Here are five pieces of digital content a teacher might choose from StarrMatica’s library to use math manipulatives to foster concept development through visual models and problem solving situations.
Use these interactive balances to show the relationship between addition problems or to find the sum to balance and equation.
Create a bar graph or a pie graph using your own data.
Use this virtual manipulative to create equivalent fractions and see them plotted on a number line.
Click the control panel to set one or two rules for the function machine. Then place each number in the stream to see the results.
How do you use math manipulatives in your classroom?