Base Ten

Use these plastic Base Ten manipulatives to engage students in concrete demonstrations of place value and base ten concepts. Great value sets include Teacher Guides and enough pieces for small group or whole class use. Starter Sets feature components for 3-4 students; Class Sets include enough for 20-25 students. Ages 6-12

SMALL PARTS. Not for &#60; 3 yrs. 1 Cube (10x10x10cm)

Starter Set Includes Units, Rods, Flats, one Cube and a 107-page Teaching Book.

P2J 0930

Class Set Includes Units, Rods, Flats, Cubes and a 107-page Teaching Book.

Cuisenaire® Use to reinforce:

Rods SMALL PARTS. Not for &#60; 3 yrs.

• Addition &#38; subtraction • Fractions &#38; decimals • Patterns &#38; algebra • Probability &#38; statistics

• Multiplication &#38; division

• Geometry &#38; measurement

Introductory Sets (in a tray) 74 rods for use with 2-3 students

Classroom Multi-Packs (in six trays) 444 rods for use with 12-18 students

WOODEN RODS

P2J 7501 £11.95

(£14.34 Inc. VAT)

P2J 7503 £62.95

(£75.54 Inc. VAT)

PLASTIC RODS

P2J 7500 £9.95

(£11.94 Inc. VAT)

P2J 7502 £49.95

(£59.94 Inc. VAT)

INTERLOCKING PLASTIC RODS

P2J 7480 £9.95

(£11.94 Inc. VAT)

P2J 7481 £49.95

(£59.94 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6355 £4.50 (£5.40 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6356 £24.95 (£29.94 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6358 £78.95 (£94.74 Inc. VAT)

Cuisenaire®

P2J 0927 £4.50 (£5.40 Inc. VAT)

P2J 0930 P2J 0932 £25.95 (£31.14 Inc. VAT) £89.95 (£107.94 Inc. VAT) Rods

These great value sets include enough colourful rods for small group or whole class use! Rods come in ten different sizes and colours and each colour represents a different rod length that can be assigned a different numeric value or unit of measure. Each set includes rods, convenient storage trays with lids and a Teacher’s Guide. Longest rod measures 10cm. Ages 4+

The name Cuisenaire®

of the rods, cubes and squares are registered trademarks of ETA/Cuisenaire®

and the colour sequence .

Base Ten Use to reinforce:

• Place value • Arithmetic • Decimals

• Fractions • Percents

INTERLOCKING PLASTIC RODS

100 Units (1x1x1cm)

50 Rods (1x1x10cm)

10 Flats (1x10x10cm)

P2J 6352 £2.50 (£3.00 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6353 £8.50 (£10.20 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6354 £8.95 (£10.74 Inc. VAT)

GROOVED PLASTIC RODS

P2J 0924 £3.50 (£4.20 Inc. VAT)

P2J 0925 £8.95 (£10.74 Inc. VAT)

P2J 0926 £9.95 (£11.94 Inc. VAT)

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P2J 7708 Giant Magnetic Demonstration Sets

Model essential number concepts on your whiteboard so the whole class can see. Pair with our block and rods sets (above) for hands-on reinforcement. Label easily with a wet- or dry-erase marker. Base Ten set features real life photography to help students better visualise the 3-D representation of maths concepts. Largest pieces measure 8cm L x 16cm H (Base Ten) and 12cm L x 27cm H (Cuisenaire Rods.) Ages 6+

SMALL PARTS. Not for &#60; 3 yrs.

P2J 6366 Magnetic Base Ten Set of 121 £19.95 (£23.94 Inc. VAT) Rods

P2J 7708 Magnetic Cuisenaire® Set of 64 £12.95 (£15.54 Inc. VAT)

P2J 6366

Numeracy Skills Cuisenaire Rods &#38; Base Ten

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