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Didax® Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking Book, Grades 5 - 8
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Didax® Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking Book, Grades 5 - 8

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  • Title: Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking
  • Usage ideas: Highly engaging team activities generate friendly competition, and provide a reason to learn and use Algebraic concepts
  • Topic: Algebra basics
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Didax® Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking Book, Grades 5 - 8
Product Description
Didax® "Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking" Book for 5th - 8th grades provides an innovative group activity for students for better understanding by creating friendly competition.

Didax® "Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking" Book of 136 pages provides a chance to play with big mathematical ideas using dice and colored tiles. Book makes learning fun with a CD included for interactive whiteboard/computer.

  • Title: Dice Activities For Algebraic Thinking
  • Usage ideas: Highly engaging team activities generate friendly competition, and provide a reason to learn and use Algebraic concepts
  • Topic: Algebra basics
  • Number of pages: 136
  • Author: Chet Delani and Mary Saltus
  • Middle school students explore the idea of algebra as a "balancing act" using dice and colored tiles
  • Highly engaging team activities generate friendly competition, and provide a reason to learn and use algebraic concepts
  • Dice and tile activities address the CCSS of number and operations and algebra as well as the mathematical practices of reasoning and problem solving
  • Includes CD with a digital edition of the book as well as a "dice roller" for use with your interactive whiteboard or computer to make the activities fun for the whole class
  • When given the opportunity to "play" with big mathematical ideas, students naturally acquire the algebra basics - using symbols to denote mathematical functions, using a variable (n) to represent an unknown, writing and solving simultaneous equations
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Audience Students
Media Format Printed Book
Education Subject Matter Math
School Grade Junior High
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