This is one of 5 math centers based on Common Core Place Value standards. In this product you will find information to help you teach students about base 10 materials and how they can use this knowledge to become better with number sense. This file includes everything you need for the center along with printouts to use for the students interactive math journals. Here is what the instructions page states.
This center is meant for up to 4 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.
• One laminated game board page
• One set of cut out laminated base 10 blocks or one set of concrete base 10 blocks from your classroom kit
• One answer key
• One set of question cards
• A token to represent each player
• One dice
Player one will begin the game by drawing a card from the deck and trying to answer it. If the student answers the question correctly they roll a dice and move that many spaces on the game board, then their turn is over. If the player does not answer the question correctly their turn is over. Player two does the same on their turn. Game play continues in this manner until a player reaches the finish line. If a student is having trouble they can use the base 10 materials to help them find the answer.
This center is meant to use base 10 materials to reinforce the concept that a digit in one place represents ten times what is represents in the place to the right. This center can be used with up to 4 students at a time. I have included a page of pocket sized information cards for the students to put in their interactive math journal.
This center is meant to be used in conjunction with the other 4 place value centers located on my TPT site.
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Mary Gina Carr
4th Grade Teacher