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Tip Sheets are printable PDF documents with a summary of the information available on the tool's Support Wiki page.

Represent numbers, ratios and percents. Explore patterns and measurement. Create geometric designs. Users can change colours, create mirror images, rotate, and copy selections. Support Wiki

Represent fractions by dragging pieces from the fraction tower into the workspace. Pieces can be placed in a line to form a train. Manipulate the pieces and trains to compare and order fractions or to model fraction operations. Support Wiki

Represent various amounts using realistic images of Canadian coins and bills. Customize the money tray, drag money singly or in multiples of 2, 5, and 10, and annotate work. Support Wiki

Write solutions, sketch diagrams, import pictures, create graphs and record your mathematical thinking. Use one of four backgrounds: grid, isometric dot, lined or blank. Support Wiki

Represent, compare, order and operate on whole numbers and integers using vectors, hops, magnitude bars, number ribbons or points on the number line. This dynamic tool makes it easy to zoom in, pan and switch betweeen horizontal and vertical number lines. Support Wiki

Use the Rekenrek to build understanding of whole numbers, number relationships, and strategic reasoning for counting, addition, subtraction and multiplication. Relate numbers to the anchors of 5 and 10. Use the annotation tools and imported images to communicate solutions. Support Wiki

Represent, compare, order, and operate on whole numbers, fractions or decimals by dragging rods from the tower into the workspace and manipulating them. The colour scheme of the rods can be customized, including to a traditional and a primary palette which are similar to physical manipulatives. Support Wiki

Sets of objects can be generated randomly or designed by the user. Sort and classify objects. Create patterns. Represent, compose and decompose whole numbers, tenths, and fractions. Explore experimental probability. Support Wiki