Base ten blocks are a versatile maths manipulative to introduce students to basic key maths concepts including addition, subtraction, number sense, place value, and counting.
The unit block represents 1, the rods represent 10, the flats represent 100 and the cubes represent 1000.
Students can use the blocks to practice place value.
The colours help emphasise the base ten nature of the number system and make it simpler for students and teachers to describe what they are doing as they can refer to the different colours.
– 100 Yellow Cubes
– 10 Green Rods
– 10 Blue Flats
– 1 Red block
Packed in a box.
– Yellow cubes, 1cm x 1cm x 1cm.
– Green rods, 10cm x 1cm x 1cm.
– Blue flats, 10cm x 10cm x 1cm.
– Red block, 10cm x 10cm x 10cm.
Set of: 121 pieces, packed in a white box.