Use this interactive place value chart to create numbers up to 9,999,999 and see the standard, expanded, and word forms of a number.
Use this place value mat to see the standard, expanded, and word forms of numbers up to 9,999.
Use these cards to model place value. Overlap the cards to build a number and pull them apart to see what each number represents in base ten notation.
Use these disk to model place value and build place value mats.
Teach financial literacy and how to count money with this flexible play money virtual manipulative. First grade and second grade students will gain a clear understanding of how American money is organized into dollars and cents with this free online educational activity. Drag and drop the play money bills and coins, add numbers and equations, and build on early mathematics skills.
Grade one and grade two students will gain a clear understanding of how Canadian money is organized into dollars and cents with this free online educational activity.
Teach your KS1 students to count UK money in units including pounds and pence with this virtual maths manipulative.
Teach your primary students how to count Aussie dollars and cents with this virtual math manipulative.
Teach your contributing primary school students how to count their kiwis in dollars and cents with this virtual math manipulative.
Teach primary school students how to count euro bills and coins with this virtual math manipulative.
Count by groups to keep your car ahead and win the race!
Interactive decimal strips from .5 to .1
Color this interactive hundreds chart in any way that helps to clarify number relationships.
Use these blocks of one and ten to model place value.
Knock down bowling pins and your pins will be grouped in ten frames for easier counting.
Explore place value from 11 to 19 with this fun ten frame pool game.