This editable math spinner is a great way to make learning place value with base 10 blocks fun! Once you have introduced the concepts to your students, they put a paper clip on the star and a pencil to hold it, then spin the paper clip. The students then make the number with base 10 blocks that they landed on (I have them make it on their place value charts). Once either a partner or teacher checks that it is correct, they put a sticker on that corresponding number at the bottom to check off that number. This can be done in whole group, centers/stations, or partner work. It's also editable so you can stick to ones, tens, hundreds, thousands, or mix all of them.