Math Place Value
I love this idea for the place value! I learned it a similar way with the houses living next to each other its a fun way for children to remember, place values! 4.NBT.3: Generalize place value understanding for multi-digit whole numbers. This chart is useful to hang in your future classrooms because it allows students a visual to reference examples for place values
FREEBIE: The common core standard K.NBT is for students to work with numbers 11-19 to gain foundations for place value. This can be tricky for kids who are just learning to count one to one objects. I suggest practicing this with real objects like unifix cubes and doing a lot of hands on modeling before giving students these practice sheets from Teacher Laura.
Kindergarten Yahtzee - All they have to do is roll 2 dice and cross out the sum. They keep going until they have crossed out all of the numbers.
Math center idea for tens and ones. use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice. The 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place. If they roll a 6 and 4 they write down 64 and then they draw the picture. You can add more dice for larger numbers.
"Roll the Dice"; partners take turns rolling 1 die at a time and placing it in the box to represent the given digit. After all the dice are placed they read their (2 or 3) digit number aloud to their partner. Encourage stu- dents to use the talk card as they play the game. Whoever has the greater number earns a chip and the partners roll the dice again.
A great way to introduce ten-frames, tape off a ten-frame (s) on the floor and a have the kiddos fill them in. You can add or subtract students as you please.