Unifix® Large Magnets

Item: 155185

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Oversized Unifix Magnets are Great For Demonstrations when teaching with Unifix Cubes

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Standards Spotlight:
Understand place value; work with numbers 11–19 to gain foundations for place value.
Grade Level:
Grades: K-4
  • 100 magnets, 10 each standard color
    Size: 2" square each

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Reviewed by 4 Customers
5 Stars

Great visual and hands on

I use these magnetic unifix cubes when my Kindergartners are learning about patterns. I can place them on my chalkboard and they can see what I am showing them. It is also great for teaching addition & subtraction for whole group lessons.
By BonnieK from , VA
5 Stars

Love these!!

I have not experienced the same problems described here. They work perfect on my white board. Other teachers have begged me to know where I got them.
By Mrs. A from , TE
About Me: Educator
1 Star

I would not purchase this item again

I wanted to use this product in my classroom for a multitude of math related activities, but this product would not stay on my magnetic board.
By Kindergarten Teacher from Greeneville, TN
About Me: Educator
2 Stars


I was surprised when I received this product. I guess I should have looked at the pictures a little closer because I thought these cubes were 3-D. That being said, they will be useful for counting, shorter, longer, and colors. Just be sure you realize these are flat magnets, not 3-D like a typical unifix cube as shown in one of the pictures.
By Kel from Knoxville, TN
About Me: Educator