Place value is a necessary skills for students to learn, so why not make it fun and engaging! This packet includes several activities and center ideas for students to demonstrate and practice their knowledge of place value! This packet focuses on tens and ones.
Activity 1: Place Value Sheets (pp 2-20): Each page focuses on numbers in ascending order (pp 2-10). Starting at 10 and working their way up to 99. Pages include mixed practice as well (pp 11-20).
Activity 2: Place Value Cards (pp 2-10, 19): Print these pages on card stock , cut out and laminate. Students can use dry erase markers to fill in the answers on the cards and they can be wiped clean in for repeated use!
Activity 3: Place Value Cards with Answer Sheet (pp 21-27): Print the place value cards (pp 22-27) cut out and laminate for durability. Have students draw a card and record the number they have on their answer sheet (p 21). You can also laminate the answer sheet for repeated use.
Activity 4: Place Value Least to Greatest (pp 22-27): Print the place value cards (pp 22-27) cut out and laminate for durability. Give students a set amount of cards and have them place the cards in order from least to greatest.
Activity 5: Place Value Dice Game (pp 28-36): Print out the dice (pp 29-32) on card stock, cut out and assemble as dice. Print the desired recording page for students to use individually or in groups. There are two types of recording pages. The first one (p 28) has students record the tens and ones then the number rolled. The second (pp 33-36) has students color the number they roll.
Other Place Value Activities:
Place Value Clip Cards