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  • Brady Weller

    Here's a nice post on using place value cards in second grade to help students understand decomposing numbers and expanded form.

  • Tracy Alford

    great way to teach place value

  • Sarah Kelly

    place value printable cards

  • Amy Mendez

    Made these for my kiddos when we were learning place value. Really handy tool for kids.

  • michele markowitz

    Place value cards...reminds me of Singapore math

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Place value…there's no freebies here, but this is a GREAT way to help older students who are having a problem understanding place value!

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Pinner writes, "Love this. If I had seen this when I was a kid I would have actually understood place value."

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Place Value Game- This could easily be modified for decimals. You could even create a page with blanks for students to fill in. Then you could have them order the numbers too.

Place Value. This would be neat to do during fall and have something for the kids to show off in the hall or in the classroom!

I like these better than place value strips. AND if you read on...she provides a link where you can print these for FREE!!! Sweet nibblets!

Here's a place value game board for working on three- and four-digit numbers.

Place value war - arrange into what they believe is the highest place value, and include speed to make it more challenging.

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

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