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After students learn the basics of English measurement (whole, half, and quarter inches), this ruler is ideal for moving to smaller increments that can be confusing to students – and adults! The four-sided ruler shows a standard ruler, quarter inches, eighth-inch measurements, and finally the decimal equivalent of eighth-inch measurements. Also, the ruler has a snap-on end, so multiple rulers can be snapped together to measure longer objects.
A clever way to introduce students to English measurement is with this colorful four-sided ruler. One side features a standard ruler, the second shows inches, the third shows half inches, and the fourth shows quarter inches. By just turning one side at a time, students can learn the various increments of the system. Also, the ruler has a snap-on end, so multiple rulers can be snapped together to measure longer objects.
Hands-on x, y coordinate experiences!
Divided into the traditional four quadrants, the Pitsco Coordinate Geometry Board invites students to plot x, y coordinates; find the slope of a line between two points; graph a line; learn various quadrant characteristics; approximate areas of geometric figures; and much, much more!
This attractive, sturdy, 11" x 11" board is designed with 121 peg holes that snugly hold grooved wooden pegs. Simply insert pegs in various holes (x, y coordinates) and use the colored rubber bands to show various line segments. Holes are also available on both the x- and y-axes.
Contains the board, 25 pegs, and a bag of colored rubber bands.
Using simple materials, students build three-dimensional models of five geosolids, or regular polyhedra: tetrahedron, cube, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron. The included activities have students note the number of vertices, edges, and faces of each structure, which is used to help them build the structure.
Each kit includes 100 straws, 100 pipe cleaners, teacher instructions, and a student user guide.
Geosolids 30-PackEnough materials to use the Geosolids Kit activity in an entire classroom. Includes straws, pipe cleaners, and teacher and student instructions.
Clear up any fraction befuddlement your students have with this fun activity. Get enough materials for a class of 30 to make their own rulers.
Instead of using a regular ruler, students can learn about measuring and fractions as they make their own ruler with the Making Your Own Ruler Maker Project. The project comes with the Making Your Own Ruler Pack – which includes permanent markers, plastic material, templates, and student worksheets – and the Dr. Zoon Making Your Own Ruler Video. For convenience, the project also comes with labels, a bin, and a bin prep sheet for storage and organization.
Students learn about measuring and fractions as they make their own rulers! The pack provides everything necessary for this fun activity – permanent markers, plastic material, templates, and student worksheets – for a class of 30.
This 11" x 16" Graph Board can be written on with dry-erase markers. This board comes with a dry-erase marker and an eraser and is used in a large number of Math Connections.