Hands-on Activities for Teaching Place Value • Teacher Thrive
Place value is one of the foundations of math, so it makes sense that when our students don’t understand it at a conceptual level, they struggle when learning new concepts (e.g. multiplying and dividing by powers of ten). Teachers are pressured to move kids through a curriculum when they know what their students need is solid […]
Activity for ages 6 to 8. Place value is such an important math concept for early learners because it builds a solid foundation of number sense. This apple-themed place value match up will be the perfect addition to your small group math instruction or your math centers this fall! Scroll down to grab your freebie […]
FREE Printable Math Place Value Rainbow Activity - Homeschool Giveaways
Facebook Twitter Pinterest You cannot go wrong with this “tasty” and colorful pace value activity printable. This free printable is a hands-on rainbow math place value activity to teach your kids tens and ones place. Hands-on manipulatives are perfect for teaching the tricking concept of place value and what numbers represent. I won’t lie, probablyRead More
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This is a fun game to help your students practice solidify, and understand place value. The teacher either rolls a die or draws number cards and says the number aloud to the class. The student then puts the number in whichever place value they think will help them make the biggest number. The teache...