Base Ten Place Value Set (multi-colored)

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Item #: 010882
EAN: 735063022118
Grades: PreK-6

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Publisher: EdX Education
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About Base Ten Place Value Set (multi-colored)

Category Description for Base Ten Block Sets, Flats, Rods, and Cubes

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Great!
Great quality, no issues here.
March 15, 2019
Good
Just what I expected!
September 9, 2018
Purchased
11 months ago
Good Quality
I am very pleased with this product. The colors are great, the weight feels right, and I received the set exactly as described. This set has been invaluable while teaching my son numerous math concepts.
June 22, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
perfect manipulatives
the perfect set for my homeschool!
October 1, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
These are great!
I ordered these to help my daughter visualize her math. She gets it!! They're small, but I like it because they fit on my place value charts. :)
April 14, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
very helpful!
I have found this basic set to be all I need for my kiddos. The amount of blocks is plenty. This manipulative was SO useful and needed in helping my 7 y.o. understand regrouping with math problems. Makes math very hands-on and understandable.
March 30, 2016
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Great!
I have really enjoyed using these with my son. We use the Singapore method and these have come in real handy when teaching lessons. If your kids are more visual these are great!!
November 3, 2015
Purchased
over 3 years ago
I bought these for my 7 year old to help with learning place values She was so excited to do Math and she loved them! There is so much we can do with them and that's all she has wanted to play with today! I will be ordering a few more of the Thousands Cubes We love these!
February 17, 2015
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Homeschool CoOP
Katrina L on Jun 6, 2019
Needed for singapore math
Talia S on Nov 6, 2018
Homeschool CoOP
Katrina L on Jun 6, 2019
teach young kid math concept
Yu Ling L on Feb 18, 2019
Needed for singapore math
Talia S on Nov 6, 2018
My daughter said they were the best..
Karl D on Sep 21, 2018
To go along with the Base Ten Place Value frame and teach my children a physical side to math to make understanding math simpler.
User on Sep 14, 2018
for math curriculum
Carole R on Sep 11, 2018
My class needed this resources and as a teacher paying for many of my own supplies, the price was a determining factor
Christine T on Aug 8, 2018
I thought the shipping was free.
Lynne M on Aug 8, 2018
Homeschooling.
Derek R on Jul 29, 2018
Building Manipulative Resources for Classroom - Best price online
Dennis J on Jul 27, 2018
I purchased 2 awhile ago and really like them but my son needs help with 3 and 4 digit math... I hope 10 sets is enough.
Piper S on Jul 27, 2018
This is a very valuable tool in helping kids learn basic math concepts.
Christina P on Jul 14, 2018
The different colors may help my daughter with dysgraphia, visually see the difference between ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands.
Ellen H on Jul 7, 2018
My 2nd grade grandson needs tactile models to increase his understanding of math skills. These manipulatives should help his comprehension. I have used them before in my classrooms and know they are valuable.
Judy C on Jun 24, 2018
It's for my child.
Mohamed A on Apr 12, 2018
Economical
Diana H on Apr 5, 2018
To give my special ed students hands-on practice of place value manipulatives
Rebecca H on Mar 11, 2018
Seems to be a good starter set for place value practice.
Peleaulani on Feb 16, 2018
Homeschool resource
Megan H on Feb 11, 2018
To help assist my child with kindergarten curriculum.
Ericka S on Sep 26, 2017
To teach math skills
Sue R on Sep 14, 2017
For hands on learning in math.
Wayne M on Sep 13, 2017
I needed a base ten set and this one seemed like the best deal and easiest to use.
Heather P on Sep 13, 2017
Needed for Math Mammoth, best price
Lynette C on Aug 17, 2017
I've been wishing for a set all year. The price was good on this set.
Tiffany N on Jun 3, 2017
Our daughter has dyscalculia and needs manipulatives to help her do basic math.
Meghan P on Mar 1, 2017
Hands on Math supplement...good price and hard plastic. Didn't want foam.
User on Jan 6, 2017
Assist in understanding place value
Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
was told an excellent way to help your child learn math.
Adrienne J on Nov 18, 2016
Singapore math
KISHORE K on Nov 4, 2016
manipulatives to help with math
Reulonda W on Sep 19, 2016
I have been wanting some of these for math and this set was reasonably priced and seemed to be adequate for what we do.
Samantha H on Aug 22, 2016
need in my math set
Andrea on May 17, 2016
It's like the one we have that is worn out from years of use and we just needed to replace it.
Thomas R on Apr 25, 2016
kids learning place value, have a very hands-on learner too
Shawna H on Feb 25, 2016
this was chosen as a manipulative to supplement Singapore math instruction.
Alyssa G on Feb 10, 2016
For remedial work in basic math with grandchild with learning disabilities.
Martha W J on Nov 14, 2015
It was the most inexpensive base ten set and my son liked the multi-colored blocks.
Rebecca I on Oct 28, 2015
To use with Singapore Math.
Tara H on Oct 28, 2015
teach young kid math concept
Yu Ling L on Feb 18, 2019
My daughter said they were the best..
Karl D on Sep 21, 2018
Can this set be used for Math u See? Does it matter if they are different colors than the curriculum uses?
A shopper on Jul 29, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It’s not enough pieces for Math U See. I tried to use this in stead of spending the money on the set sold with the curriculum but as the children progress you really need the specific pieces. The color is also important.
Are the pieces in this set interlocking?
User on Aug 16, 2016
BEST ANSWER: No, they are not. The yellow are single units - ones. The green are tens. The blue are hundreds and the red block is 1,000. My husband didn't like that there were only 10 green blocks, but I thought it was perfect to show that if you use up all ten, you have to move onto the hundreds place value. These are small in the hand, not interlocking, but we used them with our singapore math curriculum for Grade 2 and expect to use them again in Grade 3. We also have snap cubes, which are interlocking, and use them more, I'd say.
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