**cuisenaire** — cui·se·naire … English syllables

**Cuisenaire rods** — give students a hands on[1] elementary school way to learn elementary math concepts, such as the four basic arithmetic operations and working with fractions.[2] One of the first ed … Wikipedia

**Cuisenaire-Stäbchen** — Cuisenaire St … Deutsch Wikipedia

**Cuisenaire rods** — /kwē zə nārˈ rodz/ plural noun A set of small wooden rods, of significant related sizes and colours, used in teaching arithmetic ORIGIN: Georges Cuisenaire, 20c Belgian educationalist … Useful english dictionary

**cuisenaire rod** — ˌkwēzən¦a(ə)r , ¦e( noun also cuisenaire colored rod Usage: usually capitalized 1st C Etymology: from Cuisenaire, a trademark : any of a set of colored rods that are usually of 1 centimeter cross section and of 10 lengths from 1 to 10 centimeters … Useful english dictionary

**Cuisenaire rod** — noun Etymology: from Cuisenaire, a trademark Date: 1954 any of a set of colored rods usually of 1 centimeter cross section and of 10 lengths from 1 to 10 centimeters that are used for teaching number concepts and the basic operations of… … New Collegiate Dictionary

**Cuisenaire rods** — /kwizəˈnɛə rɒdz/ (say kweezuh nair rodz) plural noun coloured wooden blocks graduated in length, used as an aid in teaching numeracy to children. {trademark; named after the inventor, Georges Cuisenaire, 1891–1976, Belgian educationalist} … Australian English dictionary

**cuisenaire colored rod** — noun see cuisenaire rod … Useful english dictionary

**Cuisenaire rod** — /kwee zeuh nair , kwee zeuh nair /, Trademark. one of a set of 10 colored rods from 1 to 10 cm (0.4 to 4 in.) in length, used in a method of teaching the basics of arithmetic to children. * * * … Universalium

**Cuisenaire rod** — noun One of a set of coloured rods of different sizes used to teach elementary school mathematics … Wiktionary