Use this tool to review previously taught place value concepts. Your students will need a selection of dice, scissors, glue, crayons and pencils. Use this over the course of a week. Add one section per day to record learning on paper in an attractive, foldable format.
10 More: Students will roll dice, record the number and the number that is 10 more. Illustrate both using 100-flats, 10-longs, and units of 1.
Roll and Compare: Students will roll dice, then record numbers and compare numbers using the symbols <, >, and =.
'3 Hearts': Students will record the value of each of the Base-10 blocks, color, cut and glue to add to project.
Real World Application: Students will use comparative language to record the value of candy in two separate jars and the 4 number forms for each.
Number Order: Students will record a selection of numbers in the order in which they would appear on a 120 chart.
Equal Sides: Students will fill in the missing numbers of expanded notation to make sure both sides of an equation are of equal value.
Number Sort: Students will cut and glue numbers to sort them according to the rule...<50 or >50.