Use with base ten blocks to teach integer concepts such as: definition of integer; compare and order; opposites; have and owe, spend and earn, rise and fall, gain and lose; zero pairs; number line; absolute value; integer addition, subtraction,
Bump Game - factor positive coefficient quadratic polynomials by building, drawing, or writing out the problems using base ten blocks, algebra tiles, or erasable markers and a whiteboard. To play this game you will need to download Anna's Math Page
The Christmas Tree package includes three sets of base ten block templates that work with Mortensen Math blocks, Math U See blocks, Cuisenaire Rods, Ez Math blocks, and regular centimetre cubed base ten blocks.Though regular centimetre cubed base
The Hanukkah Menorah package includes three sets of base ten block templates that work with Mortensen Math blocks, Math U See blocks, Cuisenaire Rods, Ez Math blocks, and regular centimetre cubed base ten blocks. Though regular centimetre cubed base
Math, Problem Solving, Christmas/ Chanukah/ Kwanzaa
For use to build, add, subtract, and factor quadratic polynomials with base ten blocks or algebra tiles.
If working on factoring quadratic polynomials the flashcards can also be used in conjunction with my Positive Coefficient Quadratic Polynomial
This short animated video demonstrates 4 different ways to use single-unit and multi-unit base ten blocks to teach counting from 0-9 and is suitable for both educators and children to watch. The animated single-unit and multi-unit base ten blocks
This short animated video demonstrates different ways to use multi-unit base ten blocks to show basic skip counting and is suitable for both educators and children to watch.The animated multi-unit base ten blocks used in this video are Mortensen
This video is a short clip showing how to use multi-unit base ten blocks to work on the addends for 10. I am trying out a new whiteboard and was playing around and decided to throw this tidbit up. Be creative and have a good time with this activity.