This differentiated, open-ended, daily routine practices place value concepts (comparing numbers, hundreds, tens, and ones, expanded form, word form) & uses multiple representations of 2 digit and 3 digit numbers to build number sense.
I love it when one activity can be used again and again! Students get to know the format and the repeated practice strengthens place value understanding throughout the year.
•differentiated (2 levels)
•quick activity (10 minutes or less)
•place value (hundreds, tens and ones)
•multiple representations of numbers (place value chart, base 10 blocks)
•ten more, ten less
•word form/number name
Suggestions for Use:
Since it open-ended you can repeat it over and over with a new number each day. I often launch math time with this routine. You could use it for morning work or seatwork, leave it for substitutes, or send home for homework.
It provides a great spiral review for students to be practicing and using place value concepts all year.
For more engaging and differentiated activities, please check out:
•Place Value Games: Tens and Ones
•Place Value Find and Color No Prep Printables
•Place Value Games: 3 Digit Numbers, Expanded Form, and More!
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