This place value flip book is great for teaching place value or to use as a guided-response activity. I use it in my classroom by describing a number and having the students show me that number in their flip charts. These prompts can be as simple or elaborate as you make them, making this flip book appropriate for use in classes from third to sixth grade. I like to pose word problems and have students show their answers on their flip charts. This eliminates issues inherent in giving every student a dry-erase marker, board, and eraser.
These flip books are also excellent tools for use with special needs and at-risk students.
I specifically designed this flip book to include a comma after the thousands place.
Each flip book prints on two sheets of paper and is easily assembled in a few scissor cuts and staples. Detailed assembly instructions are included in the margins of the print-outs and are duplicated here: Cut out the numbers in horizontal strips, keeping the title bars attached to the digits. Stack strips in order least to greatest with the zeros on top. Staple all strips on top of each other through the title band. Make a partial cut between each of the digits, stopping at the grey title band.
Feel free to make as many copies as you like.
You might also be interested in my Thousands to Ones version
of this flip book or my Place-Value Charts Bundle