These little coins are 2.5cm in diameter with a peg on the bottom for placing into our ten, twenty or hundred frames. Each coin is colour coded to show the number as it is skip counted up to its multiple of ten.
These coins can be used to create a full chart when combined with our hundreds frame, for use when practicing multiplication and division. What is 3 times 5? Place one finger on the 3 at the top of the chart and 5 at the side. Then follow the row/column towards the middle of the board until your fingers meet and that's the answer!
Reverse for division by starting with the larger number. What is 63 divided by 7? In the 7 column, find the coin for 63 and which row is it on? That's your answer to 63 divided by 7! Remove certain numbers from the board and ask your child what's missing? Then they replace the coins to finish the board.
This listing is for the coins only.
Recommended for ages 3 and above.