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Bones - Number Cruncher Division (pk of 100)

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These Division Bones help kids practice their Division skills in a fun and rewarding way.
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These Division Bones help kids practice their Division skills in a fun and rewarding way. \n \nDivision is about separating sets, while the opposite type of maths, called multiplication, is about combining sets. After children grasps the concept of dividing and the relationship with multiplication they can start working with numbers. These Division Bones can help take the frustration out of practicing division. They offer the learners an opportunity to practice the division across all the times tables in a fun and rewarding way \n \nIt is essential for Foundation Phase and Intermediate Phase children need to have a solid maths foundation. Learning the concepts of Multiplication and Division are essential for all children. Once children have grasped the concept of multiplication, they move on to division. Teaching division is more about guided practice to children to become familiar with the division operation \n \nLearning the multiplication and division can be seen as being every bit as important as mastering addition and subtraction facts. Because knowing the tables well facilitates the learning of basic division facts, multi-digit multiplication, long division, most fraction math, and factoring. \n \nOften learning these aspects of division can be repetitive and boring. The Division Bones are novel way for children to practice these essential skills. There are 100 different Bones offered in this pack. This will ensure random practice of all division tables. \n

How to use the Bones:

\nEach Bone has a “slider” that can be moved to conceal part of the maths sentence. Children need to calculate which part of the maths sentence has been concealed. \n \nFor example: In Division Bones a Bone may have the Maths Sentence 45 – 9 = 5The slider can be moved to conceal any part of this maths sentence. \n \nThe Division Bones are 214mm x 60mm in dimension. \n \nThe “Bones” series of products are new to Learning Tools and we are very excited to introduce them to the South African market. \n \nThe Bones are screen printed onto the high quality yellow plastic. Research shows that black printed onto yellow materials optimises visual clarity. The Bones are manufactured and designed in according to the highest quality European standards. \n \nThe Bone is a high quality plastic product that has been manufactured with a “slider” in the centre. The slider can be moved according to the teacher’s discretion to conceal a specific part of the maths sum in question. The product offers children practical ways in which to engage in the area of learning being presented by the teacher. \n \nThis is an excellent resource for the whole class!

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