Concrete materials used during math: fraction bar, fraction circles, pattern blocks, base-ten blocks, connecting cubes, rules, hand-held number lines. This list is not limited to the manipulatives teachers can use.
Chart paper and markers should be used to record observations during activities and posted as anchor charts for reference.
Small or large plates (6 per student), gallon-sized plastic bags (1 per student), scissors, rulers, and at least 6 different crayon colors for the fraction plate activity.
Note books, composition books, binder and loose-leaf paper, or copy paper are suitable materials for a journal.