Bring Continuity To Your Curriculum
The only manipulative that grows with your students
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Now Showing: BUNDLES OF 10
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At Digi-Block, we are painfully aware of the disjointed state of today's math curriculum. For many students, math concepts quickly appear less and less connected as they move past addition and subtraction. Problem solving is like trying to pedal a bike without a chain. You can pedal as hard as you want, but with out the connections in place, your child can't get anywhere.
Our Mission: See the Connection
By incorporating Digi-Block into your curriculum, your students will never miss a connection. Because Digi-Block truly embodies our base-10 number system, it can be used to teach concepts as rudimentary as counting and as advanced as logarithms.
The Solution: Create Problem Solvers
Digi-Block is the only manipulative that grows with your students. Each increasingly sophisticated mathematical topic is elegantly modeled by our nested blocks. As your students move on to new concepts they always see the link to past topics. Digi-Block blocks are with them every step of the way. Don't believe it's possible? Check out the videos above.
Invented by Harvard Professor. Designed by IDEO.
Elon Kohlberg, a professor at the Harvard Business School, learned for himself just how hard it is to teach place value concepts to children. He began teaching his nephew the fundamentals of place value by modeling numbers with pebbles and plastic boxes. He was elated to see how helpful the makeshift model was to his nephew. Digi-Block is based on this simple, but elegant idea of packing up units into new larger units. With the help of the award-winning design firm IDEO, Elon created the only extensible physical representation of our base-10 number system. Our blocks can now be found in over 10,000 classrooms!