Base Ten Place Value Frame

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Item #: 036564
EAN: 706406115255
Grades: K-2

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Publisher: Didax

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great manipulative but...
The blue foam frame seems fairly sturdy. The value plastic base ten kit works well with the frame. My kids can easily place the blocks in the frame in the hundreds and tens columns. The unit/ones column channel is cut too narrowly to accommodate unit blocks easily. That's super frustrating for my younger children (who are the target age range for this product). In addition, I wish that three of each numeral were provided in the white number blocks. Only the number 1 has three blocks provided. The 6s and 9s are interchangeable, which is nice for general use, but it's frustrating for my dyscalcic student who is using these blocks for remedial use. Overall, a great budget choice, and I'm happy to have purchased the materials.
March 25, 2016
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Rainbow Resource Center Store
To give my special ed students hands-on practice of place value manipulatives
Rebecca H on Mar 11, 2018
To help my children understand math with manipulatives.
Paula S on Feb 25, 2017
To give my special ed students hands-on practice of place value manipulatives
Rebecca H on Mar 11, 2018
To help assist my child with kindergarten curriculum.
Ericka S on Sep 26, 2017
To help my children understand math with manipulatives.
Paula S on Feb 25, 2017
To help my daughter visualize place value
Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
manipulatives to help with math
Reulonda W on Sep 19, 2016
Great way to show place value, re-grouping, and base 10 principles in Singapore Math (or any math program for that matter). They are also on a 1cm scale so will match up with cuisenaire rods beautifully.
Kenneth G on Sep 13, 2016
It was a suggested manipulative for Singapore Math 2A
Scot M on Aug 20, 2016
to supplement our singapore math
Lori L on Jul 15, 2016
I love how this holds and organizes the place value cubes instead of having all the pieces sliding when making a number. Great for modeling and then having students do it. I bought 7 sets (1 for me and up to 6 students in a group at a time).
Michelle M on Jul 6, 2016
to help my 2nd grader with her math. homeschool curriculum suggests using counters, etc and I called to ask about those, and gal I talked with suggested the frame would be helpful
Jennifer M on May 27, 2016
needed this in my math supplies box
Andrea on May 17, 2016
for my son math learning
Ahmed A on Jan 31, 2016
I bought this to show my daughter how place value worked and it quickly became a favorite game, not just for her, but for her younger brothers too. The only downside I've found is that now math time can devolve into playtime with the boys putting random numbers of cubes and rods in for their sister to figure out.
Theresa S on Jan 12, 2016
To assist in teaching my second grade daughter addition and subtraction with renaming. We use Primary Mathematics.
Kimberly V on Nov 21, 2015
To help assist my child with kindergarten curriculum.
Ericka S on Sep 26, 2017
To help my daughter visualize place value
Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
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    great manipulative but...
    The blue foam frame seems fairly sturdy. The value plastic base ten kit works well with the frame. My kids can easily place the blocks in the frame in the hundreds and tens columns. The unit/ones column channel is cut too narrowly to accommodate unit blocks easily. That's super frustrating for my younger children (who are the target age range for this product). In addition, I wish that three of each numeral were provided in the white number blocks. Only the number 1 has three blocks provided. The 6s and 9s are interchangeable, which is nice for general use, but it's frustrating for my dyscalcic student who is using these blocks for remedial use. Overall, a great budget choice, and I'm happy to have purchased the materials.
    March 25, 2016
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    Browse 1 question Browse 1 question and 14 answers
    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    To give my special ed students hands-on practice of place value manipulatives
    Rebecca H on Mar 11, 2018
    To help my children understand math with manipulatives.
    Paula S on Feb 25, 2017
    To give my special ed students hands-on practice of place value manipulatives
    Rebecca H on Mar 11, 2018
    To help assist my child with kindergarten curriculum.
    Ericka S on Sep 26, 2017
    To help my children understand math with manipulatives.
    Paula S on Feb 25, 2017
    To help my daughter visualize place value
    Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
    manipulatives to help with math
    Reulonda W on Sep 19, 2016
    Great way to show place value, re-grouping, and base 10 principles in Singapore Math (or any math program for that matter). They are also on a 1cm scale so will match up with cuisenaire rods beautifully.
    Kenneth G on Sep 13, 2016
    It was a suggested manipulative for Singapore Math 2A
    Scot M on Aug 20, 2016
    to supplement our singapore math
    Lori L on Jul 15, 2016
    I love how this holds and organizes the place value cubes instead of having all the pieces sliding when making a number. Great for modeling and then having students do it. I bought 7 sets (1 for me and up to 6 students in a group at a time).
    Michelle M on Jul 6, 2016
    to help my 2nd grader with her math. homeschool curriculum suggests using counters, etc and I called to ask about those, and gal I talked with suggested the frame would be helpful
    Jennifer M on May 27, 2016
    needed this in my math supplies box
    Andrea on May 17, 2016
    for my son math learning
    Ahmed A on Jan 31, 2016
    I bought this to show my daughter how place value worked and it quickly became a favorite game, not just for her, but for her younger brothers too. The only downside I've found is that now math time can devolve into playtime with the boys putting random numbers of cubes and rods in for their sister to figure out.
    Theresa S on Jan 12, 2016
    To assist in teaching my second grade daughter addition and subtraction with renaming. We use Primary Mathematics.
    Kimberly V on Nov 21, 2015
    To help assist my child with kindergarten curriculum.
    Ericka S on Sep 26, 2017
    To help my daughter visualize place value
    Maria S on Dec 10, 2016
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