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1 TTS Number Frames Snap Cubes

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This set of snap cubes, in 10 different colours, incorporates the same colour scheme as our TTS Number Frames series. They can link together on all sides so that pupils can easily build and explore spatial relationships. Cubes feature geometric shapes cut out for more complex patterning activities. Great for counting, sorting, measurement and graphing, they could also be used for number bonds and exploring the inverse relationships between the different operations. Cube size: 2 x 2 x 2cm. Set of 1000 cubes.

MA03161

2 TTS Singapore Colours Snap Cubes

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90 SET OF 93 5

This set of snap cubes, in four different colours, incorporates the same colour scheme as our place value counters. They can link together on all sides so that pupils can easily build and explore spatial relationships. Cubes feature geometric shapes cut out for more complex patterning activities. Great for counting, sorting, measurement and graphing. Cube size: 2 x 2 x 2cm. Set of 1000 cubes.

MA03160

3 Place Value Jigsaws Help children gain a visual understanding of place value with our hands on, tactile jigsaws. Each number is represented as a hundred, ten or one, and shows the number separated by a wavy line to identify the actual value. Children can build up three digit numbers and clearly see what the value for each number is, then they simply flip it over to see the number represented as you would see it written in an everyday format. Children then develop the relationship between how many 100s, 10s and 1s are in any three digit number and can see if they place the wrong value in the wrong place. The set contains 27pieces, 9 of each colour. 100s are in blue, 10s in green and ones in yellow. Made from 8mm EVA foam.

MA02912

4 NEW Silicone Bar Model This must have bar model resource is now available in silicone. Help children to develop a conceptual understanding of maths structures with these tough, colourful and wipe able bar model pieces. Contains 90 pieces. Age: 3-11. 3pk.

MA03243 5 Bar Model

From addition to algebra, the Bar Model method helps children develop a conceptual understanding of maths structures. It gives pupils a visual structure to help them understand the maths they need to do to solve the problem. Used widely in Singapore methods, it can be used from the very basics (age 5-6 yrs) to more complex problems (age 10-11 yrs) and beyond. The teacher sized version is perfect for front of class demonstrations. Made from EVA foam with a magnetic back. Max size: Pupil version - L30 x W3cm, Teacher Version - L60 x W5cm. Total number of pieces: 93. For ages 3yrs+.

MA02767 Teacher Version MA02768 Pupil 3 pk

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