WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Use Students Familiarity With Base-10 Blocks To Demonstrate Regrouping
Introduce students to the concept of regrouping while adding and subtracting numbers up to the thousands place. Program the poster with an addition or subtraction problem, then use magnets modeled after familiar base-10 blocks to show students how to regroup to solve the problem. The write on/wipe off mats and manipulatives offer students a place to write a problem and the 216 thick cardboard manipulative chips help them solve it right on the mat. The mats and chips are color-coordinated and perfect for small group work, independent practice, or learning centers.
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- Non-magnetic poster
- Size: 24" by 19", Write Again wipe-off laminate
- 110 magnets
- Size: 1/2" to 1 1/4"W; 1/2" to 4"H
- Four regrouping mats
- Size: 13" by 12" each, Write Again wipe-off laminate
- 216 manipulative chips
- Size: 1" each
- Really Good Stuff Activity Guide