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Learning Resources Fraction Tower Activity Set
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- Snap together, color-coded cubes help illustrate and teach abstract decimal, percentage, and fraction concepts in a hands-on, tangible way
- Cubes feature fractions, decimals and percents clearly marked on each side, providing a visual representation of equivalencies
- Children learn by building simple, graphic mathematical models that clearly demonstrate the relationship between the parts of a whole
- Cubes can be used alone or with Fraction Tower® Activity Sets
- Set includes 51 cubes and a Teacher's Guide
- Ideal for ages 6+
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From the Manufacturer
Help students see the difference!
Inspire your kids to explore math with this hands-on, visual learning tool!
Perfect for first-grade students and up, this set of Fraction Tower Cubes helps little learners gain a more concrete understanding of abstract mathematical concepts. Block by block, your kids will stack up their knowledge of fractions, decimals and more!
Build their math skills
51 color coded cubes are chunky, durable and built to stand up to classroom environments. The cubes lock together in a snap, and each cube has fractions, decimals, and percents clearly marked on each side. Use this set alone, or combine it with Learning Resources Fraction Tower Activity Sets. Includes an Activity Guide to help build lesson plans.
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Top Customer Reviews
Another reviewer commented that they were very disappointed because the pieces were not labeled on all sides. That customer must have received a faulty product. The Equivalency Cubes I received are clearly labeled on 3 sides: one side has the fraction, one has the decimal, and one has the percentage.
We use a math program that has something similar that comes with it but I much prefer this set so we use these instead.
These are sturdy snap together cubes that give dimension to hard to grasp math concepts and for some of my kids
it has been so much easier for them using this set and once they mastered the ideas they have been doing great with other concepts.
There are 51 high quality cubes with clear markings and a teachers guide comes with in this set.
Would highly recommend to anyone who is struggling. I also like how this set has grown with our kids. Bought it when they were in 1st and have used it all the way up through 5th so far to help guide them as they learn each new concept.
This set - along with the Learning Resources Rainbow Fraction Circles - are great tools to help master fractions. We are just learning basic fractions at this time, but I can see where these cube towers will come in handy with decimals and percents later down the road (because they are marked accordingly on each side of the cube towers.)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these with my middle school students that need a visual when they are learning.Published 5 days ago by txwhirlwind
Just got them so haven't used them yet, but had similar ones for my oldest daughter and misplaced them. Bought these for my youngest daughter. Read morePublished 7 days ago by LisaP
The description said that it comes with a teacher's activity guide. This product does not come with one, or at least mine didn't come with one. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bandit
Very good product. I bought two for my 3rd grader and he will likely use in 4th grade as well. I work at an ES and the teachers use similar blocks for visual.Published 1 month ago by Allison Enos
The product works well for comparing percent and decimals and fractions. The only drawback was the package it comes in does not work to store the product in long term. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Classy Mamma
These are making math fun for my 5 year old. Learning fractions can be hard for some. Making it a game always seems to work for children.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer