I bought a pack of 7 three digit combination locks from Amazon. The picture is shown below. I punch holes at the top of each task card and attach a combination lock to each one. Students must answer the subtraction
This is a great way for students to practice using a hundred chart! Its a variation of tic tac toe. The object is to get 4 numbers on the 120 chart. Partners will take turns blocking and trying to get their four in a row!
This product contains three 120 charts. Two pages (one color and one black and white) have just the 1, 10 and 100 filled in. One page has more numbers filled in along with the 1, 10, and 100.Students can use pencils or dry erase markers to fill in
A fun way to practice addition with regrouping is by answering a riddle! This product includes 2 pages of addition problems and 2 pages of corresponding answer keys. Each page includes 9 addition problems and has a different riddle the students try
This product contains 12 cards that can be taped around the room. My students use place value blocks and a place value chart. They build the number on each card with the blocks, then write the number they created on paper. Then flip the card to