These 40 “Right vs. Wrong” place value cards will challenge students to think critically by giving them place value equations and questions that have both correct and incorrect answers on them.
Students analyze the “Right and Wrong Challenge” cards and each equation on the cards while discussing with partners the correct and incorrect ways to write the equation on the card. This strategy encourages the students to use critical thinking skills to dissect a math equation and fix the mistakes that are in the equation to make it correct. You can have students work individually, as a station, or as a partner team that takes turns answering and explaining each task card. The cards include questions about standard and expanded form, flats/longs/units that translate into standard form, and place value and value. Place value questions range from the one's to the thousand’s place. Directions, student answer sheet, and teacher answer key are included.