EXAMPLE ADDITION LESSON WITH MANIPULATIVES
Cuisenaire Rods - MathsBot
Interactive Cuisenaire rods to aid the use of manipulatives in the classroom.
Manipulatives in Education: Definition, Examples
Nov 21, 2019Applications in Math. Math lessons are a common classroom application of manipulatives because they easily allow students to physically apply the concepts of addition, subtraction, division, and
Adding and Subtracting (song for kids about addition
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NLVM Number & Operations Manipulatives
Virtual manipulatives for Number & Operations. Number & Operations (Grades Pre-K - 2) Bar Chart – Create a bar chart showing quantities or percentages by labeling columns and clicking on values. Base Blocks – Illustrate addition and subtraction in a variety of bases.[PDF]
Using manipulatives to teach elementary mathematics
solving of the problem. In the second grade lesson, the students simply copied the teacher’s example and never attached meaning to the manipulatives. The teacher’s manipulative use and misuse provided the researchers with a focus for further study. The researchers also realized that
Using Manipulatives - TeacherVision
Mar 15, 2007The following are a few manipulatives that might be used at the elementary level. Number and Operations. Counters can be used to teach one-to-one correspondence, ordinal numbers, and basic addition and subtraction. Two-sided counters can be used to model one-to-one correspondence, addition and subtraction, or skip-count.
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
A digital library containing Java applets and activities for K-12 mathematics
Big Ideas Math: Student Edition
What You Learned Before (pp. 274 - 275) 7.1: Writing Equations in One Variable (pp. 276 - 281) 7.2: Solving Equations Using Addition or Subtraction (pp. 282 - 289)
Manipulatives in the Primary Classroom
Ofsted's 2012 report 'Made to Measure' suggests that although manipulatives are used in some primary schools to support teaching and learning they are not used as effectively or as widely as they might be. This article explores some research into their use and offers some suggestions about how using practical apparatus can support children's mathematical thinking, reasoning and problem solving.
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