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### Pattern Blocks

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Allow children to see how shapes can be decomposed into other shapes and introduce them to tiling. Build patterns, create and solve critical thinking problems, and model various math concepts.

### Pegboard

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Use the examples to play with the peg board.

### Count Money

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With the 'Count Money' tool for the smart board or interactive whiteboard you can easily teach mathematics with money. It's as easy as dragging and dropping bills and coins on the counter and let students count the money.

### Telling Time

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An analog or a digital clock with or without colored hands. A clock that is suitable for the lesson.

### 100th Day Chart

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Keep track of the number of schooldays until the 100th day of school on your smart board.

### Snap Cubes

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Use Snap Cubes to help reinforce counting, addition, patterning and more.

### Paying with Money

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Students learn to choose between coins and bills to buy products.

### Mirror Mosaic

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Play with mosaic, similar to a pegboard. Play to learn how to mirror things.

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Various fun activities to practice add and subtract operations up to 20.

### Division and Multiplication Tester

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A test to see if multiplication and division table(s) are memorized.

### Pattern Blocks - Examples

- Lesson plan -

This lesson contains several predesigned figures. Use pattern blocks to create the same figures.

### Memory With Your Own Content

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Practice different subjects through play.

### Word Problems

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Students can practice a variety of word problems per grade level and subject.

### The Math Safe

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Solve math problems while playing to open the safe.

### Tic Tac Toe

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Play Tic Tac Toe against each other or against the computer. Multiple themes are available.

### Sequencing Numbers

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Create your own number sequences with missing numbers. Students can practice number sequences by filling in the missing numbers.