Your Little Learners will be amazed at these centers while they're learning and reviewing place value! They are full of fun and excitement and will engage them to the fullest. The centers and activities are perfect for small groups and RTI groups, or for students that just need a review.
The following centers are included:
Dot-It Bingo: Students use a no-prep printable and listen for their number to be called. They will dot the numbers 1-90 on their boards. This center can be used as a whole group activity also!
What Does the Fox Say?: Students use a wipe and write board and say, "What does the fox say?" and the caller (you or another student) calls off a number from the fox cards. Students write the numeral and draw a representation of it on their cards.
Place Value Carnival: Students are given a "mallet" with numbers listed on it. They must put the numbers in order from Least to Greatest on the Ring the Bell game card.
Mystery Chicken Nugget: Students are given a box of chicken nuggets that are numbered. They read the clues on the box and must choose the nugget that fits the clues. My favorite of the centers!
Spin and Draw: Using their wipe and write spinner, students spin and write the 2-digit number they made. They must then draw the number using sticks and dots (tens and ones) or another representation of your choice.
Smile for the Camera: Students choose a camera and look at the number on the lens. The students must draw a representation of the numbers on the polaroid photo.
Boom! Pow!: This superhero game has the students look at a superhero mask and the base ten blocks on it. They must compare the blocks to the number given and sort it into a true or false pile.
Chomp, Chomp!: Students have two alligator boards with their mouths open. They randomly choose two number cards and must place them on the board making a greater and/or less than number sentence.
Number Bubbles: Students get a wipe and write card with a bottle of bubbles on it. They must write either 10 more or 10 less than the numbers on the bottles.
Draw It Kids: Students are given a wipe and write board with blank base ten blocks on it. They must color in the blocks that make the numbers given.
Each center above has a recording sheet(s) and can be differentiated to your students' needs. Some recording sheets allow you to choose numbers 1-50 and 1-100, to help you match your students' abilities.
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