This Place Value practice pack includes six center activities for students who have been introduced to basic place value with tens and ones. Activities include:
1. Draw Your Number: Students draw place value blocks to represent the numeral in each box. I’ve made this in color which can be printed on cardstock and laminated so that students can use washable marker. I’ve also made it in black and white so that it can be printed as a worksheet.
2. Count the Tens and Ones: Students Count the number of tens and ones in each box and write how many on the line. (Can be center or worksheet.)
3. Build Your Number: Students turn over two cards to create a two digit number.
Then they build the number on the place value mat using place value blocks and are checked by a partner. ( Place value bocks not included)
4. Matching Tens: Set of numeral cards counting by tens from ten to ninety. Set of matching pictures of place value blocks, grouped by tens. These should be copied on card stock. Students can play games such as Concentration or Go Fish.
5. How Many Tens? How many Ones?: Two number charts and one blank chart that you can fill out yourself if you prefer. Students write the numbers in expanded notation.
6. Greater than Less Than or Equal To Game. Students roll the dice to create two digit numbers. They then compare the two numbers and write the correct symbol in the circle. This comes with a work mat so that students can build the numbers with place value blocks if needed and then compare them.
There is a puzzle piece recording sheet to make it easy for you and your students to keep track of which centers have been completed.