Color Tiles  Plastic 1"  Set of 100
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Item #: 018746
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Publisher:EdX Education
Product Description
1" square plastic tiles in four bright colors (red, blue, green & yellow). Set of 100 (25 of each color).
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Color tiles
I didn't find this manipulative useful. Hardly ever use them. My son plays with them along with teddy bear counters (borrowed from a friend and much more useful)!
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Perfect for Saxon 2
These work perfectly for what we need for Saxon 2!
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
We need these for Rightstart Math.
User
on Nov 6, 2017
Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.
Chrystal B
on Sep 3, 2017
*sigh* do I really need one more math manipulative....darn it yes, these are great for patterns and sometimes I'm out of m&ms
Jonelle S
on Aug 11, 2017
needed them for Right Start Math A
Angela H
on Jun 27, 2017
Better deal
Susan R
on Sep 4, 2016
For math
Bethel C
on Jul 9, 2016
I have many items on the manipulatives list. I needed this and one other item.
Regina R
on Apr 27, 2016
These are a fantastic manipulative for teaching multiplication and division. I use them for games, for concrete examples and as the geometric model of multiplicationthe array. I think this is the best resource for demonstrating the commutative property and distributive property of multiplication.
Susan K
on Feb 29, 2016
for use with Saxon math
Naomi E
on Dec 2, 2015
We need these for Rightstart Math.
User
on Nov 6, 2017
We write things on the tiles and use them as a manupulative. They feel much nicer than cheap alphabet tiles, and cheaper too. (Scrabble cubes are great too.)
Sandra W
on Oct 26, 2017
Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.
Chrystal B
on Sep 3, 2017
These are very useful math manipulatives. I use them for handson graphing, hundreds board activities (identifying one more, one less, ten more, ten less), acting out word problems as counters, measuring (they are exactly 1" square), using them on a balance to weigh, addition and subtraction counters, and with older students, perimeter and area.
Shannon C
on Aug 22, 2017
*sigh* do I really need one more math manipulative....darn it yes, these are great for patterns and sometimes I'm out of m&ms
Jonelle S
on Aug 11, 2017
I used them to make letter tiles for reading tutoring.
Aaron B
on Jul 7, 2017
needed them for Right Start Math A
Angela H
on Jun 27, 2017
to go with Saxon Math
User
on Nov 29, 2016
Better deal
Susan R
on Sep 4, 2016
Recommended on one of my favorite blogs.
Tomika B
on Jul 21, 2016
For math
Bethel C
on Jul 9, 2016
I am going to use these as counters as well as for making patterns.
Jennifer P
on Jul 4, 2016
I have many items on the manipulatives list. I needed this and one other item.
Regina R
on Apr 27, 2016
great kinder manipulative for working with number sense
Antonia R
on Apr 26, 2016
These are a fantastic manipulative for teaching multiplication and division. I use them for games, for concrete examples and as the geometric model of multiplicationthe array. I think this is the best resource for demonstrating the commutative property and distributive property of multiplication.
Susan K
on Feb 29, 2016
We work a lot with numbers in math and we tend to overlook the power of making patterns and using them to reason, the tiles are an attractive and indispensable tool to set the balance between numerical and patterning right
Anneke S
on Jan 10, 2016
for use with Saxon math
Naomi E
on Dec 2, 2015
Bought these for Rightstart Math!
Janelle F
on Sep 25, 2015
We write things on the tiles and use them as a manupulative. They feel much nicer than cheap alphabet tiles, and cheaper too. (Scrabble cubes are great too.)
Sandra W
on Oct 26, 2017
These are very useful math manipulatives. I use them for handson graphing, hundreds board activities (identifying one more, one less, ten more, ten less), acting out word problems as counters, measuring (they are exactly 1" square), using them on a balance to weigh, addition and subtraction counters, and with older students, perimeter and area.
Shannon C
on Aug 22, 2017
I used them to make letter tiles for reading tutoring.
Aaron B
on Jul 7, 2017
to go with Saxon Math
User
on Nov 29, 2016
Recommended on one of my favorite blogs.
Tomika B
on Jul 21, 2016
I am going to use these as counters as well as for making patterns.
Jennifer P
on Jul 4, 2016
great kinder manipulative for working with number sense
Antonia R
on Apr 26, 2016
We work a lot with numbers in math and we tend to overlook the power of making patterns and using them to reason, the tiles are an attractive and indispensable tool to set the balance between numerical and patterning right
Anneke S
on Jan 10, 2016
Bought these for Rightstart Math!
Janelle F
on Sep 25, 2015

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Show More1" square plastic tiles in four bright colors (red, blue, green & yellow). Set of 100 (25 of each color).

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3.5 / 5.02 Reviews5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Star10010Color tilesI didn't find this manipulative useful. Hardly ever use them. My son plays with them along with teddy bear counters (borrowed from a friend and much more useful)! Was this review helpful? Yes (1) No (0)
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Perfect for Saxon 2These work perfectly for what we need for Saxon 2! Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Do not include HTML, links, references to other stores, pricing or contact info.My question is about:If your question is about more than one item, click + to add them.Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 18 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreWe need these for Rightstart Math.User on Nov 6, 2017Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.Chrystal B on Sep 3, 2017*sigh* do I really need one more math manipulative....darn it yes, these are great for patterns and sometimes I'm out of m&msJonelle S on Aug 11, 2017needed them for Right Start Math AAngela H on Jun 27, 2017Better dealSusan R on Sep 4, 2016For mathBethel C on Jul 9, 2016I have many items on the manipulatives list. I needed this and one other item.Regina R on Apr 27, 2016These are a fantastic manipulative for teaching multiplication and division. I use them for games, for concrete examples and as the geometric model of multiplicationthe array. I think this is the best resource for demonstrating the commutative property and distributive property of multiplication.Susan K on Feb 29, 2016for use with Saxon mathNaomi E on Dec 2, 2015We need these for Rightstart Math.User on Nov 6, 2017We write things on the tiles and use them as a manupulative. They feel much nicer than cheap alphabet tiles, and cheaper too. (Scrabble cubes are great too.)Sandra W on Oct 26, 2017Saxon Math K3, building my own manipulatives kit for homeschooling.Chrystal B on Sep 3, 2017These are very useful math manipulatives. I use them for handson graphing, hundreds board activities (identifying one more, one less, ten more, ten less), acting out word problems as counters, measuring (they are exactly 1" square), using them on a balance to weigh, addition and subtraction counters, and with older students, perimeter and area.Shannon C on Aug 22, 2017*sigh* do I really need one more math manipulative....darn it yes, these are great for patterns and sometimes I'm out of m&msJonelle S on Aug 11, 2017I used them to make letter tiles for reading tutoring.Aaron B on Jul 7, 2017needed them for Right Start Math AAngela H on Jun 27, 2017to go with Saxon MathUser on Nov 29, 2016Better dealSusan R on Sep 4, 2016Recommended on one of my favorite blogs.Tomika B on Jul 21, 2016For mathBethel C on Jul 9, 2016I am going to use these as counters as well as for making patterns.Jennifer P on Jul 4, 2016I have many items on the manipulatives list. I needed this and one other item.Regina R on Apr 27, 2016great kinder manipulative for working with number senseAntonia R on Apr 26, 2016These are a fantastic manipulative for teaching multiplication and division. I use them for games, for concrete examples and as the geometric model of multiplicationthe array. I think this is the best resource for demonstrating the commutative property and distributive property of multiplication.Susan K on Feb 29, 2016We work a lot with numbers in math and we tend to overlook the power of making patterns and using them to reason, the tiles are an attractive and indispensable tool to set the balance between numerical and patterning rightAnneke S on Jan 10, 2016for use with Saxon mathNaomi E on Dec 2, 2015Bought these for Rightstart Math!Janelle F on Sep 25, 2015We write things on the tiles and use them as a manupulative. They feel much nicer than cheap alphabet tiles, and cheaper too. (Scrabble cubes are great too.)Sandra W on Oct 26, 2017These are very useful math manipulatives. I use them for handson graphing, hundreds board activities (identifying one more, one less, ten more, ten less), acting out word problems as counters, measuring (they are exactly 1" square), using them on a balance to weigh, addition and subtraction counters, and with older students, perimeter and area.Shannon C on Aug 22, 2017I used them to make letter tiles for reading tutoring.Aaron B on Jul 7, 2017to go with Saxon MathUser on Nov 29, 2016Recommended on one of my favorite blogs.Tomika B on Jul 21, 2016I am going to use these as counters as well as for making patterns.Jennifer P on Jul 4, 2016great kinder manipulative for working with number senseAntonia R on Apr 26, 2016We work a lot with numbers in math and we tend to overlook the power of making patterns and using them to reason, the tiles are an attractive and indispensable tool to set the balance between numerical and patterning rightAnneke S on Jan 10, 2016Bought these for Rightstart Math!Janelle F on Sep 25, 2015

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