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  • Re: Not Pin Moors but they work

    So sorry. I thought I was replying separately to each of you. I didn't mean to fill up the page. LOL. I can't get to the gallery either and I couldn't post a pic here either. So, just search for "Base Ten Rods" and you will find them.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Grannyto8boys on Tue, Feb 11 2014
  • Re: Not Pin Moors but they work

    I uploaded a pic on my gallery (I think). Search for "Base Ten Rods". They are green a foam style. Don't get the wooden or plastic ones by mistake. I searched and found them all over the place from $3.99 to over $20.00. My store here only sells the plastic ones now. : C
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Grannyto8boys on Thu, Feb 6 2014
  • Re: Not Pin Moors but they work

    I don't know if I did it right but put a pic in my gallery. They are called Base Ten rods. They are a math manipulative tool. Just search Base Ten rods but don't get the plastic or wood ones by accident. Only buy the green foam ones.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Grannyto8boys on Thu, Feb 6 2014
  • Re: Not Pin Moors but they work

    I wasn't real sure how to post the pic, so I made a gallery. My computer is satellite internet and very slow, so i only uploaded one pic but put more info on the gallery page. Hope you find it and it works for you.
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Grannyto8boys on Thu, Feb 6 2014
  • Base Ten rods-not PinMoors but they work.

    It took forever to upload this one pic of the Base ten rods I have. Search the internet for Base Ten rods (Math manipulatives). I found many places that sell them. BE SURE to get the FOAM ones that are green and not the wooden or plastic ones. They were developed by a man named George Cuisanaire. ( I think). The orignal rods we used to get were called
    Posted to Grannyto8boys's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Grannyto8boys on Thu, Feb 6 2014
  • Not Pin Moors but they work

    I really wanted to use those Pinmoors, but they cost so much. I found some substitutes in my grandsons math box. They are called base ten rods. They are made from some cushiony but firm material. They are much smaller too which I find helpful because those big ones got in my way (tried a friends). I used the single cubes but found them a bit too small
    Posted to Share Your Tips (Forum) by Grannyto8boys on Wed, Feb 5 2014
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