How to teach Place Value in Math with this easy game. More math with movement activities for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade and beyond.

How to Teach Place Value in Math

How to teach Place Value in Math with this easy game. Students use a fly swatter to "whack" the number in the correct place value as called out to the student.

place value game, kids draw three cards, then build the number with hundreds, tens and ones cards, could also do with base ten blocks

place value game, kids draw three cards, then build the number with hundreds, tens and ones cards, could also do with base ten blocks. (Could also choose 6 cards for third grade)

Classroom DIY: DIY Base Ten Blocks.  This is brilliant! Get this in the kitchen section of Dollar Tree and make class sets of base ten blocks very inexpensively!

DIY Base Ten Blocks for Demonstration

FREE task cards make the perfect place value activities for a 2nd grade classroom.

Place Value Task Cards

Free place value task cards that focus on comparing numbers, base ten blocks, expanded form, skip counting and more!

FREE Place Value I Have, Who Has? Game #kids #elementary #math

Free Place Value I Have, Who Has

This ket to know you game will have kids comparing place values and determining the number all by themselves by the end of class.

Base Ten Around the Room - FREEBIE!... Math, Numbers, Place Value  Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd Activities, Fun Stuff, Printable...Grab this fun activity to help your students practice Base Ten! Simply cut out and hang the cards around the classroom. Students will use their recording sheet to travel around the room and doing the following on their recording sheet:

Grab this fun activity to help your students practice Base Ten! Simply cut out and hang the cards around the classroom. Students will use their rec.

This math craft is perfect for using with students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade who are working with base ten. It aligns with Common Core StandardCCSS.MATH.CONTENT.1.NBT.B.2 and will fit into your math curriculum activities for teaching students represent numbers using base ten blocks. All the templates pictured are included, making this a fun and easy activity to complete with your kiddos. It's fun, engaging, and simple to do!

Base Ten Blocks Math Craft

Place Value Bingo *Base 10 Blocks* - Use   ten frames for primary grades

Place Value Game - Base Ten Block Review

Place Value Bingo *Base 10 Blocks* - Use ten frames for primary grades. Could adapt this for upper grades by adding numbers in word, number, expanded form

Place Value Freebie for Thanksgiving  Thanksgiving with all it's turkey stuffing and family celebrations is coming up fast! Looking for a way to practice place value with your students before the holiday? This Place Value Practice freebie is just what you need! Students will practice their understanding of ones tens hundreds and base ten blocks (place value blocks). Click here or on the image to grab it. If you download it please consider taking a moment and leaving some short feedback. I am…

Place Value Freebie for Thanksgiving

Classroom Freebies Too: Place Value Freebie!

Place Value Freebie!

FREE ~ place value practice for deeper understanding of 2 digit addition ~ roll it ~ write it ~ build it ~ draw it ~ write it in expanded notation ~ first grade math ~ common core ~ CooL ScHooL Stuff!,Education,First Gra

8 Activities to promote place value understanding through the use of base ten blocks.

The Math Spot - Elementary math resources that merge researched based elementary math techniques with real life classrooms.

This free frog themed resource is designed to help develop conceptual understanding of one less/ more and ten less/ more for numbers 0-120 using base ten blocks with first and second graders.

This free frog themed resource is designed to help develop conceptual understanding of one less/ more and ten less/ more for numbers using base ten blocks with first and second graders.

This fun Christmas themed place value activity lets your students complete a 100s chart puzzle to reveal a fun mystery picture. First graders identify numbers from base ten blocks, expanded form and tens and ones.

This fun Christmas themed place value activity lets your students complete a 100s chart puzzle to reveal a fun mystery picture. First graders identify numbers from base ten blocks, expanded form and tens and ones.

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