Fraction Tower Cube Equivalency Set

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Item #: 018354
EAN: 765023025095
Grades: 1-8

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Publisher: Learning Resources
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This set of fraction/decimal/percent manipulatives is perfect for visualizing these tough math concepts It's so nice to teach with manipulatives that really work like they're supposed to work I like the hard plastic instead of foam or thin magnets so that my little ones can play with them and "learn" fractions too!
February 7, 2007
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This was recommended as a manipulative to use with the Key to Fractions, Decimals and Percents workbooks.
Anne L on Aug 27, 2018
I feel that fractions are better to see and touch than to work with as ideas.
amy s on Mar 2, 2018
This was recommended as a manipulative to use with the Key to Fractions, Decimals and Percents workbooks.
Anne L on Aug 27, 2018
3rd grader loves Legos, these appear similar but educational, I like that the numbers are printed on them. Will use in conjunction with fraction circles and fraction tiles
User on Mar 9, 2018
I feel that fractions are better to see and touch than to work with as ideas.
amy s on Mar 2, 2018
I love this concept! Great way to compare fraction, decimal, and percent forms.
Christina D on Feb 5, 2018
My boys need help with learning about equivalent fractions and reducing fractions.
Jolie F on Mar 30, 2017
My son is learning more complex fractions soon, and I thought a visual would help.
Aimee W on Nov 2, 2016
Looks great - three sets in one
Catherine W on Oct 26, 2016
3rd grader loves Legos, these appear similar but educational, I like that the numbers are printed on them. Will use in conjunction with fraction circles and fraction tiles
User on Mar 9, 2018
I love this concept! Great way to compare fraction, decimal, and percent forms.
Christina D on Feb 5, 2018
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