Learning about numbers can be tricky! For instance, students use the same numbers to represent objects, values, and time. So, it makes sense that they may struggle to understand differences when working on place value. However, it is crucial students learn differences since they will use this skill in many aspects of life, such as counting money. Thankfully, teaching place value with these resources will be sure to clear up any confusion! Students will love learning with these exciting lessons.
Students love math centers! There is always so much excitement in working with small groups on hands-on activities. Luckily, this collection has 6 activities and posters to practice place value with friends or independently.
Specifically, there are activities where students select their answers based on provided options and use base ten blocks with task cards. Additionally, there are place value board games, matching cards, place value mats, and sorting activities. There are even 3 reference posters to help guide students!
Students will have so much fun working on these activities!
Since teachers have so much to do, they are all easy to prep. Teachers just need to print, laminate, and toss into bins or folders. These resources will be ready for the entire year!
Students will need activities to reinforce place value concepts. Thankfully, this is the perfect resource!
Students will color the blocks on each card with a dry-erase marker to match the number given. If they need more challenge, they can write the number in expanded form using the picture as a reference.
Honestly, these pages are the perfect activity when teaching place value! They are great for instruction or assessment.
This comprehensive workbook will be sure to help students understand place value! There are over 120 printable activity pages, assessments, and posters!
Students work on so many concepts in scaffolded ways. So, they will begin working with ones and tens first to establish mastery of these concepts. Then, they will add in hundreds to review expanded form and addition and subtraction with place value strategies. This progression helps ensure students do not become overwhelmed or stressed out. Instead, they will guide their learning in hands-on, supportive ways.
Each lesson includes math journal activity cards, partner work, activity cards, thinking question cards, whole group lessons, and assessments! Teachers can even select which pages students complete based on different options for differentiation. The student check-in and assessment pages will help guide which pages students should work on. Best of all, students will work on similar activities at the level of difficulty that is most appropriate for them!
Students will use place value throughout their lives. So, they must build a strong foundation early on. Thankfully, teaching place value will be fun and exciting with these lessons and activities!
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