K - 2

### COUNT & PLACE: SIDES & SHAPES

36 placement starting activities with a circle, a square, and a triangle, plus 40 independent task time activities using specified pattern blocks to build polygons with a particular number of sides; ideal for starters and centers for independent task time

\$15.00

K - 3

### CRAYON LOGIC

80 activities for an introduction to if...then... reasoning by finding the proper placement for colors with numbers; 20 activities with 3 colors, 20 activities with 4 colors, 20 activities with 5 colors, and 20 activities with 6 colors; ideal for starters

\$15.00

3 - 7

### GEOMETRY LINE UP & BE ACCOUNTED FOR

40 activities for placement of the 6 traditional pattern blocks using geometric vocabulary and logical thinking; included are 2 sets of 20 tasks; ideal for starters or centers for independent task time

\$15.00

4 - 8

### LINKING LOGIC & GEOMETRY

72 cooperative problem solving activities utilizing traditional pattern block shapes, geometric concepts/vocabulary and logical reasoning skills

\$15.00

K - 2

### LOOK & LIST

100 activities for forming a list of tiles numbered 0 through 9 from visualizations: legs, dots, marbles, and sides of geometric shapes; ideal for starters

\$15.00

K - 3

### LOOK AND SHOW YOUR THINKING

100 activities involving visualizations of magnetic marbles, magnetic disks, geometric shapes, animals, and coins to help develop number sense; ideal for starters

\$15.00

3 - 8

### PATTERN BLOCK DESIGNS: RELATIONSHIP THINKING

20 tasks for building congruent pattern block designs for whole number values and 20 tasks for building congruent pattern block designs for common fractions; ideal for centers for independent task time

\$15.00

K - 2

### SEEING AND SHOWING

50 activities for estimation and counting using magnetic disks, tangrams, buttons, pattern blocks and attribute blocks; ideal for starters

\$15.00

K - 3

### SHAPES & LOGIC: YOUNG GEOMETRY

activities where students follow clues to find the placement of a triangle, a square, a rhombus, a trapezoid, and a hexagon for covering a given area with minimum, maximum, and specfic number of blocks and colors; ideal for starters and centers for independent task time

\$15.00

3 - 7

### TWO FOR PATTERN BLOCKS

cooperative partner activities involving geometric vocabulary and concepts utilizing traditional pattern block polygons; ideal for centers for independent task time

\$15.00