Equivalence Bones (25 in a pack)

R 350.00

In stock

Description

Decimals, Fractions and Percentages are just different ways of showing the same value. Children need to learn how to manipulate this information, and show their understanding by converting a percentage to a decimal, or a fraction into a percentage. Equivalence Bones are an excellent resource to encourage this.

25 Plastic Bones with sliders that conceal any one of the equivalent fraction, decimal, percentage or pictorial representations. Can be used as a front of class flash card or for pupils to work with either individually or in groups. Just move the slider to conceal another equivalent form and you have a whole new problem. Made from durable plastic.

Equivalence Bones offer a variety of fun and practical ways to teach and reinforce fractions, decimals, percentages and pictorial representations. 25 Equivalence bones in a pack, with sliders that can conceal any one of the equivalent fraction, decimal, percentage or pictorial representation.

How to use the bones:

Each Bone has a “slider” that can be moved to conceal part of the maths sentence. Children need to work out which part of the word has been concealed.

The dimensions of each Equivalence bone is 268mm x 60mm. There are 25 different Equivalence Bones in a pack offering plenty of practice for the whole class.

The “Bones” series of products are new to Learning Tools and we are very excited to introduce them to the South African market.

The Bones are screen printed onto the high quality yellow plastic. Research shows that black printed onto yellow materials optimises visual clarity. The Bones are manufactured and designed in according to the highest quality European standards.

The Bone is a high quality plastic product that has been manufactured with a “slider” in the centre. The slider can be moved according to the teacher’s discretion to conceal a specific part of the maths sum in question. The product offers children practical ways in which to engage in the area of learning being presented by the teacher.