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My students need 6 math manipulatives in order to better understand the concepts of money. Money is a hard thing to grasp as a child. These manipulatives will help the students learn using hands on activities. Being a third grader means it is time to learn how to multiply. It is a very tough concept as well. The multiplication manipulatives will give students hands-on experiences and also act as reinforcement to the regular classroom instruction.
I teach Math, Science, Spelling, and Grammar to 20 third grade students in a rural elementary school.
Third grade students face two very tough concepts, money and multiplication. Think about when you were a kid and how tough these concepts may have been for you!
I am asking for two sets of magnetic money that the students will be able to utilize on our classroom whiteboard. This will allow for hands-on instruction and a more meaningful learning experience. Also I would like to request a Learning Center on money where students can go in their free time to learn more about handling money, paying with money, and making change.
I also am asking for some multiplication games to help reinforce the concept of multiplication.
Your help will ensure that my students are given fun, new, hands-on, and exciting ways to learn these concepts. These classroom tools will help to create a meaningful learning experience.
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