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This is all 5 of the place value math centers bundled together to save you time and money! Please see below for separate descriptions of each.

Center 1 - Where's The Comma

Directions:

Print and Laminate the following 5 pages. Teach students the poem and then have them practice putting the commas into the correct location in the number with dry erase markers.

This center can be used with up to 4 students at a time. I have included a page of pocket sized poems for your students to put into their interactive math journals.

Center 2 - What's Greater than Place Value

Directions:

This center is meant for 2 players.

Each player should have

• one set of symbols (<. > and =)

• 1 set of number cards.

Decide how many digits you would like to compare and have each student flip over that number of cards, for example if you would like to work on comparing millions each student would flip over 7 cards. (Dice can be used in place of the cards by giving each person 7 dice to roll.)

You may not rearrange their cards, simply flip them over in order. Once the first player flips over the allotted number of cards, the second player should flip over the same number of cards from their own hand. Both players then try to be the first to put the correct symbol in the middle (<,> or =). The first person to put the correct symbol in the middle wins that hand.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of greater than, less than and equal to. This center can be used with up to 2 students at a time. I have included a page of pocket sized vocabulary cards for this concept for the students to place in their interactive math journals.

Center 3 - Expand Your Number Sense

Directions:

This center is meant for up to 4 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Each player should have

• One laminated game board page

• One set of cut out laminated choice cards

Using the information already located on the game board the student will match the blank squares with the correct choice card. Each card will be used once to fill up the board.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of using expanded form, word form and standard form to show the same numbers. greater than, less than and equal to. 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.

Center 4 - Round and Round We Go

Directions:

This center is meant for to 2 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Each player should have

• One set of cut out laminated rounding match cards

In this rounding game the students lay out all of the cards facedown like the game memory. Each match will have a card with a rounding question, which will match with the answer card. The first set of cards is color coded to help the students know when they have found the right card. There is a black and white set following the color set if you don’t wish to use the colors. They will record their answers on the answer sheet to make sure they understand the concept and are not just matching colors. Whoever finds the most matches wins.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand. 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.

Center 5 - Base 10 Basics

Directions:

This center is meant for up to 4 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Materials Needed:

• 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.

Center 1 - Where's The Comma

Directions:

Print and Laminate the following 5 pages. Teach students the poem and then have them practice putting the commas into the correct location in the number with dry erase markers.

This center can be used with up to 4 students at a time. I have included a page of pocket sized poems for your students to put into their interactive math journals.

Center 2 - What's Greater than Place Value

Directions:

This center is meant for 2 players.

Each player should have

• one set of symbols (<. > and =)

• 1 set of number cards.

Decide how many digits you would like to compare and have each student flip over that number of cards, for example if you would like to work on comparing millions each student would flip over 7 cards. (Dice can be used in place of the cards by giving each person 7 dice to roll.)

You may not rearrange their cards, simply flip them over in order. Once the first player flips over the allotted number of cards, the second player should flip over the same number of cards from their own hand. Both players then try to be the first to put the correct symbol in the middle (<,> or =). The first person to put the correct symbol in the middle wins that hand.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of greater than, less than and equal to. This center can be used with up to 2 students at a time. I have included a page of pocket sized vocabulary cards for this concept for the students to place in their interactive math journals.

Center 3 - Expand Your Number Sense

Directions:

This center is meant for up to 4 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Each player should have

• One laminated game board page

• One set of cut out laminated choice cards

Using the information already located on the game board the student will match the blank squares with the correct choice card. Each card will be used once to fill up the board.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of using expanded form, word form and standard form to show the same numbers. greater than, less than and equal to. 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.

Center 4 - Round and Round We Go

Directions:

This center is meant for to 2 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Each player should have

• One set of cut out laminated rounding match cards

In this rounding game the students lay out all of the cards facedown like the game memory. Each match will have a card with a rounding question, which will match with the answer card. The first set of cards is color coded to help the students know when they have found the right card. There is a black and white set following the color set if you don’t wish to use the colors. They will record their answers on the answer sheet to make sure they understand the concept and are not just matching colors. Whoever finds the most matches wins.

This center is meant to reinforce the concept of rounding to the nearest ten, hundred and thousand. 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.

Center 5 - Base 10 Basics

Directions:

This center is meant for up to 4 players. Print and laminate all of the following pages.

Materials Needed:

• 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.

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50 pages

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