Numeracy Center-in-a-Bag™ with Rack Kit - Primary

Item: 159095

$ 131.88
Item #:  159095
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Buy This Really Good Numeracy Center™ Kit And Get A FREE Storage Rack (A $24.99 Value!)

We've conveniently organized all our primary-grade Numeracy Centers to make it easy for you to setup a classroom center that supports your math program. Each kit includes Really Good Numeracy Centers-in-a-Bag™ that focus on a variety of math skills, plus a sturdy wire storage rack to keep the hanging bags neat and accessible. It's now easier than ever to differentiate instruction and support independent practice of key math concepts. This kit contains 12 Numeracy Centers.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Make sense of problems and persevere using grade-appropriate mathematical skills to solve them.
Kit includes the following sets:
  • Fraction Dominoes
  • Fishing for Shapes
  • Go-Cart Graphing
  • Greater Than And Less Than Gator Attack
  • Hamster Run Addition
  • Measurement Memory Pond
  • Measurement Tic-Tac-Toe
  • Pattern Ladder
  • Pet Shop Probability
  • Place Value Spin Zone
  • Sandbox Slides, Flips, and Turns
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5 Stars

Easy to play

I use the to help my kids learn while I do guided math. They are easy to learnand easy to play, yet challenging.
By sglinda from , IL
About Me: Midrange Shopper
5 Stars

A lot of Bang for the Buck!

I usually try to reinforce newly taught math skills by playing games. The games are easy to learn. Instruction cards are clear but if used in a center, may not be understood by younger learners or learners with lower reading levels. The games are short which holds student attention longer. The games are best used with a teacher or strong math student in each group since most games do not have self-checking capabilities.
By blueyedbevy from Fulton, NY
About Me: Budget Shopper