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  • Chelsea

    I've kept busy this summer helping elementary students develop an understanding of math. One of their favorite activities is using Place Value Styrofoam Cups. I saw this idea on Pinterest and decided to give it a try. We use the cups to: understand place value practice counting forward and backward learn the names of large numbers decompose numbers to expanded form I've given cup sets to several teachers and they have reported very positive results. This p

  • Elizabeth K

    Interactive math ideas - scientific notation

  • Stine Krogh-hansen

    Teaching Place Value: Directions for making a set of place value styrofoam cups. They can be used to understand place value, practice counting forward and backward, learn the names of large numbers, and decompose numbers to expanded form. The kids I have used these with really enjoy them!

  • Selina McKenna

    Plastic cup place value. What a clever idea for teaching place value.

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