Presidents Day Abraham Lincoln Place Value Hundred Chart Puzzle - an engaging puzzle math station for President's day fun where students use 71 mini task cards to identify and color numbers on a 100 chart that are represented by base 10 blocks. When they're done, a picture of Abraham Lincoln in front of an American flag will be revealed! This is a fantastic way to get students to practice identifying the base 10 representation of dozens of numbers in one sitting in a fun way!
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Simply print, cut out, and throw these cards in a baggie and it's an instant math station! These are a perfect way to keep your students super engaged and quiet while practicing an important skill in a fun way so you can pull math groups or whatever you need to do.
These are also great for fast finishers! "You're done? Go grab a bag and a 100 chart!"
I have added number cards for the puzzle as well. Instead of place value blocks, it has the number so that you can use these as a number sense activity instead or to differentiate for students who struggle with place value.
I also have one of these for George Washington!
This is also available in Spanish.
I also have some cute NO PREP writing crafts for Presidents Day that includes a craft for Abraham Lincoln:
I have a lot more of these for other holidays!
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For more place value practice:
First Grade Math Unit 9 (over 250 of all place value differentiated worksheets & centers!)
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