These hundred planks are designed around the base 10 principle. Particularly useful in number and calculation activities, pupils will more readily understand the concepts of numbers, multiplication, fractions, arithmetic and, eventually, volume.
Side: 1 cm.
Singapore method Learning how to count. Develop mathematical reasoning.
What the expert says: “When working with children with dyscalculia (or who struggle with maths), I like using material inspired by the Montessori method (coloured beads, numbers to build and base 10 wooden cubes). This hands-on multi-sensory (visual, tactile, kinesthetic) approach introduces mathematical concepts in a very progressive manner. From final year pre-school to final year primary school.” Leni Cassagnettes, Miss E and blogger at Maîtresseuh.