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Number Sense and Place Value Activities

Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Number Sense and Place Value Activities
Product Description
Learning place value by playing a game is engaging and fun!
These place value pocket charts only include ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. The game cards can be used in a variety of ways including board work, partner activities, and group activities. I've included a description below of ways to use the pocket charts and cards. I hope you find a myriad of enjoyable uses for them in your math class!


Place Value Pocket Charts:
1. Have each student make a chart with a two sets of numbers.
2. Use the Place Value Pocket Charts as a whole class, groups, or as partners.
3. Cards are provided for group and partner games.
4. Partner Activities: Place cards face down. Students take turns turning over cards and creating the number.
5. Group Activities: Give each group only one card at a time. When all in the group have created the number (and they agree!), they should raise hands so that you can come and check their work. If correct, give them a new card.
6. Allow students to use the Place Value Pocket Charts for worksheets or assessments as a manipulative.
7. Have each student create a number. Then, have them line up from least to greatest (or greatest to least) without talking!
8. Have each student create a number. Have a group of two, three, or four students stand up and put their numbers in order from least to greatest.
9. Have each student create a number. Have students stand up who have numbers that have a 7 in the tens place, or a 3 in the ones place (and so on!)
10. Have a student write and expanded form on the board that other students make with their place value pocket charts.


Place Value Cards:
1. Expanded Form
2. Word Form
3. Base Ten Form
4. Game Cards
*Odd/Even Numbers
*Greater than/Less than Numbers
(Helpful hint: Copy cards onto colored paper. Example: Expanded form-red paper; Word form- blue paper, and so on. This will help you pick up cards quickly if you have student groups using the different forms.)

Total Pages
18 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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