Several tools are available for Imagine Math 3+ students to use in the Guided Learning portion of their lesson. These tools can't be turned off or hidden; their purpose is to serve as digital manipulatives to help students visualize their learning in a tangible way. Students access these modeling helps by clicking Tools on the right side of their screen and then selecting the one they want to use.
The table below explains each tool.
Tool  Details 

Bar Model 
Use the buttons at the bottom of the screen to add bars, brackets, and/or text. 
Number Line 
This tool is highly customizable. You can set the start and end points and intervals and labels in the Settings section on the right. Use the buttons at the bottom to plot points, add text, and add jumps. 
Fraction Pieces

Click Add Bar at the bottom to get started, then choose fraction pieces from the right and drag them into your bar. 
Fraction Shapes 
Select a circle or bar shape from the right side of your screen, as well as how many shapes you want. Then use the Break Apart button on the bottom to divide the shapes into equal parts and the Color button to shade in portions of your shapes. 
Area Model 
From the the Type dropdown menu in the Settings section on the right, choose Whole Numbers or Decimals. Type in your factor at the top and the product will calculate. In this example, Factor 1 is 15 so the Tens slider is 1 and the Ones slider is 5 in Factor 1 on the right. Factor 2 is 23, so it has 2 Tens and 3 Ones. Typing in the Factor boxes on the top changes the sliders' values in the settings and vice versa. 
Base10 
From the right side of the screen, click on a type of block to select that type, then click in the work area as many times as you want to use that block. Repeat for as many different block types as you'd like to use. Click Sort and/or Group to arrange the blocks neatly on your screen. The total of the blocks automatically calculates in the Value field. 
Tip
The Freehand button in each tool allows you to select a color and a pen stroke thickness. You can then use the pen to write or draw in the workplace.