This resource contains place-value vocabulary cards
Also included are...
*Description of place-value relationships between numbers
*How to compare numbers using a place-value chart, a number line, and using place-value blocks
These cards be printed, laminated, and displayed on a bulletin board or anchor chart for students to reference
Three sets of task cards... level 1 (below), level 2 (on), and level 3 (above) with 12 cards each (total of 36 cards). Within each set there are 3 numbers expressed in standard form, 3 in expanded form, 3 in word form, and 3 using place-value blocks. The numbers get increasingly complex as you move up the levels. When students choose a task card, such as a place-value block card, students will need to represent the number shown with the place-value blocks in standard, expanded, and word form. A recording sheet is included to hold students accountable for their work