• Magnetic Builder Pieces

    …magnetic pieces. Students can combine the pieces to create a whole, mix and match pieces to compare parts of a whole, equivalent values, compare fractions, decimals and percentages in bar and circle form. The 4mm thick foam pieces are lightweight yet durable, and the colourful surface of each piece…

  • Fraction Tower® Cubes - Fraction Set

    An engaging, hands-on way to reinforce fractions at home! Help students visualise and understand fractions concepts in different contexts with these colour-coded hands-on resources!

  • Focus on Fractions

    fraction, decimal and percentage equivalences with this brilliant kit. • Kit includes: Magnetic Fraction, Decimal and Percentage Builders; Fraction Fill Game; Decimal and Percentages Fraction Fill Expansion Packs; Percentages, Decimals and Fractions Bingo and Percentages and Decimals and Fractions

  • Fraction Tiles

    Set of 51 colour-coded proportional plastic pieces represent a whole, halves, thirds, fourths, fifths, sixths, eighths, tenths and twelfths. Age: 7-11 years.• Teachers' guide and two sheets of stickers included• Tray size: 230mm x 255mm

  • Fraction Tower Set Cubes

    Colourful, durable, interlocking Fraction Tower® Cubes are perfect for exploring and comparing percentages and fractions. Children learn by building simple, graphic mathematical models that clearly demonstrate fraction relationships.

  • Equivalence Bars

    Colourful lengths of large plastic printed bars. Each yellow bar is printed on four sides with either fractions, decimals or percentages and colour coded. The bars fit into slots to allow easy comparisons as well as a neat storage box. 39 colourful printed bars representing 1 whole, 2 halves, 3…

  • Maths Equivalence Class Pack

    …and practical resources to teach and reinforce fractions, decimals, percentages and pictorial representations.Kit contains: •39 x Equivalence bars•39 x Double Sided Fraction/Decimal Magnets•25 x Equivalence Bones•40 x Fraction and Decimal Counting Cards•1 x Teacher…

  • Magnetic Fraction Builders

    Fractions are represented in two different ways; the circular pieces show how fractions can describe part of a group while the rectangular pieces show how fractions can describe part of a length. The 4mm thick foam pieces are printed on a wipe clean material.• Contains 106 pieces

  • Cuisenaire® Classroom Multi-Pack

    …colours. Each colour represents a different length. Cuisenaire Rods can be used to reinforce a variety of maths skills such as addition and subtraction, fractions and decimals, geometry and measurement and patterns and algebra. Available in regular plastic rods or interlocking rods. Ages 4+.

  • Rainbow Fractions Teaching Kit

    Everything you need to teach and reinforce fractions! Students manipulate colour-coded representational cubes, tiles and shapes and work independently with flash cards and engaging activity cards.

  • Pupil Fraction Fans

    Featuring the fractions 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 3/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/7, 1/8, 1/9, 1/10, 1/11, 1/12.

  • Fractions Flip Stand

    …children to compare the concept of fractions across decimals and percentages. On one side of the stand, students compare equivalent fractions (shown pictorially, written in words and written as the fraction). On the reverse side (not shown), they can compare fractions, decimals and percentages of…

  • Equivalence Bones

    25 Plastic Bones with sliders that conceal any one of the equivalent fraction, decimal, percentage or pictorial representations. Can be used as a front of class flash card or for pupils to work with either individually or in groups. Just move the yellow slider to conceal another equivalent form and…

  • Fraction of Quantities

    A set of hands-on components to enable children to find the fraction of a given quantity, for example 2/5 of 20. It uses foam shapes, pegs, dice and cards to break down the process into manageable stages so that children understand exactly what is happening. The set was produced in conjunction with…

  • Pizza To Go Fractions Game

    Fun games for teachings fractions! Kids can play over seven appetizing fraction-based games with play pizzas. The games help to differentiate between fractions, as well as add and subtract fractions. • 2-4 players• Includes: 9 x 180mm pizzas cut into 51 fractional pieces (halves, thirds,…

  • Smart Chute & Understanding Value Cards

    Ease the complexities of place value, multiplication and fractions or add, Subtract, Double, Halve, Multiply and Divide key number facts at a rapid pace with this brilliant kit of cards. The multisensory Smart Chute provides the perfect medium to practise and rehearse facts, without the process…

  • Giant Double-Sided Magnetic Rainbow Fraction® Circles

    Demonstrate fractions, percentages and equivalences with these unique magnets. Teach the fraction then flip over the magnet to show the corresponding percentage - a great way for students to understand the relationship between the concepts.

  • Equivalent Fractions, Fractions Fundamentals, Fractions Action Snaps Kit

    These fraction card sets make a useful resource to support children learning about fractions. In Fraction Action they will be trying to match cards that equal the same value such as 150% and 1.5 or ¼ and 25%, in Equivalent Fractions they will be trying to snap cards whose fractions are equal, such…

  • Fractions Bulletin Board Set

    The set features four charts that reinforce the basic concepts related to adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions. Includes resource guide with display tips, suggested activities, and worksheets. Age: 7 years+.

  • Wooden Pattern Blocks

    …and six colours. The sturdy 2-D 1cm blocks help to introduce a variety of numeracy skills including patterns, symmetry, linear and area measurement as well as introducing the concept of fractions and problem solving. Age: 3 years+.•Includes teaching guide•Set of 250•Blocks size: 10mm

  • Apple Fractions

    Introduction to early fractions colour-coded pieces held together by means of safe, embedded magnets. Set of 4 magnetic apples: one whole, 1/2, 1/3 and 1/4 (10 pieces in total). Each apple is a different colour (dark red, light red, yellow and green). Used to explore fractions with a common item…

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