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Virtual Manipulatives for Teaching Mathematics

Didax has developed a wide assortment of virtual manipulatives for mathematics educators to use with their students. The apps are free, user friendly, very intuitive, and work well with any program your teachers may be using for mathematics instruction.

Virtual Manipulatives

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Unifix Cubes

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Tens Frame (1-20)

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Tens Frame (1-100)

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Number Line

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20-Piece Rekenrek

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100-Piece Rekenrek

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Fraction Tiles & Number Line

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Two Color Counters

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120 Number Board

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Color Tiles

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Base Ten Blocks

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Math Balance

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Spinner

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Pattern Blocks

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Place Value Disks

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Geoboard

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Prime Factor Tiles

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Algebra Tiles

TOY THEATER

Toy Theater offers a wide variety of virtual manipulatives for mathematics. This site includes tools that are challenging to find elsewhere.

Mathigon Virtual Manipulative Pad

Mathigon offers a single virtual pad that can be used to engage students in lessons requiring polygon shapes, tangrams, pentominoes, number tiles, probability, and other relevant and useful apps. 

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Whiteboard.fi

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Math at Home (MLC)

Other Useful Visual Virtual Tools

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