Hands-on learning and visual models are core elements of our approach to math education. We’ve brought together some of the most popular manipulatives from our classroom materials along with other selected items.
Creatures and other objects, counting and game markers, marbles and balls.
Tiles, number racks, odd and even pieces.
Geoboards, protractors, and mirrors.
Money pieces, money stamps, clock dials, thermometers, balance scales, and rulers.
Standard and specialty dice collections, probability containers.
Wood, Unifix, and interlocking cubes.
Base 4, Base 5, and Base 10 pieces including mats, strips, units, and linear pieces.
Pattern Blocks, Polydrons, and Geoblocks.
Standard and specialty pocket charts and frames.
Algebra, complex number, and bicolored counting pieces.
|Counting & Sorting||Counting & Sorting - Cubes||Arithmetic |
|Arithmetic - Place Value||Geometry||Geometry - Shapes |
|Money & Measurement||Probability||Algebra |