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Learning Resources LER2076 Centimeter Cubes, Set of 500 0.39 inches
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- Perfect for measuring, counting, and patterning
- Introduce children to measurement of area and volume
- Cubes come in 10 different colors
- Includes storage bucket and Activity Guide
- Ideal for ages 6+
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Centimeter Cubes are great tools for teaching kids counting, measuring, and patterning. Set of 500 plastic one-centimeter cubes comes in 10 colors and stores in a convenient tub. Activity Guide included.
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Reviewed in the United States on 23 September 2016
I only gave it a Four instead of a Five because there are certain colors I use and ones I don't and I would have liked a less color variant and giving it a more quantity supply. (Meaning 500 cubes is enough but there are 2 shades of green where one would suffice and having 1 shade and more of the other colors would be better.) Keeping this in mind, if you are building a project requiring larger quantities then you might like to know that this set also comes in a 1000 piece tub as well. There is no grey in this set (for stone), but you can easily use the white or black as a substitute.
There is Black, White, Brown, Red, Orange, Yellow, Light Green, Dark Green, Light Blue, Dark Blue, and Pink in this set.
There is a ton of them- many different colors, and a lot more than you would get than unifix cubes. The only thing is that they do not click together, but it is not a major factor in their use.
These make great markers for boardgames or miniatures games. I've used them to mark destroyed bridges and victory conditions in wargames. As I said, they are light, and they can slide across the game board if they catch your sleeve or if the board is hit hard enough to make the counters or "bits" move.
I've also experimented with converting some of them to dice to use as a substitute for the (overpriced) custom dice that come with many games. The cubes are really too small to hold an elaborate pattern that can be read from any distance, and they don't have the heavier feel of standard dice. On the other hand, you can take a fine Sharpie to them and make a basic number, letter, or design, and they will function like normal dice. And you get a ton of them for about the price of one set of custom dice that are sold for some games. If you want to use these cubes as dice, understand the trade off.