Integer Bars: Learning Fractions and more with On-line Manipulatives

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Integer Bars (cuisenaire rods): Hands-on to learn almost every math concept — number sense, basic math skills (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division), fractions, algebra, and more. Includes a lesson plan.

1 July 2012 Edit: 3 April 2021

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NSW Mathematics K-10 Syllabus
Number and AlgebraMA1-5NA Addition and SubtractionMA1-6NA Multiplication and DivisionMA1-7NA Fractions and DecimalsMA2-4NA Whole NumbersMA2-6NA Multiplication and DivisionMA2-7NA Fractions and DecimalsMA3-4NA Whole NumbersMA3-5NA Addition and SubtractionMA3-6NA Multiplication and DivisionMA3-7NA Fractions, Decimals and PercentagesMA4-4NA Computation with IntegersMA4-5NA Fractions, Decimals and PercentagesMA4-7NA Ratios and Rates
NSW Curriculum New
Number and algebraCombining and separating quantitiesMA1-CSQ Combining and separating quantitiesMA1-CSQ-01 Combining and separating quantitiesForming groupsMA1-FG Forming groupsMA1-FG-01 Forming groupsRepresenting numbers using place valueMA2-RN Representing numbers using place valueMA2-RN-01 Representing numbers using place valueMA2-RN-02 Representing numbers using place valueRepresents numbersMA3-RN Represents numbersMA3-RN-01 Represents numbersMA3-RN-02 Represents numbersAdditive relationsMA3-AR Additive relationsMA3-AR-01 Additive relationsMultiplicative relationsMA2-MR Multiplicative relationsMA2-MR-01 Multiplicative relationsMA3-MR Multiplicative relationsMA3-MR-01 Multiplicative relationsMA4-INT-C-01 Computation with integersMA4-FRC-C-01 Fractions, decimals and percentagesRatios and ratesMA4-RAT-C-01 Ratios and ratesMeasurement and spaceGeometric measureMA1-GM Geometric measureMA1-GM-03 Geometric measure

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