I used these for everything! I probably had a few thousand of them. They can be game pieces, counters, used to build arrays and equal groups, be used for fractions of a set, area and perimeter.
Time and elapsed time are tough skills! It really helps if students can work with a clock during this unit.
I love to play games in my classroom and so we needs lots of dice!
These are helpful during our geometry/shapes unit!
I use these for everything! They can be game pieces. They can be used for fractions, arrays, equal groups, and so much more!
You can never have too many fraction manipulatives! These ones helps students to see a fraction of a circle and compare fractions.
Fractions are tough and so I stock up on lots of different types of fraction manipulatives. These help students to understand that fractions are part of a whole and to compare fractions. I get a few sets of these for students to use in small groups.
I love to use these for place value, addition and subtraction lessons. They are easy to store!
These are perfect for your place value unit. I think that every math class need them!