greater than and less than may be explained using a number balance. Subtraction, multiplication and division may all be explained using a number balance. Later early algebra concepts may be introduced. Set includes 10 double-sided colorful activity cards. Balance measures 14" long and 5" high. 20 equivalent weights included.

ONE!: The Fraction Solution Card Game

$7.99

Players match equivalent fractions or find sums of “ONE”. Included are halves, thirds, fourths, sixths, and eighths. Each card pictures a fraction, gives the number word, and shows its corresponding numeral.

Operation Integer

$23.99

Develops competence in adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing integers, the foundation for success in algebra! Flexibility allows practice with any one of the basic operations or all four in combination! Players earn points for correct answers; the first with 30 points wins. Four activity masters offer patterns and a number line model to guide players in discovering and understanding the rules of signs. 2-4 players.

Pattern Block Cards

$14.99

Two levels of difficulty make these pattern block cards perfect for the beginning or intermediate student. Ideal for matching skill practice and fitting shapes together! Includes 20 durable, double-sided 8.28" x 11.69" cards in a re-closable bag.

Place Value Abacus

$31.99

Join two or three interlocking bases with this Place Value Abacus to create up to nine-digit numbers. Add the appropriate number of abacus beads to match the number. Great for working learning place value. Set contains 3 stands, 9 rods, 81 abacus beads, 9 sets of 0-9 number tiles.

Place Value Card Game, Gr. 1-2

$5.99

I have... Who has...? Is a fun way to get the entire class involved with mental math. To begin playing, each student is dealt a card. One student starts by reading the "I have" statement at the top of their card followed by the "Who has" question. All students study their cards and the student who has the correct answer on the top of their card responds by reading their "I have" followed by the"Who has" question. This continues until the sequence returns to the first player. Record the amount of time it takes the class to complete the activity and challenge the class to complete the activity in less time.

Place Value Decimal Dice, 10 Ct.

$14.99

Set of 10 place value and decimal dice in ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands, millions, tenths, hundredths, and thousandths. Each die is ten-sided so students can generate every possible number between 0.000 and 9,999,999.999.