Cuisenaire Rods Small Group Set  155 Wooden Rods
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Item #: 008265
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Learning Resources
Category Description for No Frills Rods
These sets each contain 155 rods contained in a bucket. Use with Miquon Math Labs materials or any of the other activity books/kits available. Also good for supplementing your rod supply if you have several children using rods at the same time.
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Love this manipulative
We have used many manipulatives including household items but the ability to use these as something other than counting by "1's" is fantastic. Necessary for the Miquon series and have also found them useful for counting by 2's, 5's, even keeping score in games. Quality is nice and a fair quantity for the 2 children I have using them.
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Very helpful!
We use the Cuisenaire rods and Miquon Math as a supplement to CLE math. My 6 yr DD loves it. It makes math time fun! It has been less than a month since we started using them and she is already showing improvements in her understanding of math concepts.
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Quality Purchase
Bought to use with Miquon Math, and so far so good! Well made, sturdy, quality purchase overall.
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
This is the best price I have seen for Cuisenaire rods, on any website, including used sets.
Jessica K
on Mar 10, 2018
It was recommended in John Holt's book, "How Children Fail".
Johanna S
on Jan 16, 2018
I chose two sets of the Cuisenaire Rods Small Group Set based off the recommendation of the Miquon Math Curriculum.
Alicia G
on Dec 16, 2017
Because they're cuisenaire rods. They came to mind when my kindergarten protege and I got involved in a subtraction game at an event the library. I'd like to help her move beyond counting problems out one item at a time. I chose the larger set because I have more than one child to play with.
Robert A. L
on Nov 23, 2017
To go along with the Miquon Math program
Joanne D
on Oct 26, 2017
To teach Silent Way French
Heidi S
on Aug 24, 2017
We will be using this with the Miquon Math books we are using this year.
User
on Jul 10, 2017
I watched the Miquon Math video and was sold! I have 6 kids so I figured I would need a lot of these :)
Kelsey H
on May 5, 2017
I bought these to go with the Miquon curriculum.
Nadeen C
on Mar 11, 2017
Read Amazon reviews that they were pretty good quality. And I like wood over plastic.
Jonni M
on Aug 11, 2016
This was the best price for wooden rods I could find anywhere.
Kelly Y
on May 15, 2016
A friend of mine used these with her kids and loved them. I thought the Miquon math would help me know what to do with them.
Julia B
on Nov 18, 2015
To go with the Miquon Math Books.
Eva J
on Oct 5, 2015
This is the best price I have seen for Cuisenaire rods, on any website, including used sets.
Jessica K
on Mar 10, 2018
I find the math book we are currently using inadequate. This series came highly recommended by a fellow homeschooling mother.
Mary O
on Jan 18, 2018
It was recommended in John Holt's book, "How Children Fail".
Johanna S
on Jan 16, 2018
Cuisenaire rods go with Miquon Books.
Caroline B
on Jan 14, 2018
I chose two sets of the Cuisenaire Rods Small Group Set based off the recommendation of the Miquon Math Curriculum.
Alicia G
on Dec 16, 2017
Homeschool math
Patricia M
on Dec 10, 2017
Because they're cuisenaire rods. They came to mind when my kindergarten protege and I got involved in a subtraction game at an event the library. I'd like to help her move beyond counting problems out one item at a time. I chose the larger set because I have more than one child to play with.
Robert A. L
on Nov 23, 2017
For Miquon math, and because they are wooden.
Christina D
on Nov 16, 2017
To go along with the Miquon Math program
Joanne D
on Oct 26, 2017
Needed to replenish my stock of rods and make sure to have enough on hand for a small group of students.
Dorothy N
on Aug 30, 2017
To teach Silent Way French
Heidi S
on Aug 24, 2017
accompany miquon series and these are great so far
User
on Aug 11, 2017
We will be using this with the Miquon Math books we are using this year.
User
on Jul 10, 2017
for math work
callie n
on Jul 10, 2017
I watched the Miquon Math video and was sold! I have 6 kids so I figured I would need a lot of these :)
Kelsey H
on May 5, 2017
They are used with our chosen math, and wood is the only way to go.
Alyssia T
on Mar 30, 2017
I bought these to go with the Miquon curriculum.
Nadeen C
on Mar 11, 2017
I am a teacher and use these manipulatives successfully with students who need more practice.
Lynne N
on Dec 3, 2016
Read Amazon reviews that they were pretty good quality. And I like wood over plastic.
Jonni M
on Aug 11, 2016
For use with Miquon Math program.
Susan F
on May 28, 2016
This was the best price for wooden rods I could find anywhere.
Kelly Y
on May 15, 2016
I chose this product to go with the Miquon math system.
Amy G
on Apr 25, 2016
A friend of mine used these with her kids and loved them. I thought the Miquon math would help me know what to do with them.
Julia B
on Nov 18, 2015
My son wanted a more hands on approach to math. I personally love the program we have, which is Singapore math. but I bought this because some of the concepts are not sticking and this approach is hands on and will allow him to think outside of the box for math. So far we have zipped through level 1 and 2 and are on our way to level 3. This is an extremely challenging math program.
Judy W
on Oct 26, 2015
To go with the Miquon Math Books.
Eva J
on Oct 5, 2015
To complement our purchase of Miquon Math.
Catriona C
on Oct 1, 2015
I find the math book we are currently using inadequate. This series came highly recommended by a fellow homeschooling mother.
Mary O
on Jan 18, 2018
Cuisenaire rods go with Miquon Books.
Caroline B
on Jan 14, 2018
Homeschool math
Patricia M
on Dec 10, 2017
For Miquon math, and because they are wooden.
Christina D
on Nov 16, 2017
Needed to replenish my stock of rods and make sure to have enough on hand for a small group of students.
Dorothy N
on Aug 30, 2017
accompany miquon series and these are great so far
User
on Aug 11, 2017
for math work
callie n
on Jul 10, 2017
They are used with our chosen math, and wood is the only way to go.
Alyssia T
on Mar 30, 2017
I am a teacher and use these manipulatives successfully with students who need more practice.
Lynne N
on Dec 3, 2016
For use with Miquon Math program.
Susan F
on May 28, 2016
I chose this product to go with the Miquon math system.
Amy G
on Apr 25, 2016
My son wanted a more hands on approach to math. I personally love the program we have, which is Singapore math. but I bought this because some of the concepts are not sticking and this approach is hands on and will allow him to think outside of the box for math. So far we have zipped through level 1 and 2 and are on our way to level 3. This is an extremely challenging math program.
Judy W
on Oct 26, 2015
To complement our purchase of Miquon Math.
Catriona C
on Oct 1, 2015
Are these wood or plastic?
A shopper
on Mar 8, 2018
BEST ANSWER: They are wooden. High quality  we literally use them every day and love them!
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 Cheri E on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are wooden. High quality  we literally use them every day and love them!
 Reply
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 Cheri E on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 25, 2016
These blocks are a durable high quality wood.
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 Holly M on Mar 9, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 29, 2016
They are some sort of lightweight wood
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 Sarah M on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 29, 2016
wood...description says wood too
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 Jonni M on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Aug 11, 2016
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Description
Category Description for No Frills Rods
These sets each contain 155 rods contained in a bucket. Use with Miquon Math Labs materials or any of the other activity books/kits available. Also good for supplementing your rod supply if you have several children using rods at the same time.

Reviews
Customer Reviews
5.0 / 5.03 Reviews5 Stars4 Stars3 Stars2 Stars1 Stars30000Love this manipulativeWe have used many manipulatives including household items but the ability to use these as something other than counting by "1's" is fantastic. Necessary for the Miquon series and have also found them useful for counting by 2's, 5's, even keeping score in games. Quality is nice and a fair quantity for the 2 children I have using them. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
 Flag as Inappropriate
 Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
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Very helpful!We use the Cuisenaire rods and Miquon Math as a supplement to CLE math. My 6 yr DD loves it. It makes math time fun! It has been less than a month since we started using them and she is already showing improvements in her understanding of math concepts. Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
 Flag as Inappropriate
 Was this review helpful? Yes (0) No (0)
 Flag as Inappropriate
Quality PurchaseBought to use with Miquon Math, and so far so good! Well made, sturdy, quality purchase overall. 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 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 38 answersWhy did you choose this?Rainbow Resource Center StoreThis is the best price I have seen for Cuisenaire rods, on any website, including used sets.Jessica K on Mar 10, 2018It was recommended in John Holt's book, "How Children Fail".Johanna S on Jan 16, 2018I chose two sets of the Cuisenaire Rods Small Group Set based off the recommendation of the Miquon Math Curriculum.Alicia G on Dec 16, 2017Because they're cuisenaire rods. They came to mind when my kindergarten protege and I got involved in a subtraction game at an event the library. I'd like to help her move beyond counting problems out one item at a time. I chose the larger set because I have more than one child to play with.Robert A. L on Nov 23, 2017To go along with the Miquon Math programJoanne D on Oct 26, 2017To teach Silent Way FrenchHeidi S on Aug 24, 2017We will be using this with the Miquon Math books we are using this year.User on Jul 10, 2017I watched the Miquon Math video and was sold! I have 6 kids so I figured I would need a lot of these :)Kelsey H on May 5, 2017I bought these to go with the Miquon curriculum.Nadeen C on Mar 11, 2017Read Amazon reviews that they were pretty good quality. And I like wood over plastic.Jonni M on Aug 11, 2016This was the best price for wooden rods I could find anywhere.Kelly Y on May 15, 2016A friend of mine used these with her kids and loved them. I thought the Miquon math would help me know what to do with them.Julia B on Nov 18, 2015To go with the Miquon Math Books.Eva J on Oct 5, 2015This is the best price I have seen for Cuisenaire rods, on any website, including used sets.Jessica K on Mar 10, 2018I find the math book we are currently using inadequate. This series came highly recommended by a fellow homeschooling mother.Mary O on Jan 18, 2018It was recommended in John Holt's book, "How Children Fail".Johanna S on Jan 16, 2018Cuisenaire rods go with Miquon Books.Caroline B on Jan 14, 2018I chose two sets of the Cuisenaire Rods Small Group Set based off the recommendation of the Miquon Math Curriculum.Alicia G on Dec 16, 2017Homeschool mathPatricia M on Dec 10, 2017Because they're cuisenaire rods. They came to mind when my kindergarten protege and I got involved in a subtraction game at an event the library. I'd like to help her move beyond counting problems out one item at a time. I chose the larger set because I have more than one child to play with.Robert A. L on Nov 23, 2017For Miquon math, and because they are wooden.Christina D on Nov 16, 2017To go along with the Miquon Math programJoanne D on Oct 26, 2017Needed to replenish my stock of rods and make sure to have enough on hand for a small group of students.Dorothy N on Aug 30, 2017To teach Silent Way FrenchHeidi S on Aug 24, 2017accompany miquon series and these are great so farUser on Aug 11, 2017We will be using this with the Miquon Math books we are using this year.User on Jul 10, 2017for math workcallie n on Jul 10, 2017I watched the Miquon Math video and was sold! I have 6 kids so I figured I would need a lot of these :)Kelsey H on May 5, 2017They are used with our chosen math, and wood is the only way to go.Alyssia T on Mar 30, 2017I bought these to go with the Miquon curriculum.Nadeen C on Mar 11, 2017I am a teacher and use these manipulatives successfully with students who need more practice.Lynne N on Dec 3, 2016Read Amazon reviews that they were pretty good quality. And I like wood over plastic.Jonni M on Aug 11, 2016For use with Miquon Math program.Susan F on May 28, 2016This was the best price for wooden rods I could find anywhere.Kelly Y on May 15, 2016I chose this product to go with the Miquon math system.Amy G on Apr 25, 2016A friend of mine used these with her kids and loved them. I thought the Miquon math would help me know what to do with them.Julia B on Nov 18, 2015My son wanted a more hands on approach to math. I personally love the program we have, which is Singapore math. but I bought this because some of the concepts are not sticking and this approach is hands on and will allow him to think outside of the box for math. So far we have zipped through level 1 and 2 and are on our way to level 3. This is an extremely challenging math program.Judy W on Oct 26, 2015To go with the Miquon Math Books.Eva J on Oct 5, 2015To complement our purchase of Miquon Math.Catriona C on Oct 1, 2015I find the math book we are currently using inadequate. This series came highly recommended by a fellow homeschooling mother.Mary O on Jan 18, 2018Cuisenaire rods go with Miquon Books.Caroline B on Jan 14, 2018Homeschool mathPatricia M on Dec 10, 2017For Miquon math, and because they are wooden.Christina D on Nov 16, 2017Needed to replenish my stock of rods and make sure to have enough on hand for a small group of students.Dorothy N on Aug 30, 2017accompany miquon series and these are great so farUser on Aug 11, 2017for math workcallie n on Jul 10, 2017They are used with our chosen math, and wood is the only way to go.Alyssia T on Mar 30, 2017I am a teacher and use these manipulatives successfully with students who need more practice.Lynne N on Dec 3, 2016For use with Miquon Math program.Susan F on May 28, 2016I chose this product to go with the Miquon math system.Amy G on Apr 25, 2016My son wanted a more hands on approach to math. I personally love the program we have, which is Singapore math. but I bought this because some of the concepts are not sticking and this approach is hands on and will allow him to think outside of the box for math. So far we have zipped through level 1 and 2 and are on our way to level 3. This is an extremely challenging math program.Judy W on Oct 26, 2015To complement our purchase of Miquon Math.Catriona C on Oct 1, 2015Are these wood or plastic?A shopper on Mar 8, 2018BEST ANSWER: They are wooden. High quality  we literally use them every day and love them!
 Reply
 Inaccurate
 Cheri E on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 25, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They are wooden. High quality  we literally use them every day and love them! Reply
 Inaccurate
 Cheri E on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 25, 2016
These blocks are a durable high quality wood. Reply
 Inaccurate
 Holly M on Mar 9, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 29, 2016
They are some sort of lightweight wood Reply
 Inaccurate
 Sarah M on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Jul 29, 2016
wood...description says wood too Reply
 Inaccurate
 Jonni M on Mar 8, 2018
 Purchased on Aug 11, 2016
Vote for the best answer above! 
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