Place Value Four-Digit Number Sentences Place Value Flip Chart. Flip Charts are a welcome alternative to place value worksheets! It can also help to transition your kids from calling the figures to actually naming the quantity in word form / sentence form because the clue flaps are placed directly after the numerals.
This can work for any teacher, whether you use the word 'and' or not. The flap with the 'and' has a blank flap below it so that you can have the option of using the 'and'.
4362 is instantly read on the flip chart as 4 thousand, 3 hundred sixty-two or 4 thousand, 3 hundred and sixty-two (if you use the 'and' flap)
2015 instantly becomes 2 thousand fifteen or 2 thousand and fifteen on the flip chart.
There are blanks by the word section whenever there is a zero value. This is to remind students that we skip over the zero values (in the hundreds and tens sections) when reading a number.
This is created for teaching 4-digit Place Value with numbers from ones to thousands. You can let students work in pairs to call any number from 1 to 9,999 and let the partners represent them using the flip chart, then reading the number name (in sentence form).
You may also be interested in my 'I have, Who has...' Place Value Game
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