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Place Value Activities and Centers is a bundled packet of NO PREP place value activities and place value centers to practice and reinforce place value skills. The activities in the packets are intended for first grade, but they could also be used for second grade students who need additional review. The bundle includes:

Place Value Activities

Place Value Centers

The place value activities can be used whole class or with guided math groups. The variety and assortment of place value activities can also be used to differentiate independent practice and review for your students.

The center activities work well at a math center. Students can complete the center activities as a group, with partners, or independently.

**Place Value Activities**

Place Value Activities has over 30 NO PREP activities to practice and review place value math skills. The activities can be used with the whole class and guided groups or for individual practice. The variety and assortment of place value activities can be used to differentiate practice and review for your students.

• 120 Chart – use as a tool for the place value math activities.

• Blowing Bubbles – count and match place value rods to numbers (multiples of 10).

• Popcorn Party – write the numbers that match amounts shown with place value rods.

• Counting Teens – count pictures and circle groups of tens. Write how many groups of ten, ones, and totals. {Practice with teens.}

• Fun Frames – count ten frame dots. Write the number of tens and ones. Write the totals.

• What’s in the jelly bean jar? - count the ten frame dots. Glue the matching amount to each jar.

• School Bus Ten Frames 1 - count the ten frame dots. Glue the matching numbers under each box.

• School Bus Ten Frames 2 - color dots inside the ten frames to match the numbers.

• Find the Number - count the place value rods and cubes. Find the matching numbers.

• Spin a Number One – spin the tens and ones spinners. Add and write the equations.

• Spin a Number Two – spin the tens and ones spinners. Add and write the equations.

• Spin and Count – spin the spinners. Count the place value rods and cubes. Write the equations.

• Counting Shapes – count and circle groups of ten shapes. Write how many groups of ten and ones and the totals.

• Missing Numbers 1, 2, and 3 – write the missing numbers from a 120 chart.

• More and Less Spin 1 and 2 – spin and write the number that is 1 more, 1 less, 10 more or 10 less than each given number. Write the numbers and circle more or less to show what you spin.

• Sum It Up! – add multiples of 10 and single digit numbers. Add the corresponding single digit numbers. Write the sums.

• Count and Compare - count and compare 2 sets of place value rods and cubes. Cut and glue the less than (<) and greater than (>) signs to make true statements.

• Compare, Cut, and Paste - count and compare {using <, >, and = signs} the place value rods and cubes in the boxes. Glue the correct statement under each box.

• Ten More and Ten Less – write the numbers that are ten more and ten less than the given 2-digit numbers.

• What’s My Number? – glue the number that matches the amount of place value sticks on each place value mat.

• Make My Number – draw place value rods and cubes to show each amount on the place value boards.

• Fun with Ten – write the numbers that complete the 10 more and 10 less than statements.

• Show Me! – color the place value rods and cubes to show the given amounts in two different ways.

• Tool Box Order – count the place value rods and cubes. Glue the amounts in order from least to greatest.

• Spin to Win – game. Players take turns spinning two numbers to make 2 digit numbers. The numbers are written on the game board in order. The first player to fill up all the spaces on the game board wins.

• Sweet Addition – use place value models to add 2-digit and one digit numbers together. Ring ones that make ten. Write the sums to complete the equations.

• Clowning Around with Addition – use the place value models to add. Glue the sums on the boxes.

• Ice Cream Sundae Subtraction – subtract multiples of ten. Use the place value models. Cross out tens.

• Mix It Up Place Value – mixed place value review and practice.

**Place Value Centers**

Place Value Centers is a packet of ten math centers to practice place value math skills. The place value activities can be used with the whole class and guided math groups or for individual practice. They also make great partner activities.

Use the place value centers to introduce new concepts or for practice and reinforcement of place value skills. They include many activities and opportunities for students to count groups of tens and ones.

Each of the place value centers has a description card and recording sheet(s). All place value centers have a challenge/extension activity, too. You may want to print the challenge activity on the back of the recording sheets or use them for early finishers or students who need additional practice or a challenge.

Choice pocket chart cards and a student Place Value Centers Menu are also included. The pocket chart cards can be placed on a pocket chart for student reference. I usually staple the student menus inside the students’ math folders.

Although the activities are intended for first grade, they can also be used for practice and reinforcement of place value skills for beginning second graders.

1. The Candy Machine - count the candy (11-19). Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing how many tens and how many left over. Write the numbers. Challenge - draw candy in the candy machines (11-19 candies). Ask a friend to count the candy and write how many tens and how many left over. He/she writes the totals in the circles.

2. Under the Big Top - count the place value rods. Find the matching amounts. Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing how many tens and ones and the total amounts. Challenge - draw rods and cubes in each box (11-99). Ask a friend to count them, write how many tens and how many left over, and write the numbers.

3. Up, Up, and Away! – count the sticks. Match the amounts to the expanded notation cards. Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing the expanded notation and totals. Challenge – write the totals from least to greatest.

4. Be a Superhero! - guess how many dots. Write the guess on the recording sheet. Count the dots. Find the matching number. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the expanded notation for each of the answers.

5. We Scream for Ice Cream! - count the place value rods and record the numbers. Write the less than (<), greater than (>), or equal sign in the circle between each set of numbers to make a true statement. Challenge - draw place value rods and cubes to make true statements for each of the given signs.

6. You’re a Star! - count and add the beads on the frames. Complete the equations on the recording sheet. Challenge - color a total of 9 or less tens and 9 or less ones for each problem. Ask a friend to count the beads and complete the equations.

7. A Trip to the Pet Shop - count the ten frame dots. Match the amounts to the numbers that show ten more. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the numbers that are 20 more than the dots on the ten frames.

8. Detective Files - count the place value rods and cubes. Match the amounts to the numbers that show ten less. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the numbers that are 20 less than the number of place value rods and cubes.

9. Popping Good Popcorn - add or subtract ten. Find the matching number. Write the equations on the recording sheet. Challenge – order the answers from least to greatest.

10. Fun on the Farm - answer the “What’s the number?” questions by matching the given number of tens and ones to the numbers. Record the numbers on the recording sheet. Challenge - Write a one digit number in each of the boxes. Have a friend solve the problems. Have him/her choose one of the problems and draw a model to show how he/she knows the answer is correct.

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Place Value Activities

Place Value Centers

The place value activities can be used whole class or with guided math groups. The variety and assortment of place value activities can also be used to differentiate independent practice and review for your students.

The center activities work well at a math center. Students can complete the center activities as a group, with partners, or independently.

Place Value Activities has over 30 NO PREP activities to practice and review place value math skills. The activities can be used with the whole class and guided groups or for individual practice. The variety and assortment of place value activities can be used to differentiate practice and review for your students.

• 120 Chart – use as a tool for the place value math activities.

• Blowing Bubbles – count and match place value rods to numbers (multiples of 10).

• Popcorn Party – write the numbers that match amounts shown with place value rods.

• Counting Teens – count pictures and circle groups of tens. Write how many groups of ten, ones, and totals. {Practice with teens.}

• Fun Frames – count ten frame dots. Write the number of tens and ones. Write the totals.

• What’s in the jelly bean jar? - count the ten frame dots. Glue the matching amount to each jar.

• School Bus Ten Frames 1 - count the ten frame dots. Glue the matching numbers under each box.

• School Bus Ten Frames 2 - color dots inside the ten frames to match the numbers.

• Find the Number - count the place value rods and cubes. Find the matching numbers.

• Spin a Number One – spin the tens and ones spinners. Add and write the equations.

• Spin a Number Two – spin the tens and ones spinners. Add and write the equations.

• Spin and Count – spin the spinners. Count the place value rods and cubes. Write the equations.

• Counting Shapes – count and circle groups of ten shapes. Write how many groups of ten and ones and the totals.

• Missing Numbers 1, 2, and 3 – write the missing numbers from a 120 chart.

• More and Less Spin 1 and 2 – spin and write the number that is 1 more, 1 less, 10 more or 10 less than each given number. Write the numbers and circle more or less to show what you spin.

• Sum It Up! – add multiples of 10 and single digit numbers. Add the corresponding single digit numbers. Write the sums.

• Count and Compare - count and compare 2 sets of place value rods and cubes. Cut and glue the less than (<) and greater than (>) signs to make true statements.

• Compare, Cut, and Paste - count and compare {using <, >, and = signs} the place value rods and cubes in the boxes. Glue the correct statement under each box.

• Ten More and Ten Less – write the numbers that are ten more and ten less than the given 2-digit numbers.

• What’s My Number? – glue the number that matches the amount of place value sticks on each place value mat.

• Make My Number – draw place value rods and cubes to show each amount on the place value boards.

• Fun with Ten – write the numbers that complete the 10 more and 10 less than statements.

• Show Me! – color the place value rods and cubes to show the given amounts in two different ways.

• Tool Box Order – count the place value rods and cubes. Glue the amounts in order from least to greatest.

• Spin to Win – game. Players take turns spinning two numbers to make 2 digit numbers. The numbers are written on the game board in order. The first player to fill up all the spaces on the game board wins.

• Sweet Addition – use place value models to add 2-digit and one digit numbers together. Ring ones that make ten. Write the sums to complete the equations.

• Clowning Around with Addition – use the place value models to add. Glue the sums on the boxes.

• Ice Cream Sundae Subtraction – subtract multiples of ten. Use the place value models. Cross out tens.

• Mix It Up Place Value – mixed place value review and practice.

Place Value Centers is a packet of ten math centers to practice place value math skills. The place value activities can be used with the whole class and guided math groups or for individual practice. They also make great partner activities.

Use the place value centers to introduce new concepts or for practice and reinforcement of place value skills. They include many activities and opportunities for students to count groups of tens and ones.

Each of the place value centers has a description card and recording sheet(s). All place value centers have a challenge/extension activity, too. You may want to print the challenge activity on the back of the recording sheets or use them for early finishers or students who need additional practice or a challenge.

Choice pocket chart cards and a student Place Value Centers Menu are also included. The pocket chart cards can be placed on a pocket chart for student reference. I usually staple the student menus inside the students’ math folders.

Although the activities are intended for first grade, they can also be used for practice and reinforcement of place value skills for beginning second graders.

1. The Candy Machine - count the candy (11-19). Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing how many tens and how many left over. Write the numbers. Challenge - draw candy in the candy machines (11-19 candies). Ask a friend to count the candy and write how many tens and how many left over. He/she writes the totals in the circles.

2. Under the Big Top - count the place value rods. Find the matching amounts. Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing how many tens and ones and the total amounts. Challenge - draw rods and cubes in each box (11-99). Ask a friend to count them, write how many tens and how many left over, and write the numbers.

3. Up, Up, and Away! – count the sticks. Match the amounts to the expanded notation cards. Record the answers on the recording sheet by writing the expanded notation and totals. Challenge – write the totals from least to greatest.

4. Be a Superhero! - guess how many dots. Write the guess on the recording sheet. Count the dots. Find the matching number. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the expanded notation for each of the answers.

5. We Scream for Ice Cream! - count the place value rods and record the numbers. Write the less than (<), greater than (>), or equal sign in the circle between each set of numbers to make a true statement. Challenge - draw place value rods and cubes to make true statements for each of the given signs.

6. You’re a Star! - count and add the beads on the frames. Complete the equations on the recording sheet. Challenge - color a total of 9 or less tens and 9 or less ones for each problem. Ask a friend to count the beads and complete the equations.

7. A Trip to the Pet Shop - count the ten frame dots. Match the amounts to the numbers that show ten more. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the numbers that are 20 more than the dots on the ten frames.

8. Detective Files - count the place value rods and cubes. Match the amounts to the numbers that show ten less. Record the answers on the recording sheet. Challenge – write the numbers that are 20 less than the number of place value rods and cubes.

9. Popping Good Popcorn - add or subtract ten. Find the matching number. Write the equations on the recording sheet. Challenge – order the answers from least to greatest.

10. Fun on the Farm - answer the “What’s the number?” questions by matching the given number of tens and ones to the numbers. Record the numbers on the recording sheet. Challenge - Write a one digit number in each of the boxes. Have a friend solve the problems. Have him/her choose one of the problems and draw a model to show how he/she knows the answer is correct.

Thumbnail includes graphics and/or fonts by Little Red’s Schoolhouse and Zip a Dee Doo Dah Designs.

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Apple Math Centers

Fall Math Centers

Halloween Math Centers

Winter Math Centers

Christmas Math Centers

Valentine's Day Math Centers

April Math Centers

Earth Day Math Centers

Rainforest Math Centers

Lemonade Math Centers

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