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This Reader's Theater was written for a small group of 5 students. It is intended to introduce or review place value. Citizen does not understand place value and how it works. Citizen wants to give up and decides that they are not good at math. The League of Incredible Mathematicians comes to explai
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Reader's theaters are a great way for students to improve their reading fluency. Use this script in a math or language arts classroom. There are 26 parts altogether but it can be broken down into more if needed, or multiple parts can be assigned to a single reader. I have used this script for both
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Students will love this spooktacular packet of fun! 4 activities in all: "I Have, Who Has" (costume edition), place value math story problems, ice breaker Bingo, and a Readers Theater script. Perfect for the upper elementary classroom! A great variety of activities to keep students moving and thinki
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This Reader's Theater was written for a small group of 3 students. It is intended to introduce - or review for students who are struggling - place value periods as well as the fact that each period has ones, tens, and hundreds. In the script, The census taker is going from door to door to find out w
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Need a script for your students to follow as they create their ChatterPix project on coins? Look no further! I created a fill in the blank script that the students can use to help them with their ChatterPix Coins project. All the students need to do is fill in each blank describing the coin of t
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This is an engaging lesson for students to visually see the decimal move in a number because of the powers of 10. This lesson includes a 5 page play, teacher notes, game to play after play with all the materials. Students will start with pre-reading the play, then choosing parts and acting out th
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Here is a puzzle that we made with some of the students in class. They all enjoyed making this puzzle and it really helped them with their place value as they were able to test each other on a range of skills. To use this you will need Scratch (https://scratch.mit.edu/scratch2download/) If you l
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Students demonstrate their understanding of place value by creating the least and greatest possible number.
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