Elizabeth Roberts

These math manipulatives look like blocks of various lengths, all of a uniform height/width. Each one means a different number. one block is a square. two is equal to two "ones", and so forth. I don't know about the wooden ones, but the plastic ones we have are all each a different color for each number representation.

We have some of the plastic ones, the kids just use them as building blocks. I think they're good for fine motor skills; they don't seem to use them much right now. Some parents who school will have their children use them to work out math problems, etc. in a visual way.


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