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  • Eilis Smart

    Great resource for manipulative maths activities

  • Marnie Winter-Woodruff

    Ultimate List of Printable Math Manipulatives Games // Jimmie's Collage // pattern blocks, graphing paper, spinners, fraction rulers, etc.

  • Deb Maxwell

    Ultimate Links to Printable Math Manipulatives & Games ~ Hand Made Manipulative Instructions, Math Printables for Home, HM Math+grade level+Teaching Tools, SEN Teacher, Kentucky Center for Mathematics, Donna Young Math, Manipulatives for Upper Elementary~ 4-6, Mathematics Enhancement Program, Printable Math Game Boards, Game Boards at Jefferson County Schools and Ellen McHenry’s Basement Workshop.

  • Amy Sumner

    Charlotte Mason espoused using concrete objects for math lessons, and I totally agree. I know that Sprite learned math concepts much faster and with more enjoyment when there was a hands-on element...

  • Laura-Leigh Mohr

    Long list of FREE printable math manipulatives and games

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