MathLink Cubes, 10 colors, set of 100

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Item #: 017269
EAN: 765023042856
Grades: PreK-8

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Publisher: Classroom SAFE-T Products
Dimensions: .75" x .75"
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About MathLink Cubes, 10 colors, set of 100

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These are a great math manipulative! My boys love building with them, too. I really like that there are shapes on the sides to make patterns.
August 19, 2018
Purchased
12 months ago
Used Daily in Math!
These are high quality and used daily in our homeschool math time! The perfect math manipultives.
April 20, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Love these
Very easy to snap on and off and kids love to play with them, make patterns, etc
September 1, 2016
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Love these mathlink cubes I recommend them to everyone They snap easily and have a nice texture to them We use them for math at least once a week and almost everytime my kids end up building something with them If I had to pick just one math manipulative these would be it
September 17, 2014
I almost didn't purchase these because another product had better reviews but the other product was not available when I ordered and I am gladThese cubes are easy to link together My daughter (four years old with poor fine motor coordination) had no problem linking them and pulling them apart The feel of the blocks is very satisfying They're solid but not stiff Also each individual block has a shape cut out of each side: triangle square pentagon hexagon This definitely adds value for patterning as well as visual appeal The colors are appealing as wellGlad I bought them!
July 19, 2014
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We are needing some math manipulatives to physically "see" addition and subtraction problems. These look like they will really help us!
Chelsea R on May 10, 2019
They have shapes on the side
Tony S on Nov 7, 2018
We are needing some math manipulatives to physically "see" addition and subtraction problems. These look like they will really help us!
Chelsea R on May 10, 2019
My son is struggling with math and the cubes would help as far as adding or subtracting big numbers.
Itanisha L on Nov 27, 2018
They have shapes on the side
Tony S on Nov 7, 2018
For teaching math concepts.
User on Sep 5, 2018
Love these. Buying another set to be able to make twenty with the same color of rods.
Shali W on Apr 9, 2018
Needed for math instruction
Christy S on Jan 22, 2018
same as above
Joy K on Oct 7, 2017
To help visualize math facts for my elementary kiddos.
User on Sep 5, 2017
School curriculum
Ashley G on Aug 3, 2017
to fit my math series
Nancy K on Apr 20, 2017
they go with building thinking skills book
carol p on Mar 8, 2017
I will be using the cubes in a math games co-op class.
Genevie D on Mar 2, 2017
Need math manipulatives for my son who is entering first grade.
Katherine T on Aug 28, 2016
It was a suggested manipulative for Singapore Math 1A+B. This was our most used manipulative throughout the school year.
Scot M on Aug 20, 2016
Recommended for Singapore math
Anthony M on Aug 4, 2016
This was the least expensive set of linking cubes I could find.
Andrea F on Aug 1, 2016
I saw them being used at a charter school with kindergarteners
Jennie W on May 18, 2016
good reviews.
rebecca k on Jan 21, 2016
My (older) kids love to build with these - all math aside!
Denise C on Nov 2, 2015
My son is struggling with math and the cubes would help as far as adding or subtracting big numbers.
Itanisha L on Nov 27, 2018
For teaching math concepts.
User on Sep 5, 2018
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