This Power Point is a great way to introduce Place Value (ones, tens, hundreds, expanded notation, standard notation, and word form) and provide an engaging practice activity via the game “Who Wants to be Rich?” The presentation can be used as a stand-alone Power Point, or as an interactive Smart Board Activity.
The first 19 slides provide explicit instruction for place value, with clear models in simple language. Students can then participate in a 20-slide game of “Who Wants to be Rich?” in order to practice. The game has engaging sound effects and animation if desired. The game can be used as a whole-group activity, or as a center-based computer activity.
Click these links to see other math Power Points available in this series:
1. Place Value
2. Rounding Numbers
3. Equivalent Fractions
4. Fractions on a Number Line
5. Mixed Numbers
Equivalent Fractions Power Point or Smart Board Activity
by Danie Dee
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