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# Place Value Visual | Place Value Craft

Rated 4.89 out of 5, based on 9 reviews
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2nd - 4th, Homeschool
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1. Understanding place value is a foundational key to being successful in math! This place value bundle is full of task cards, practice pages, craft/visual and a FREE bonus resource to help your little mathematicians gain confidence in math! ⭐WHAT’S INCLUDED:  Place Value Test Review Task Cards Set A |
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### Description

Are you looking for an engaging way to teach the fundamental concepts of place value to your Math class? This Place Value Visual & Craft set is the perfect solution! This set includes three different place value caterpillars to the millions, billions and billions with decimals places – complete with colored and ink-saving black and white versions. The place value caterpillars are great as a visual reference that students can keep at their desks or on the board. They can also be made into bookmarks or used in student interactive math notebooks or study/reference sheets.

Plus, this set includes directions to make a large place value caterpillar to display in your classroom. Show off the place value of numbers up to the billions place (including decimal places) for a visual that your students never forget. With our colorful and captivating Visual & Craft set, you’ll have everything you need to bring the abstract concept of place value to life in an unforgettable way. Students will be able to connect the place value with their values as they build a fun and engaging craft. So show your students the importance of place value with our amazing Place Value Visual & Craft set.

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

A. 3 types of place value caterpillars to use as bookmarks or to tape on student desks as a reference.

B. Directions to make a large place value caterpillar to display in class on a board, or wall or above the alphabet in the classroom.

C. Colored and black and white versions of three different place value caterpillars. One to the millions place, one to the billions place and one to the billions including decimal places. These could be used in student interactive math notebooks or study/reference sheets.

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GREAT FOR:

✿ visual reference

✿ tutoring

✿ math interactive notebooks

✿ math stations/centers

✿ class display

✿ small group

✿ bookmarks

✿ reinforcement

✿ class display

TEACHER REVIEWS:

✎"A very cute and useful resource for teaching place value. Thank you!"

✎ " Adorable and quick to use. Easily explained to students! Basically no prep required, thank you!" Trenna B.

✎"Great resource. Students will love creating it!" Misty J.

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### Standards

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Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases: