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    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.

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    • Erica Marlin

      Math 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.

    • Skye Harris

      Dice For Place Value ... First dice is the first number and the second dice is the second number. For example, they roll a 5 then a 6. The number would be 56. They then must draw a picture to show what it looks like. #Teach #Teaching #Math

    • kellyrobertson

      Math center idea for tens and ones. use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice- 1st number is for the tens place and the 2nd one is for the ones place.

    • Paul and lisa Grabiel

      Math center idea for tens and ones. I use foam dice so they don't make any noise. Student rolls 2 dice and stamps.

    • Susan Ripley

      Each student will need a paper, 2 dice and crayons or a pencil. The directions from Pinterest were these: 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. I love that students are able to write and draw the number for extra practice!!

    • Ana Mathis

      great math ideas for 1st grade using a variety of manipulatives.

    • Alison Spear

      Grade 2 Math Number A4: Place value drawing

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