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Learning Resources LER4285 Mathlink Cubes-100
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- Great for counting to 100 by ones and tens, grouping, and one-to-one correspondence
- Help students master math skills for academic success
- Cubes link together on all sides of each cube with geometric shape cutouts for more complex patterning activities
- MathLink Cubes feature geometric shape cutouts
- Ideal for ages 5+
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Help young students master early math skills with these stackable cubes. Cubes link together on all sides and feature geometric shape cutouts for more complex patterning activities. Compatible with other linking cubes.
Math Skills add up fast
Children start by counting the colorful cubes, then quickly discover they can snap them together to represent different numbers to add and subtract.
So many ways to Connect
Cubes connect on all sides so kids can use their imaginations to build up, across, sideways, and all around.Also great for more complex patterning activities.
10 Colors to sort and Pattern
Set includes cubes in all the colors of the rainbow and beyond: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet, brown, pink, black, and white.
Perfectly Sized for Small Hands
The ¾" cubes are large enough for children to grasp and snap together easily, making it fun for them to work on their fine motor skills.
Learn Shapes, Too
Each Mathlink cube has a geometric shape cutout. Children can learn to identify the hexagon, pentagon, triangle, square, and circle. This makes the cubes even more versatile for patterning activities.
Learning Resources offers countless manipulatives, toys, and games to make math more engaging for kids. We also provide toys for teaching about time, money, measurement, and algebraic thinking.
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Reviewed in the United States on 7 June 2020
They are well constructed, snap together well, stay together well, and come apart easily for me (slightly difficult for my 5 year old to assemble, but she can pull them apart easily). You can actually build three dimensional shapes with them (you have to be a little clever about how you rotate each block, but it works). My 5 year old and I might construct a 3 X 3 X 3 cube and talk about why 27 is a cube number, while the the 3 year old uses the cubes to build a "crane" that is 30 blocks high. We use them in place of cuisenaire counting rods. We use them to illustrate concepts in our Singapore Math work book. We use them to illustrate multiplication. We use them for place value (10's and 1's), subtraction with borrowing, etc.
They come in a set of 100, with 10 of each color. For the homeschoolers, I'd recommend buying at least 5 sets of 100. You really need to have about 50 in one color in order to really use this learning tool to its maximum potential. The only downside of these blocks is how many you need to buy to really use them.
Also, note, on each six sided cube, there are 5 "holes" and only one "nubbin" that sticks out. At first, I was wishing there were two "nubbin" sides, to make it easier to build stable 3-D shapes. But after months of using them daily, I've concluded that the 5/1 design gives the toy the most flexibility for math teaching.
Are they a choking hazard? Yes. Can they be chewed up by a toddler? Yes.
How will they hold up after years of use? I don't know. Judging by the slightly rubbery plastic material they are made of, they will probably last a few years with intense use. So these are not quite as durable (or precision engineered) as Lego/Duplo products, which will last for generations. But still, excellent value.
Reviewed in the United States on 7 November 2015