# Omnifix Cubes from Assessment Services, Inc.

**Omnifix Cubes from Assessment Services, Inc.**

I’m going to come clean and admit that I have a love/hate for math…just leave out the love part.Ā I’m a relatively smart person, but math has always been a thorn in my side.Ā I mean an orange is an orange and a horse is a horse (of course of course – oh, did I ever date myself with that), but math concepts, to me anyway, have been somewhat evasive.Ā I breezed through English and Science, but I didn’t think that I would ever pass Algebra and Geometry.

### I need a solid grasp of basic math, doesn’t everyone?

We use math in our day to day lives.Ā I don’t think that there is a day that goes by, that I don’t use math in some way or another*. *I use subtraction, division, multiplication, fractions, etc. when preparing orders, balancing my accounts, cooking and crafting. *Manipulatives* are wonderful tools to help with math concepts, and I want to tell you about one particular *manipulative*, today.

#### Omnifix Cubes

Assessment Services, Inc. graciously sent me a set of 500 Omnifix Cubes.Ā They arrived in a see through sturdy plastic bin, with a securely fitting lid.

With a connector on all six faces, Omnifix Cubes are joined in any direction to create rods and blocks or geometric and abstract forms. Students in the middle elementary grades and up can explore spacial relationships, number bases, fractions, cubed numbers, tessellations, and more. Omnifix Cubes can be used with any math curriculum that specifies linking cubes. They come in four brilliant colors and measure 2cm. Students snap flat shapes together to form a permanent cube which can then be joined to other cubes.

Grades 3-12

I am going to be sending these to my grandchildren out in Colorado.Ā I know that they will serve them well for many years to come.Ā Their use and learning with these cubes, will grow with them, as they continue their journey through Elementary, Middle and even High School!

### About Assessment Services, Inc.

At Assessment Services, Inc. we believe in the importance of hands on learning. Thatās why we are one of the leading manufacturers and suppliers of educational manipulatives. Our learning tools are designed with educational enrichment in mind. From math manipulatives like algebra tiles and base ten blocks to reading and science manipulatives, our products help connect children with valuable concepts in classrooms around the world.

If youāre a parent or teacher searching for hands on tools to explain complex math, science or reading lessons to your students, our classroom materials can help. Shop today for great prices on geoboards, pattern blocks, magnet sets, unifix cubes, life science activities and more. Weāre sure our products can improve your lesson plans and make your learning environment even more engaging. We even offer tips and resources for parents and teachers to improve the childrenās learning habits and help them make learning more fun.

Head on over to Assessment Services, Inc. and check out all the great products that they offer, to help children (and adults) to master these important core subjects.Ā Be sure to take advantage of the Parent and Teacher *Corners, *where you can find:

- Reading Tips
- Math and Science Crafts
- Kid’s Math and Science Projects
- Free Resources for Teachers

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Disclaimer:

This product was received from the Company for review purposes only. All thoughts and words in this post is my own and I was not paid to endorse it. I am only voicing my opinion about this product.

As a teacher I can see so many benefits for children learning math.

These help develop hand eye coordination and fine motor skills. Love the colors!

I think children would have lot of fun with these. Thank you!

This looks like a nice educational toy for children.

These are interesting! Thanks for sharing!

My favorite part is that they easily snap together

Interesting toys, my son would like these. Wish they had these at local stores.

How neat! I think these would be great for any family with a young child!

this sounds like a great product to help you learn more about math

This sounds like a wonderful learning tool , I am always interested in new techniques to help my son learn different approaches.

this would be nice for our children to use to learn math. i think it is really cool.

Interesting toys, my son would like these. Wish they had these at local stores.

I love this concept it is very important for hands on with not just kids but some adults ( like me) that does better with hands on learning, I will have to check these out for my grankids

These are great.

This would’ve been great when my kids were little!

My kids are grown up so this really isn’t anything I’d be interested in at this point. If they were still young, it’d be a different story. These are good learning tools.

What a clever idea! Definitely something I would use with kids.

I like that you can form cubes with these. Such a great learning tool!

What a wonderful learning tool. This will be a must with my 2 year old once he starts schoose.

I like these educational toys and games. Good for the kids

As a homeschool dad these are awesome! I had not seen them before , but they are on our school wishlist now!

These are unique and cool.

These would be great for my classroom.

I’ve never heard of these. I’m going to look into them for my sister and her kids. Lol. Yep. I said my sister too. She knows how to do price tags and can do percentages for sales and that’s about it. My daughter and I have to help her kids with their math homework. She’s got three kids so it gets time consuming. Maybe we can teach her and then she can help them?

Awesome, these are great! Anything to help make learning fun!

These are a great tool tolearn with and kids love them

Looks like a nice educational toy.

These look to be a wonderful teaching tool. A good way to make learning math more fun.

This is a great way for kids too learn things with cubes thanks

What a great tool in helping to learn.

such an awesome idea

I love this hands on learning kit! The colorful cubes sure would make graspong the concepts of Math more fun!

Make learning more enjoyable.

These cubes are perfect! I work with math and this would be great for kids and adults! My sons are 6 and 8 and would be great to learn shapes, math, equations!

I have friends who are math teachers, so I will forward this on to them and see if they use them already. Then I will get a set for my daughter and grandsons.

wow these are cool and fun

What a neat concept. I love toys that are fun and educational.

perfect for preschoolers and past time for kids.

That is a really good idea!

What a super fun building toy that would encourage learning.

What a great educational tool for kids!

My 5 yr old granddaughter is in kindergarten and could use a set of these Omnifix Cubes. They would help her to learn addition, subtraction, division, multiplication and fractions. I think this hands on method to learn math is very useful and more enjoyable for children.

They look like a lot of fun.

These are great! I could have used these back in the day when my son needed a better understand of math.

I think this would make learn & understand several aspects of math much more fun & easier to grasp. My son has occupational issues with his hands & anything that would help him grow his strength in his hands is a plus

My niece really struggles with math. I think something like this would really help her.

What a great resource for parents and kids for science and games.

I love that there are educational toys that are out there. I feel kids learn best by doing and playing. I get so tired of seeing kids playing video games whatever happened to playing outside or playing while using your brains?

These are awesome!

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What a great, fun learning tool. This would definitely keep kids engaged.

This would be awesome for my five year old grand daughter and her Mom. Thanks for the information!

These would be great for my son.

It’s amazing how far technology has come, and but we learn as children the basic skills. Sometimes, as we get older we lose some of that learning. It’s nice that even though some things need a how to guide to use, there are still basic easy skills we learn that help us keep the knowledge and continue to learn without losing ourselves into the technological age.

Great way to making math fun. Would have been great for when my teen was a kid although she’s pretty good at math now.

Great ideas and resources. As a teacher, these will come in handy.

The set of 500 Omnifix Cubes look like a great visual tool for learning math.

I love this box. My son has autism and I think this box would be wonderful for him.