Base 10 Number Set (Invicta)
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- BASE 10 NUMBER STRUCTURE SET
- Each piece clearly marked in centimetre squares to show how each unit relates to the whole
- Set consist of cubes (units), rods (tens), flats (hundreds) and blocks (thousands)
- Helps children learn basic mathematical concepts like addition, subtraction and place value
- Fully interlocking system allows pupils to join the components together for easy use
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Base 10 blocks help children to learn basic mathematical concepts including addition, subtraction and place value. Base ten sets consist of cubes (units), rods (tens), flats (hundreds) and blocks (thousands). The Invicta standard range of Base Ten components are colour coded with each piece marked in centimetre squares to highlight how each unit relates to the whole. The original Invicta Base Ten Number Structure Set consists of 100 yellow cube units, 10 green rods, 10 blue flats and 1 red block. Size: Pack size: 30cm x 11.5cm x 11cm
Top Customer Reviews
It is useful as a learning aid and to compliment the Cuisenaire rods.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Perfect for grasping the concept of units, tens,hundreds etcPublished 21 months ago by Geraldine Harding
I think the wooden sets are better as the colour is the same across all the numbers.Published 21 months ago by Diane McDonnell
I'm sure these are a great learning aid but I haven't a clue how to use them and they come with no instructions whatsoever. Does the big red block come apart? Read morePublished on 31 May 2014 by Lpl
I used this to help a child who was struggling to understand what happened after you got to 99 or 199 or 299 etc... Read morePublished on 28 Feb. 2014 by Michelle Wootton
I must be missing something. Seems to complicate things. Use fingers, matches, an abacus, anything else! A waste of money for me.Published on 18 Nov. 2013 by Sarah72
What a product! Teaching maths to children in LKS 1 and 2 has become so much easier. Definitely an aid to learning maths. Works wonder with my kids. Read morePublished on 12 Oct. 2013 by 007
Excellent product and company. They arrived in less than 24 hours. Exactly the same as the ones my little boy has at school so hopefully they will help him.Published on 27 Sept. 2013 by Sally robinson