Place Value FREEBIES - on this one children roll the dice to create a number then write it in words, tens and one, and color the grid. They also add 1 and 10 and take 1 and 10. A similar worksheet for 3 digit numbers is also included.
Decimal Place Value Anchor Chart - I used this idea and edited it slightly by having the students use grid paper to create squares 10cm by 10cm. We subdivided them to drive home that the more you "cut" a shape the smaller the pieces are, something that is more abstract for students to grasp.
This is the perfect game for kids, in or out of the classroom! It's such a fun way to practice math skills and vocabulary. I use these in a math center or for indoor recess. Check out the various game board versions.
This set is perfect if you have a little, blue pocket chart for a classroom calendar!Teach place value in a fun way!Included in this set:*Place Value popsicle stick calendar cards for 1-31. Color of cards follow a repeating pattern.*Place Value sign to post next to your calendar and keep track of the tens and ones each day. *Practice pages to help enforce the place value grid and also expanded form.*Place value song: Thats How Place Value Goes.