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What do those symbols mean? How are they used? Dig into math operations with these colorful learning tools!
Students choose a numeral from 0 to 9 or a math symbol such as the plus, minus, multiplication, division, or equal sign. They may need several of each numeral.
Using a Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencil on oaktag or poster board, sketch the numeral or symbol large enough to fill the paper.
Fill the numeral or symbol with various patterns and designs using colored pencils and Crayola Washable Markers.
Cut out the Hands-Up Math pieces with Crayola Scissors.
For extra strength, cover the numerals and signs in clear plastic adhesive.
Use Hands-Up Math to solve problems, demonstrate math concepts, and keep score when playing games.
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