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BASIC GAMES, BOOK B

36 games to drill and practice the basic multiplication and division facts; ideal for centers for independent task time

\$15.00

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EARLY COMMUNICATING WITH TILES

45 activities with listing all ten tiles by hearing and speaking the language of mathematics and 45 tile placement activities for individual or partner pursuit; ideal for starters

\$15.00

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FIND THE X TILE

100 activities discovering the value of x by listening to mathematical vocabulary clues & eliminating numbers until only one single-digit number remains; ideal for starters

\$15.00

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90 cooperative problem solving activites for groups of 4 involving reading clues, sharing information, building numbers, and agreeing on a number which meets everyone's criteria

\$15.00

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MONEY LOGIC

100 reasoning activities involving the alignment of United States valued coins; ideal for starters or centers for independent task time

\$15.00

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PLACE VALUE ALONE & TOGETHER

50 activities for an individual, and 50 activities to be done cooperatively with a partner to build 3-digit or 4-digit numbers which meet the specified criteria; ideal for starters or centers for independent task time

\$15.00

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100 open ended situations for students to write what is known and what might be true; ideal for starters

\$15.00

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THINK-N-TOUCH: HANDLES FOR PROBLEM SOLVING

180 daily manipulative problems with tiles, coins, toothpicks, and pretzels, plus 36 tangram tasks to form digits and letters of the alphabet; ideal for stumpers and tangram centers for independent task time

\$15.00

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WEIGHT LOGIC

60 relationship thinking activities for finding individual weight values when total weights are given; if...then...reasoning activities to encourage explanations of thinking; ideal for starters

\$15.00

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WEIGHT WAYS

54 activities with addition of single-digit numbers to find all possible balances for a specified sum or to create all possible combinations to meet the given criteria; ideal for starters

\$15.00

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WHAT IS THE VALUE? VARIABLES FOR THE YOUNG

90 activities finding possible values for two different "coins" when a total is given; basic addition combined with trial and error problem solving strategy and algebraic replacement of numbers for symbols; t-table recommended for organized listing of all of the possibilities; ideal for starters

\$15.00