LRNLER0930

Learning Resources Geometry Shape - 150 per set

Theme/Subject: Learning - Skill Learning: Mathematics

Reg. Price $45.99

Our Price $35.55 Per Set

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Teaches math concepts, value and grouping
Enables students to easily manipulate and visualize varying quantities
Includes 100 individual units, 30 rods, 10 flats, one cube and more
For children ages 6 and up
  • Additional Info
SKU
LRNLER0930
Manufacturer
Learning Resources
Manufacturer Part Number
LER0930
Choking Hazard
Yes
Skill Learning
Mathematics
Theme/Subject
Learning
Package Contents
  • 30 x Rods
  • 10 x Flats
  • 1 x Cube
  • 1 x 112 Page Base Ten Revised Book
  • Teaching Notes
Recycled
No

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Learning Resources Geometry Shape - 150 per set
 
5.0

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5.0

I would buy the product!

By Ms. Solorio

from Barrington, Illinois

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy Assembly
  • Entertaining
  • Fun
  • Great Value
  • Interactive
  • Realistic

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Creative Development
    • Family Time
    • Group Activity
    • Imaginative Play
    • Indoor
    • Outdoor

    Comments about Learning Resources Geometry Shape - 150 per set:

    The Plastic Base 10 starter set is wonderful! The pieces are very durable and they are easy to manipulate and help students understand the place value concept. They are very durable!

    • Was this a gift?:
    • Yes
     
    5.0

    Must have maths tool

    By shellyo

    from England

    About Me Home Educator

    Pros

    • Can Withstand Use
    • Educational
    • Fun
    • Thought Provoking

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Children

      Comments about Learning Resources Geometry Shape - 150 per set:

      Base 10 set is a must have home education tool and I choose this one because Learning Resource products are always good quality. We have used it over and over again and so far no sign of wear or tear. It is great for explaining Maths concepts. Perfect for visual learners

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      • No
       
      5.0

      Fab product!

      By Paul

      from Norfolk

      Comments about Learning Resources Geometry Shape - 150 per set:

      Fab product!

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      • No

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