Included in this resource are paper-cutout versions of three-dimensional base ten blocks. These blocks can be printed and cut out for students to use for all types of work with number sense, including counting, place value, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. They provide both a physical and a visual representation of thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones.

Grade 1, 2, 3 · Math · 3 pages

Included in this resource are paper-cutout versions of three-dimensional base ten blocks, as well as array mats. The base ten blocks can be printed and cut out for students to use for all types of work with number sense, including counting, place value, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. The array mats can be used for students to organize and group their base ten blocks to represent multiplication equations.

Grade 4 · Math · 4 pages

These two-dimensional base ten blocks can be printed and cut out for students to use for all types of work with number sense, including place value, addition, subtraction, and counting. They provide both a physical and a visual representation of hundreds, tens, and ones. Included in this packet are ten copies of each type of block.

Grade K, 1, 2 · Math · 4 pages

Included in this resource are paper-cutout versions of three-dimensional base ten blocks, as well as decimal place value mats. The base ten blocks can be printed and cut out for students to use for all types of work with number sense, including counting, place value, addition, subtraction, and multiplication. The place value mats can be used for students to organize and group their base ten blocks to represent and compare decimals.

Grade 5 · Math · 4 pages

This resource contains play dollar bills and coins - providing a physical math manipulative for counting money.

Grade 2 · Math · 2 pages

Printable blank flashcards for addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division math facts. The set includes blank versions of flashcards that can be customized by the teacher or created by students. There is one set that is presented vertically to support duplex printing and another set that is presented horizontally for single-sided printing.

Grade K, 1, 2, 3 · Math · 3 pages

For students who need support when adding and subtracting positive and negative numbers, a number line can be provided.

When teaching the value of coins, use actual coins to represent values (e.g. A nickel is equal to 5 pennies. A quarter is equal to five nickels.).

If a student is a visual learner, use manipulatives to support answering math problems (e.g. counters for adding/subtractions, fraction strips, base ten blocks,etc.)

When introducing addition, teachers can have students count items representing the numbers to be counted.

Teachers can use fraction strips to demonstrate parts of a whole.

Base 10 blocks can be used to conceptually demonstrate place value and regrouping.

Teachers can put mathematical information (e.g. definitions, graphs, equations, etc.) on cards so that students can physically sort and organize information.

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