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Great blog to follow. Does Whole Brain Teaching and has a cool fluency activity with WBT as well. Station game-great for beginning of year review/station 3rd Grade

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.

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Players: 2Directions to make game:1.Make 2 copies of the place value cards.2.Cut out, glue to cardstock, laminate.Directions to play:1....

Place Value Student will write the numeral by counting the hundreds, tens, and ones cubes on the place value chart. Also posters are included ...

"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.

I Have Who Has... Place Value. Love this game! I've been in a bind and needed a time filler activity while subbing and I've pulled used this in different variations and it's always a hit! Love it!

These tiered activity sheets allow students ample practice with place value concepts. If laminated or put in a page protector, students can use th...