This place value resource makes a fun math station or math center for place value – just add dice. Students can work through all the sheets at their own pace, or you can assign one to two stations a day as you introduce a specific skill or concept to the class.
Place value concepts covered are: standard, written and expanded form with both whole numbers and decimals. Whole numbers from ten thousands to millions are covered. Decimals to thousandths are covered. *** Two different versions of this resource are included - one for the U.S. with commas as place value holders, and one for Canada with spaces as place value holders. ***
You could photocopy the sheets to have each student complete and hand in for a formative assessment, or you could laminate the sheets and use with dry erase markers for a practice station. The last page in the package could then be completed and handed in for a formative assessment.
To differentiate, or provide an extra challenge, you can use two different sets of dice – a standard set with 1-6, and a challenge set with higher numbers (whenever I pull out these “fancy dice” and call them the challenge set, my students ALWAYS want to try them out).
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