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An interactive chart to assist students with understanding how the place value chart works, how to write numbers in various forms, and understand powers of 10.
K-4 Resources to use with Page Protectors or Plastic Dry Erase Sleeves and Dry Erase Markers Topics include: Money, Time, Input/ Output Tables, & Place Value
You may want to project this chart for whole group instruction or print out and laminate individual mats for your students.
I tried to find a simple bent number line to help my students visualize rounding and I came up empty. So I made one myself and now it's here for you. I use mine with the students' personal whiteboards. Just insert it into a plastic paper protector and use dry erase markers for hours of rounding f
Using this circus theme, students learn to count from one to one-thousand while making different circus animals. It is suggested to start this activity at the beginning of the year. Covers CCSS: 2.NBT.1 2.NBT.1a 2.NBT.1b 2.NBT.2
This is one piece of a larger review that we are in the process of creating. What you get in this file is 9 "Work it Out Wednesday" templates that cover standards 4OA.1, 4OA.2, 4OA.3, 4NBT.1, 4NBT.2 and 4NBT.3. Designed to be used as handouts for the students or projected during math recursive rev
Use this place value chart to show the monetary equivalent of decimals. Support students by showing how decimals relate to the value of money.
This product contains several templates and tools to aid students in learning how to add and subtract.What's Included?TWO Part-Part-Whole Mats (one for addition and one for subtraction)HTO & ThHTO Chart Templates (Hundreds, Tens, Ones & Thousands, Hundreds, Tens, Ones for differentiation)Ten
Includes writing areas for standard form, verbal form and expanded form. This is perfect to slip into a plastic sleeve and use a dry-erase marker!
A chart to make it easy to round numbers 0-100 to the nearest 10 and to visualize the concept.
This worksheet helps to teach place value in addition to decimals. Students write the numbers in the spaces provided and determine what place value the numbers fall into. This is also helpful for students with visual tracking difficulties.
These mats are a great way for students to practice and understanding borrowing and regrouping. Students can work on the guided practice mats, with reminders or independently to solve addition and subtraction problems with tens and hundreds. The mat templates are meant to be printed and placed in sh
This resource provides an addition and subtraction frame to help students structure their math problems. Simple poem prompts are included at the top of the frames to guide students when regrouping. This resource would be wonderful if used with a dry erase pocket or laminated for re-use.
This template is perfect for teaching students how to do the traditional method of vertical multiplication. Simply print it out and insert it into a sheet protector. The student will solve using a dry erase marker and hold it up for immediate feedback. You can also print it out as a transparency
This resource is made to be reusable. A great aid for kids when working on place value. Laminate and use with dry erase markers. Good for re-teaching and intervention!
A page to accompany the eBook Zero the Hero Saves the Day by Denise K. Savidge (on TpT) or a stand-alone worksheet on place value. What number is made if there is a Zero in the Ones place and a ___ in the Tens Place? Great for the 10th or 100th day of school or for a place value introduction/review.

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