TEACCH Inspired Place Value Activity
If you use Task Boxes for independent work or for scaffolding instruction, this is a great way to teach place value! 26 variations of numbers included in this set!
Students can place the correct number of ones and tens on the numeral and place in the finished box.
Print and laminate and you have a quick and easy task box ready for years to come! Cut the cards on the line in half so you have 2 activities per page.
EASY STORAGE! Collecting tasks for task boxes can take up so much space in your classroom! Whether you choose to store in a tote or in an expandable sheet protector in a notebook, when not in use, these do not take up much valuable space in your classroom.
I used Velcro to attach my ones cubes and tens stick cards to the numerals, but you could also use clothespins if you have a student who needs to work on fine motor skills, or magnets on a cookie sheet work if your student has a hard time with grasping materials with a pincer grip. With magnets, they can scoot the cards together, if needed.
If your student is nonverbal, they can show you their knowledge without verbalizing.
Scaffolding is easy with this product! The smaller numbers are together and the numbers are sequential with the first set of numeral cards. The second set of numeral cards has random numbers.
If your student is just learning this concept, model the appropriate matches, and place the correct cards near each other. Celebrate EVERY success! I have learned it is so much easier to take the time to over-teach from the beginning than it is to reteach later! Fade the level of prompting as soon as the student is ready. The idea is for them to do this independently and successfully!
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