When teaching math, I found that I was CONSTANTLY pulling out a deck of cards for students to use to generate numbers. That’s when I discovered the use of a “number generator.”
What’s great about these number cards is that they are very convenient and they provide hands-on learning opportunities!
I printed (on colored paper, of course) and laminated with my personal laminator, numbers 1-1000. I divided them into buckets, and I use these almost DAILY in my math activities. I came up with TONS of activities along the way aligning with the MN Standards and the Common Core Standards.
Here are the "I can statements" formally addressed in this packet:
I can… Represent numbers through 1,000 using base 10 blocks
I can… Represent numbers through 100 in expanded form
I can… Represent numbers though 1,000 in expanded form
I can… Find 10 more and 10 less than a given 2-digit number.
I can… Find 10 more and 10 less than a given 3-digit number.
I can… Find 100 more and 100 less than a given 3-digit number.
I can… Add 2-digit numbers
I can… Add 3-digit numbers
I can… Subtract 2-digit numbers
I can… Subtract 3-digit numbers
I can… Round to the nearest 10
I can… Round to the nearest 100
I can… Compare numbers through 100
I can… Compare numbers through 1,000
I can… Order numbers through 100
I can… Order numbers through 1,000
I can… Use coins to represent a given amount