Fraction Equivalency Stacking Cubes Math Set

    Item number   w-lr-2509
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    Fractions is a math concept that is not easy to understand for children. Fraction Equivalency Stacking Cubes Math Set will help teachers to teach, parents to explain, and kids to master the math topic! This math learning set from Educational Toys Planet is a great teaching tool to visually demonstrate the relationship between fractions, decimals and percents. The Fraction Equivalency Stacking Cubes Math Set by Learning Resources includes 51 color-coded plastic cubes. The color-coded system illustrates the fractions relationship of equivalencies of fractions, decimals and percents for children. The fractions learning toy is aligned with NCTM standards. Be the master of fractions and solve the fractions problem with these color cubes!

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    Item Details

    • SKU w-lr-2509
    • Manufacturer recommended age 6 years
    • Our recommended age 7 years, 8 years, 9 years, 10 years+
    • Brand Learning Resources
    • Quantity available in stock 9
    • Dimensions of package 7.2" x 8.1" x 2.1"
    • Country of manufacture Hong Kong SAR China
    • Manufacturer part number LSP2509-UKM
    • UPC 765023025095
    • ASIN B000296LSO
    • Packaged product weight 0.00 lb
    • Positive Ratings 100%
    • Total Reviews 1

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    1. Rating: 5 Perfect gift! by Kate This math set was the perfect B-day gift for our 7 year old grandson, the math geek! He plays with it by the hour.