Basic materials, but I like to make stuff that fits nicely onto an A4 page without lots of empty spaces or cut-out wastage.
This product includes:
A number 1-40 tape (cut and join the pieces end-to-end).
Number 1-10 tapes.
A tens-ones chart with grid-lines.
A tens-ones chart without grid-lines.
A hundreds-tens-ones chart with grid-lines.
A hundreds-tens-ones chart without grid-lines.
I usually print the tapes and frames on card-stock and give them to my pupils who could also take them home for additional practice-- I don't laminate them to keep them easily fold-able, and if I'm not keeping the materials for another group of pupils. These have grids that are large enough to fit interlocking cubes or flat counters.
The place value charts are great for teaching/practising long addition and subtraction, with or without renaming. Charts could be printed back-to-back on regular or coloured paper, slipped into clear pockets and used as erasable sheets.
Please feedback if you spot any area for improvement.
THANK YOU!! (: