|Colour||Red and Yellow|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||LER7566|
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Learning Resources LER7566 Two-Color Counters, Set of 200 Red and Yellow 1 in
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- Set of 200 double-sided plastic counters (red on one side, yellow on the other)
- Model math concepts such as counting, sorting, patterning, and probability
- Perfect for use on 10-frame boards
- Counters are 1" in diameter
- Ideal for ages 5+
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Two-color plastic counters are perfect for modeling math concepts, such as counting, sorting, patterning, and probability. Includes Activity Guide.
Many Math Uses
Line them up to count by ones. Stack them high to count by tens. Flip them to learn about probability. Use the colors for sorting and patterning.
Make your own simple 10-frames on paper and lay these counters on top to teach important early math skills.
Plenty of Activities
Included activity guide gives you idea starters on how to use these two-color counters.
Counters are 1" in diameter, making them easy for small hands to grasp.
These chips are double-sided for twice the versatility. Chips are red on one side, yellow on the other.
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Edit: I just received the second package and, after opening it, found that it is also missing pieces.
Reviewed in the United States on 26 November 2017
Reviewed in the United States on 14 February 2021