These 2 place value activities will be an incredible resource to add to your math centers! Both activities focus on place value up to the millions-- you could even use them as a form of assessment. The 2 activities are task cards & a "spin to win" game.
1. Place Value Task Cards: This set of 24 cards could be used as a center activity, task cards, or even a whole class scoot game. I have included answer sheets as well as an answer key (for easy grading). Questions include items like:
* What place is the 7 in?
* How much is the underlined digit worth?
* Write the number
2. Spin to Win! This is a fun center activity for partners.The object of the game is to spin a larger number than your partner. I have included 2 different place value spinners, 4 different number spinners, 2 types of answering sheets, and a direction page for your file folder. Simple add in paperclips for the spinners. A fun and easy way for students to practice together.
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