Do the new math standards have you scrambling? Have you been searching for pattern blocks, multilink cubes, prisms, tangrams, or puzzles to use in your next lesson? Do you want to know where to find the best calculators, math books, games, reproducibles, toys, or other math materials? You'll find math resources quickly and easily with Perry's new guide! Organized by such topics as problem solving, estimation, number sense and numeration, and geometry and spatial relationships, this book shows you where to find the manipulatives and materials you need to support the new NCTM standards. Each product is briefly described along with its classroom applications. Materials of exceptional quality and value are indicated. Even the addresses of publishers and suppliers are given. If you're looking for ways to make the implementation of the standards easier, you'll want this book. It's a great resource and a real time-saver!Grades K-12. These two-centimeter cubes comes in ten colors. They can be used to explore place value; investigate area, ... LinkerCubes Jobcards, in a primary set for Grades 1-3 and an intermediate set for Grades 4-6; LinkerCubes fobcards anbsp;...

Title | : | Guide to Math Materials |

Author | : | Phyllis Jean Perry |

Publisher | : | Libraries Unlimited - 1997 |

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