# Operations Hop Carpet Sticker

Use this carpet sticker to learn about and differentiate between the operations and their symbols in math. Great for expanding math vocabulary and solving mixed operation word problems.

\$95.00

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### Familiarize students with mathematical operations!

The Operations Hop Carpet stickers are the perfect tools for hands-on activities teaching mathematical operations. This carpet sticker is great for any elementary school hallway or classroom with a low pile carpet. Reading multi-step word problems and writing number sentences will come easy!

The Operations Hop depicts and names the following mathematical operations and symbols: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, and less than or equal to. Students will expand their elementary math vocabulary as they step and jump on the carpet sticker.

Many students struggle with word problems in math, especially when they are learning so many ways to manipulate numbers. Unfamiliar vocabulary and mixed operations can make word problems a nightmare in math class. Use the Operations Hop sticker to set your students up for success with multistep word problems.

Also available: Operations Hop Floor Mat, Operations Hop Floor Sticker (for regular floor surfaces)

#### Product Details

Materials: Each sticker is 6.6 mm thick and laminated for extra protection. For best results, install stickers on short nap/low pile carpets.

Dimensions: 22 x 95 inches

Includes: addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, greater than, greater than or equal to, less than, and less than or equal to

*Note: Many factors go into installing our stickers. Please check out our guide and general FAQ page for more information and instructions.

#### Sample Activity: Word Problems

• Give your students a word problem.
• Students will identify which operation is mentioned in the word problem. Have them jump to that symbol box on the sticker and say the name of the operation aloud.
• Finally, have your students write out the number sentence using numerals and symbols.