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Spill the beans : junior level.

Author: Catherine Kuhns; Crystal Springs Books (Firm) Peterborough, NH : Crystal Springs Books, ©2009. Image : Flash card : Picture : English WorldCat Get ready to "spill the beans" about math with these hands-on, problem-solving cards. Each one gives solution clues based on number comparisons, fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. Using real beans (pinto, white, red, and black) as manipulatives, students practice number sense, logic, and problem-solving to determine the answers. Numbered from 1-80, the bean shaped cards are arranged from simplest to most difficult, so differentiating instruction couldn't be easier - you just select the cards that best meet your students' individual needs. This entertaining and interactive approach to practicing math keeps students engaged, challenged, and motivated. Ideal for whole-group, small-group, and individual practice as well as centers.--From instruction card.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Problems and exercisesProblems, exercises, etcStudy and teaching Flash card, Picture Visual material Catherine Kuhns; Crystal Springs Books (Firm) Find more information about: Catherine Kuhns 9781934026250 1934026255 815253648 Title from instruction card. 84 flash cards : paper, color ; 19 x 10 cm Beans + number sense + problem-solving + logic = spill the beans

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Get ready to "spill the beans" about math with these hands-on, problem-solving cards. Each one gives solution clues based on number comparisons, fractions, decimals, ratios, and percentages. Using real beans (pinto, white, red, and black) as manipulatives, students practice number sense, logic, and problem-solving to determine the answers. Numbered from 1-80, the bean shaped cards are arranged from simplest to most difficult, so differentiating instruction couldn't be easier - you just select the cards that best meet your students' individual needs. This entertaining and interactive approach to practicing math keeps students engaged, challenged, and motivated. Ideal for whole-group, small-group, and individual practice as well as centers.--From instruction card.

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