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New kit offers fraction calculator, math manipulatives

Casio America, Inc. announces its latest solution in mathematics education, the fx-55 PLUS Manipulative Kit.
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Casio America, Inc. announces its latest solution in mathematics education, the fx-55 PLUS Manipulative Kit. The kit includes Casio’s fx-55 PLUSfraction calculator in addition to twenty other math tools designed for elementary level mathematics.

Also included is a comprehensive set of manipulatives, listed below:

• (20) sets of Fraction/Decimal Tiles w/Tray (51 pieces each)
• (1) set of Double-Sided Jumbo Magnetic QuietShape® Blank Fraction Tiles (67 pieces)
• (1) Teaching Arithmetic: Fraction Series - Set of 3 books
• (10) sets of QuietShape® Fraction Circles: Numbered (51 pieces each)
• (1) set of Fraction Pattern Blocks - 700 pieces
• (5) sets of Deluxe Fraction Squares (51 pieces each)
• (5) sets of Double-Sided Fraction/Percentage Circles (51 pieces each)
• (10) 60in/150cm Retractable Tape Measures
• (1) EAI® Colt 290 Stopwatch
• (1) Base Ten Intermediate Set: Blue Plastic (enough pieces for 13-25 students)
• (1) Set of 1000 Katie Kubes™
• (3) sets GeoModel® 5cm Folding Nets - Set of 11
• (1) set GeoModel® 10cm Folding Shapes - Set of 11 Solids and 11 Nets
• (1) 200 Chart (0-200)
• (10) 10-Sided Dice
• (10) 20-Sided Dice
• (20) SmartPAL® Sleeves
• (20) Dry-Erase Markers
• (20) CleanWipe™ Cloths
• (20) Sets of reproducible blackline masters

For additional information on Casio’s calculators, visit www.CasioEducation.com. The fx-55 PLUS Manipulative Kit will be showcased at the National Council of Teachers in Mathematics (NCTM) annual meeting in Denver, CO, April 17-20, 2013 in Casio’s booth #2121.

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