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# Fraction Pieces

• ## Fraction Tiles

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

• ## 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

• ## 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 Flowers

…across 2 levels. Level A teaches whole, halves and quarters, whilst Level B also teaches thirds. The winner is the first person to complete their fraction flower game board. Age: 5 years+.Contains:• 4 double-sided boards with 2 levels of play• 2 spinners• 40 fraction pieces

• ## Fraction Tower® Cubes - Fraction Set

…visualise fractions concepts by building simple, visual mathematical models• Cubes are marked with respective fractions• Covers fractions: one whole, 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, 1/5, 1/6, 1/8, 1/10 and 1/12• One whole piece measures 12cm H• Colour-coded for use with our other Rainbow Fraction

• ## Foam Fraction Action Resource

Enable children to develop a deeper understanding of fractions. Utilising this concrete resource pupils can visually see 2/8 is the same as 1/4, and then added together they make 1/2.• Made from foam and magnets• Size: 90mm(dia.)• 123 pieces

• ## 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…

• ## Fractions Board

This brightly coloured set is perfect for early learners to develop their counting, matching and co-ordination skills. The sturdy pieces are ideal for little hands to sort and place to complete each individual shape. Age: 12 months+.• Size: 210mm(w) x 210mm(d)• 18 pieces

• ## Pizza To Go Fractions Game

…games for teaching 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,…

• ## Fraction-Wall Class Pack

fraction strips as bar models, adding and subtracting fractions with the same and different denominators, multiplying and dividing fractions with the same and different denominators and exploring ratio.• Ready for use – a whole class resource in individual packs• Includes fraction pieces

• ## Measures Puzzles

…using? Combine increasing knowledge of estimating and working out amounts using place value with knowledge of standard units of scale to match together these self-correcting puzzle pieces. Five of the puzzles also cover matching different fractions. • Set contains 30 self-correcting puzzles

• ## Foam Equivalence Action

Help children understand the relationships between fractions, decimals and percentages. A visual representation of equivalence, easily see that ½ is the same as 50% or 0.5, and pieces can make a whole from the different units.• Made from foam• Size: 90mm(dia.)• 367 pieces

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