Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds

Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
Place Value with Base Ten Blocks - Ones, Tens, and Hundreds
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This activity is a colorfully designed packet that includes a variety of activities to use when educating about ones, tens, and hundreds. If you don't have solid base ten blocks available, but would still like to use this product, I've included base ten blocks that you can cut out and laminate. They will work just as well! :) This packet includes:

-Ones (cubes), tens (longs), and hundreds (flats) posters to use as a resource in your classroom or to use as a handy reference while teaching!
-Ten cubes, ten longs, and ten flats to use for the activities within this packet.
-Number tiles to use with the base ten block mats.
-Nine colorful cards to use in a math center. Each card has a three-digit number on it. Students answer the following questions: How many hundreds are in the number? How many tens are in the number? How many ones are in the number? Work is then recorded on a corresponding worksheet.
-Game mats are provided in order for students to organize their work. They can use the number tiles or base ten blocks (your choice!) to construct three-digit numbers. Students track their progress on a corresponding worksheet, and begin to understand the concept that..for example..the 3 in 432 is really worth 30, etc.
-12 "How Much" cards where students total up the amount on each card, and record their work on a corresponding worksheet.
-A colorful game titled, "Stretch It Out" where the idea is to show what numbers are really worth. For example, 432 = 400 + 30 + 2

Instructions for each activity as well as answer keys are provided!
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