Have your students help create a math station! Students fill out the candy corn with the standard form, expanded form, and word form for a number. There are two versions in both color and black and white
. The second includes standard, form, expanded form, and base-10 blocks.
Options for preparing cards for a math station:
1. Cut apart the candy corns without laminating
2. Laminate and then cut apart the candy corns
3. Laminate before writing on the candy corns. Write on it with Sharpie, then cut apart. Erase the Sharpie with a whiteboard marker.
Use either the color version
or the black and white
version (students can write in marker and color in the pieces). Have table groups trade cut apart candy corn to reassembly the pieces! Put the pieces in a math station for continued practice.
Create the candy corn at a math station one week. The next week, have students reassemble them. Perfect for any grade level that works on place value concepts!
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