This math wheel has been a favorite with my second grader and an added bonus is that my kindergartner can also use it! The math wheel was originally created and intended to be used for multiplication but it can also be used for division, addition, and subtraction.
How to use the math wheel:
Fill in the slots with either our wooden coins found HERE or our dry erase coins found HERE. For a fun hands on approach, fill in the circular slots with salt, sugar, or flour and trace the numbers in by using our wooden stylus pencils or a stick. Our personal favorite is filling in the slots with play-doh!
Please note that this is for the purchase of one wooden math wheel. Any other manipulatives shown are not included.
We only use all natural and organic hardwoods like maple, walnut, and cherry for all our wooden toy products. Each wooden board is hand selected by us and only the very best is used. All wooden toy products are handmade in the U.S.A. in our small shop located on our property in Pennsylvania. To learn more about our materials used for our wooden toys, click HERE.
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