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Learning Resources 120 Number Board, Tray & Numbered Tiles, Common Core Math, 181 Piece, Ages 6+

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DISCOVER, build and count your way to math Proficiency with this board that introduces patterns, sequencing, place value, and much more
VERSATILE Math board and tiles provide tangible objects to illustrate, teach, experience, and understand abstract Math concepts
Learn: identify numbers, count by 1 or skip count, identify odds and evens, add and subtract, and more.
Double-sided board features numbers printed on the front and a blank grid for patterning and graphing on the Reverse
Ages 6+

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Build, count, and discover the world of 120! introduce number patterns, sequencing, place value, odd and even numbers, and much more. Double-sided board features numbers printed on the front and a blank grid for additional patterning and graphing activities on the reverse. Includes durable plastic board and 180 plastic tiles, including transparent blanks in two colors for highlighting. Meets Common Core State Standards. Board measures 12″l x 12″H.

Specification: Learning Resources 120 Number Board, Tray & Numbered Tiles, Common Core Math, 181 Piece, Ages 6+

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 14.5 × 12.5 × 1.5 in

13 reviews for Learning Resources 120 Number Board, Tray & Numbered Tiles, Common Core Math, 181 Piece, Ages 6+

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  1. Lesley Brooks

    I’m a teacher, so I know that mastery of 0-120 is a first grade Common Core Math standard. I bought this for my son, who is in first grade. I love that it’s two-sided (blank and numbered). I also like the clear colored tiles to practice skip counting and looking for number patterns (all the numbers with 6 in the ones place, etc). I put the number tiles in a pencil pouch and the colored squares in coin purses to keep them all from dumping everywhere when he opens the box. I would have given five stars if there were 60 tiles of the same color to mark all the even or all the odd numbers.Read more

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  2. Caroline

    As an educator, I researched many hundreds boards before purchasing this one for my grandchildren. I was put off at first because this board goes up to 120 instead of 100, but realized it’s perfect for teaching the concept that numbers above 100 just start over again. The plastic board and tiles are of good quality and the larger size is so much better for little fingers to manipulate. Unlike most other boards, this one has actual spaces for each number to go into, so it’s easier to get the tiles out if your child makes a mistake. I like the fact that one side of the board has the numbers printed for beginners and the spaces on the other side are blank for when the child becomes more proficient. The colored see-through tiles will be great for patterning and sequencing. There is no bag for the number tiles, but a gallon size bag can hold them plus the directions sheet to give you ideas of how to use the board in different ways. This set costs a bit more than the cheaper, smaller wooden version, but is well worth it.Read more

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  3. Gail

    This is a great 100s chart set, and it’s important to be able to go PAST 100, which is why we chose this set. I love the red and green chips that are opaque (see through to the numbers below them when used). It is very helpful when learning about relationships between numbers (ten more, ten less, for example). It’s also helpful for skip-counting (by 2s, 3s, or whatever). The back is blank so that the child can figure out the missing numbers if you fill in just selected numbers. I had to separate the actual number squares into groups of 10, so that it is easier for the chld to use them (I keep them in clear plastic cups inside of ziplock bags for easier use). I would have given it 5 stars if these squares were easier to remove.Read more

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  4. carriesk

    There are so many great ways to use this number tool. One side is numbered under the tiles and the other is blank. I don’t know how well the numbers on the tiles will hold up but the pieces and board themself are sturdy. As long as the printed numbers last, I can see us getting a lot of use out of this board. It’s too bad there isn’t a way to keep the numbers in the board w/o having to keep the tray flat because I guarantee your child will tip the box over getting it out of the cupboard and you will hear all the tiles moving around in the box. Your going to get very good at counting to 120! Ha!Read more

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  5. Amazon Customer

    My son and I enjoy using this number board, but we received two “73” and no “74”. Unfortunately, I did not discover this until the return period had expired. Really bummed.Read more

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  6. Jessica Zubaly

    Came in great condition and was an instant hit during our math practice. However, it came with two 30 tiles and missing a 28. So, will have to decide if worth the hassle of exchanging or simply dealing with it by writing 28 on the back of on of the 30 tiles.Read more

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  7. bam

    This is an excellent product from Learning Resources. One side of the number board has the numbers printed in each space as a visual cue while the other side has blank spaces for the number tiles to fit into. Also included are see through tiles in 2 different colors to use in the activities described in the guide (more, less, skip counting, even or odd, addition and subtraction, patterns and graphs). A creative teacher or parent could devise many more ways to use this quality set (memory games, missing numbers in a sequence, counting backwards, 2-digit addition and subtraction, etc).Read more

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  8. Holly

    My 5 yr old is on the spectrum and loves numbers, so I surprised him with this wonderful learning board. I liked that it goes past 100, as he can count to 1000. The board has one numbered side and one blank, which is perfect for learning math. I was happy to find some blank colored squares to add spacing or to practice patterns. This is a great learning tool for preschool and elementary school kiddos. My son is delighted with this number board and uses it daily.Read more

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  9. Sarah

    Ce jeu est fantastique. Je le recommande pour les jeunes de maternelle et du premier cycle. Celà renforce la connaissance et maîtrise du système de numérisation en base 10. Il contient différent petit jeux à faire avec vos petits. Même eux apprécieront l’utiliser.Read more

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  10. Tingting W.

    I love the texture of those tiles, especially the coloured ones, reminding me of the candy that I had when I was little. But it drove me crazy when my younger daughter grabbed the tiles and threw them everywhere, especially later on I found a piece of two laying around the room. So keep away from the younger kids.Read more

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  11. Amazon Customer

    Good quality hard plastics, we love the pink and green squares that can be placed on a number to assist in skip counting, determining sums, and gain understanding on which number is greater or less than.Read more

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  12. Amazon Customer

    I really like this set. It’s a great learning tool for preschoolers. All numbered tiles were included. Good quality and a lot of different options to play and learn.Read more

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  13. LS

    the number tiles are in very good quality, solid and easy to hold. I thought the tiles will be like a thin layer of plastic, but not at all. they just feel like the tiles in the bananagrams game, way better than expected, 5 stars!Read more

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