These Place Value Magic Square Puzzles Math Center Games make it quick and easy for teachers to provide hands on activities that meet the needs of all second, third, and fourth grade students! Let your students practice their place value skills within four digit numbers.
These place value puzzles will help your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th graders master various aspects of place value with four digit numbers. Work on standard form, expanded form, word form.
There are Magic Square puzzles in this product. However, there are two of each puzzle – one with pictures for students who need a little more guidance in the direction the pieces should face and one without pictures so other students can have more of a challenge. This is differentiation at its finest!
WHAT YOU GET:
• four-digit number place value puzzles
• two options of each puzzle above - one images and another set - this way you can differentiate to best meet the needs of ALL learners
HOW CAN THESE PUZZLES BE USED?
• Centers, stations, or rotations
• Early or fast finishers
• GATE (gifted and talented education)
• Worksheet alternatives
• Critical thinking skills
• Student, partner, or small group collaboration
• Test prep
TEACHERS WHO HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE HAVE SAID:
• A creative, fun way for students to review place value!
• Great idea! The students really enjoyed this!
• Printed this right away with and without pictures to differentiate!
• Thank you for creating these great games!
• This was a lot of fun, the students enjoyed it and they practiced a lot of number sense in the meantime!
• Perfect for Math groups! My 3rd graders were struggling with place value and these really helped to reinforce what I taught.
OTHER RESOURCES YOU MAY ENJOY:
These great place value game activities are great for your second, third, and fourth grade classroom or homeschool students. Print, cut, and go! You'll soon have great place value learning stations you can differentiate to meet the needs of ALL learners in your classroom.
These puzzles also work great to promote critical thinking and to work on growth mindset. Choose the easier version of the puzzles (with the images), or use the puzzles without images for an added challenge.
Pages 1-3 – match standard form to word form (four digit numbers)
Page 3-6 – match word form to expanded form (four digit numbers)
Page 7-9 – expanded form to standard form (four digit numbers)
**Each magic square will have students answer 24 math problems!**Students who complete all nine puzzles will have practice with 216 problems!**
Not sure how Magic Squares work? Check out this blog post!
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