This work shows students how place values work. This was originally created for Montessori students, but it can be used for any student learning place values. If your students do not use colors to represent units, tens, hundreds and thousands, you can print this in black and white. The number strips printed as a whole represent numbers in the thousands. You can cut these strips down to represent tens or hundreds. The dotted lines are score lines. When the strip is folded down it shows how the numbers will look when they are added together. Answer cards are included for the thousands if you would like to include that in the work as well. There are 90 individual number strips. If you cut them down to tens and hundreds, you can create up to 270 number strips. Also included are student answer sheets for thousands, hundreds and tens.
I print this on card stock. I have not tried laminating it yet. I am not sure it would fold easily.