Educational Insights Foam Magnetic Fraction Circles

4804 Features: -Foam Magnetic Fraction Circles. -Plus 36 additional magnetic pieces showing fraction, decimal, and percentage equivalents. -Excellent for small – and large – group instruction. -Grades 1+. Minimum Age Requirement: -5 Years And Up. Category: -Early Development Toys. Generic Dimensions: -2.4” H x 10.9” W x 10.3” D. Dimensions: Overall Height – Top to Bottom: -2.4 Inches. Overall Width – Side to Side: -10.9 Inches. Overall Depth – Front to Back: -10.3 Inches.

Product Features

  • Circles of fraction fun
  • Giant sized for whiteboard demonstrations
  • Includes 9 color-coded magnetic fraction circles
  • Learn about halves, thirds, fourths, tenths and more
  • Also includes pieces showing fraction, decimal, and percentage equivalents

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|| Comments

    By Sandi Smith on May 24, 2015

    Easy as pie These are made of thick foam with magnetic backing. When they arrive they must be “punched out”, so to speak. This process was flawless, and none of the backing came off or tore. Though we bought them to supplement the Math we teach at home, our 4 kids have been playing with them since they arrived, which makes us very happy. They are very high quality and include the percentage and decimal equivalents of all the fractions. They stick to our whitboard without sliding, and they’re easy to…

    By Mom in VA on May 24, 2015

    Numbers rubbing off after two weeks 0

    By homeschool_mama on May 24, 2015

    Great Visual Aid For Learning Fractions! These are perfect for learning about fractions! They are made of a thick foam with a durable magnetic back. The fraction value is written on the front in a bold font to make it easily readable. The foam comes pre-cut, but the magnet is scored. You’ll have to pull them apart before you use them, but it’s pretty simple to do and leaves a nice, clean edge.They’re fun to play with on the white board and the magnets are strong enough that the pieces don’t slip. While this is meant…

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