I Get It! Using Manipulatives to Conquer Math: Fractions Grades 3-5
- SKU: BSE53221
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Improve mathematical reasoning and understanding with the I Get It! series. This series appeals to a greater number of student learning styles by using different sets of mathematics manipulatives. These manipulatives create hand-on, active learning experiences. And, they make math enjoyable! Through free exploration and structured activities with concrete manipulatives, students will begin to adopt and model abstract mathematical concepts. Having students work with manipulatives provides teachers the opportunity to see what students are thinking and how they are processing the information.
This program fosters conceptual understanding of fractions with concrete objects. It uses foam fraction squares to tangibly represent the mathematical concepts of equivalent fractions, comparing fraction, fraction operations, and fractions with whole numbers, mixed numbers, and decimals.
Contents of Fractions kit
- Student Manipulatives
- 30 sets of Foam Fraction Squares with each set containing 9 color-coded squares. Each square represents 1 whole, ½, ⅓, ¼, ⅕, ⅙, ⅛, 1⁄10, 1⁄12
- Teacher Resource Guide
- 160 pages with easy-to-follow lesson plans, activity sheets, and assessments
- Teacher Manipulatives
- 5 sets of Foam Fraction Squares and 2 packs of 1" magnetic squares (100 magnets)
- Student Workbook
- 10 copies of each level; Level III, Level IV, and Level V (30 total)
- 8 small bins and 1 storage caddy (9 total)
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