Unifix Cubes Teacher Resources
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Unifix cubes are wonderful tools that can be used to model a variety of mathematical concepts. Children will compose number two through eight by placing Unifix cubes on their paper and then coloring in the cubes they used.
Use Unifix Cubes to make math more tangible for your young pupils! A simple activity will get learners talking and collaborating...and all about MATH! In partners, learners pick a number card (these are provided, and can be simply cut...
Center for Innovation in Education
Support young mathematicians with building a strong foundational number-sense using this series of printable Unifix® cube strips. Adaptable to the teaching of a variety of different concepts, from basic counting and cardinality, to...
How many unifix cubes tall are you? If you're not sure, then perform this math activity with your class and find out. Working in pairs, young mathematicians make measuring sticks out of unifix cubes in order to determine the length of...
Learners illustrate multiplication problems using Unifix cubes. Some very nice attachments are present in this tasty lesson plan which uses baked goods to illustrate an array.
Second graders solve real world division story problems using unifix cubes. They read "A Remainder of One" and discuss the concept of remainders. They solve the division problems first with the cubes and then write the problem and answer...
Fourth graders practice making patterns using Unifix cubes and identify, analyze, and determine rules for describing numerical patterns involving operations and nonnumerical growing patterns. They also find an example of a pattern in...
In this mathematical instructional activity, students work in teams to take seven colored cubes from a bucket to create eight different colored towers.
In this measurement worksheet, students will put their shoe on their paper and trace around it. Then students will color in blank unifix cubes to match the length of their shoe.
Show the class how to find the factors of numbers. They use a variety of strategies, including unifix cubes, to find the factors of a whole number. This resource includes clear procedure to follow. Included are an anticipatory set,...
Working in a math center or an "I finished early" work station, young mathematicians will match in sequence pre-set-up rods of unifix cubes to numbers on a number line. To help differentiate tens from ones, use different colors to...
Students examine and discuss a variety of ways to measure length, capacity, and weight. They estimate and measure a pencil's length using Unifix cubes, estimate and fill a measuring cup with Unifix cubes, and weigh a calculator in a...
The gingerbread man has finally been caught, now find out how tall he is with this measurement activity. Using Unifix® cubes, marshmallows, buttons, and Cheerios, young mathematicians measure and record the height of the gingerbread man...
K-5 Math Teaching Resources
From counters and calculators to pattern blocks and Unifix cubes, this collection of printable labels has exactly what you need to bring some organization to your elementary math class.
Third graders model multiplication problems using Unifix cubes. They compute and solve problems involving addition and subtraction of 3- and 4- digit numbers and basic facts of multiplication and division. They practice mental math...
First graders measure 10 different objects found in the classroom, including their own hands and feet, then record their findings. This is a fun lesson plan for students to experience measurement using a ruler and unifix cubes.
Young scholars practice regrouping using the wonderful manipulative - unifix cubes. Once they have a tactile understanding of regrouping, students complete 5 worksheets containing addition problems that require regrouping. The worksheets...
Florida Center for Reading Research
This great activity incorporates counting, phoneme segmenting, and class photos. In pairs, learners take turns saying, counting, and checking the number of phoneme segments found in their classmates' names. They count the phonemes and...
Ever wonder how many marshmallows long your toothbrush is? Well, you're in luck! This hands-on measurement activity requires young mathematicians to determine the length of their toothbrush using Unifix® cubes, buttons, Cheerios, bear...
Utah Education Network (UEN)
The teacher will read-aloud the book Quack and Count and call upon studens to demonstrate various sums of seven. They brainstorm a list of ideas of things that can be combined or added together. They are given unifix cubes to demonstrate...
Perfect for younger elementary learners, this slide-show uses images of unifix cubes to show the process of subtraction. There is a complete example and five practice problems learners can complete as you progress through the resource.
Math Learning Center
Engage young mathematicians in developing their basic arithmetic skills with these great hands-on activities. Using Unifix® cubes to model a variety of single digit addition and subtract problems, children build a basic understanding of...
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