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Time Tiles

Time Tiles

# 075354

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Item #: 075354
Grades: 1-4

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Choking Hazard
  • Small parts Not for children under 3 yrs.

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Publisher Description:

Time tiles help students investigate fractions of time and elapsed time. Made of thick plastic with the fraction of an hour printed on one side and the equivalent number of minutes on the other. 38 pieces. Grades 1+

Category Description for Time Tiles:

A great way to teach young students the concept of time, the importance of scheduling, time management, and a bit about fractions. Each of the plastic tiles are sized according to how much time they take. For instance, two 10-minute tiles, one 30-minute tile, and two 5-minute tiles can fit in the same amount of space as one 60-minute tile. The front sides of the tiles show the number of minutes, while the back of the tile shows the fraction of hour used. A 5-minute tile has 1/12 of an hour, while a 30-minute tile has 1/2 of an hour. These time tiles fit perfectly into the Time Tile Mats. The mats are dry-erase marker friendly, and each include a 12-hour period with the hours broken into 12 (5 minute)) sections. Included with the mat is an illustrated instruction manual on how to use the tiles and mats together. The laminated mat set includes 2 trifold mats, 32.5” x 10.2” each. ~ Brianna


Category Description for Time - Manipulatives & Activities:

Please see our "Home School Helps -> School Supplies -> Timers, Stopwatches, and Watches" for more clocks and timers.




Primary Subject
Mathematics
Grade Start
1
Grade End
4
EAN
678131912402
Format
Other
Brand Name
SI Manufacturing
Weight
0.4 (lbs.)
Dimensions
7.75" x 5.5" x 1.5"
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My homeschool student learns much better with manipulatives to help visualize what is otherwise an abstract idea.
Lori C on May 2, 2021
My homeschool student learns much better with manipulatives to help visualize what is otherwise an abstract idea.
Lori C on May 2, 2021
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