Decimal Place & Place Value (4 Lessons)Quick View

Decimal Place & Place Value (4 Lessons)

Very engaging and interactive lessons. This contains 2 PowerPoints. PowerPoint 1 - Lesson on Place Values. 40 colourful interactive slides. Lots of questions to assess understanding and check for misconception. Discussion points to make students understand and master the topic. Links made to real life. Tasks included in the PowerPoint which can be printed. PowerPoint 2 - Lesson on DECIMAL Place Values. 48 colourful interactive slides. As above Lots of questions to assess understanding and check for misconception. Discussion points to make students understand and master the topic. Links made to real life. Tasks included in the PowerPoint which can be printed. Worksheets - 3 Worksheets based on Decimal Places Partitioning, Comparing Decimals and Decimal Sequences. Enough for minimum of 4 Lesson about 200 Minutes worth of resources

By Shamster

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Place Value Year 5 PackQuick View

Place Value Year 5 Pack

This bundle contains lesson resources, homework and a (reasoning focused) working wall display. It will provide everything needed to cover the following (2014) objective: Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1000000 and determine the value of each digit. Includes problems and reasoning for deeper learning and understanding. The pack includes: *Lots of differentiated practical worksheets, task cards, and activities . *Homework for covering - Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1000000 and determine the value of each digit. Round any number up to 1000000 to the nearest 10, 100, 1000, 10000 and 100000. There are 3 differentiated sheets 5A, 5B and 5C. *Question titles and resources for a maths working wall aimed at KS2 - focus Reasoning . Also, includes Place Value resources linked to Y5 expectations.

By jreadshaw

Mastering Mental Addition - Building place value skillsQuick View

Mastering Mental Addition - Building place value skills

This TES Number addition pack provides interactive games and worksheets to support place value work. Interactive games: (click to launch from the preview panel or the file listing) Adding a two-digit number to a multiple of 10 to give an answer less than 100 Adding multiples of 10 to give an answer less than 200 Adding a two-digit number to a multiple of 10 to give an answer greater than 100 Adding multiples of 100 Adding 1, 10 or 100 to a three-digit number to give an answer less than 1000 Adding multiples of 10 or 100 to a three-digit number to give an answer less than 1000 Adding a two-digit number to a near-multiple of 10 to give an answer up to 100 Adding 10, 100 or 1000 to a four-digit number Adding three-digit multiples of 10, not crossing 100, to give an answer up to 1000 Adding two-digit multiples of 10 to three-digit multiples of 10, crossing the 100 Adding three-digit multiples of 10, crossing the 100, to give an answer up to 1000 Downloads: Worksheets to support the above objectives: Sheet 1 - Adding a two-digit number to a multiple of 10 to give an answer less than 100 Sheet 2 - Adding multiples of 10 to give an answer less than 200 Sheet 3 - Adding a two-digit number to a multiple of 10 to give an answer greater than 100 Sheet 4 - Adding multiples of 100 Sheet 5 - Adding 1, 10 or 100 to a three-digit number to give an answer less than 1000 Sheet 6 - Adding multiples of 10 or 100 to a three-digit number to give an answer less than 1000 Answer sheet (all steps)

By tesNumber-resources

Dice Place Value GameQuick View

Dice Place Value Game

This game is designed to build fluency with reading and writing large numbers to the millions place. Just add dice! Designed for Years 3,4 and 5 to help students memorize and practice place value of large numbers. What's Included: - Game prep instructions for teacher - 2 score sheets for students with instructions - 3 different variations of the game for differentiation This game was designed for my students to play while in small groups. The goal is a fun way for them to review and practice reading and comparing large numbers. In this game, students take turns rolling dice. Each dice roll, gives the students a number to be placed in one of their empty place value positions. They can then put this number anywhere they want while also trying to figure out where it would give them the smallest or largest value, depending on the variation of the game. Included in this game are directions for three different variations; partners competing to see who builds the largest number, smallest number or reads it correctly. There is also a score sheet at the end. In round 1, student each roll the dice 4 times, trading turns between each roll, to build a number to the thousands place. If the teacher tells the students to get the largest number, the student whose number has the largest value will win the round and receive 1 point while their partner earns 0 points. As an added bonus, I tell my students they must also read their number out loud correctly to their partner. The rounds are designed to increase in difficulty as the game progresses. In round 1 students are playing to the thousands place, however rounds 4-10 they are playing to the millions place. My 5th graders loved it this year and it provided a great way to review those place value skills. Thank you so much for purchasing this product. I hope your students like it as much as my students did.

By t1492t

Place Value Year 3Quick View

Place Value Year 3

Various activities looking at +/- 10 and 100, numberlines and missing values with some activities from the White Rose Maths Hub documents. Notebook includes a link to primary games.

By lrwhaxby

Place Value Year 5  Fluency,  Problem Solving and  ReasoningQuick View

Place Value Year 5 Fluency, Problem Solving and Reasoning

Lots of differentiated practical worksheets, task cards, and activities to cover the following (2014) objective: Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1000000 and determine the value of each digit. Includes problems and reasoning for deeper learning and understanding. Thank you for downloading. ***Please look for the large files (Flip -chart and PDF) which contain all the resources without the Paws & Clause watermark.***

By jreadshaw

Place ValueQuick View

Place Value

I am so excited to share this Place Value resource with you. I hope you find it useful! This 40 page pack is great for Lower KS2. In this pack, you will find: -Word Wall Words -3 Posters -5 sets of Task Cards (20 or 30 cards in each set) with Answer Keys -Ideas for ways to use task cards -6 Differentiated Cut & Paste Place Value Activities

By teacherkari3

Place ValueQuick View

Place Value

This worksheet support concrete learning with Straws, Base 10 and counters

By WRMathsHub

Place Value Puzzles (KS2)Quick View

Place Value Puzzles (KS2)

6 Place Value Crossnumber Puzzles, originally designed for Key Stage 2 and equivalents. This would be a good back to school activity for your new class in the first week back. There are 2 puzzles for numbers up to 5 digits / ten thousands, 2 puzzles for numbers up to 6 digits / one hundred thousands, and 2 puzzles for numbers up to 7 digits / millions. For each of 5, 6 and 7-digit numbers the first puzzle is for practising reading the word version and writing the digit version in the grid, while the second, more challenging puzzle for each involves adding and subtracting from large numbers (increase by 1000, take away five hundred thousand etc). These more challenging puzzles use a mixture of words and digits for the given calculations, with pupils entering digits in the grid as before. SOLUTIONS for all puzzles are provided in the same file. These are a more engaging alternative to worksheets and should help pupils consolidate their understanding of place value in a fun way. This pack also provides good differentation and could also be used across different age groups / classes. You can get these puzzles alongside my other Place Value activities and games (large differentiated sets of self-check Place Value trails for 5, 6 and 7-digit numbers and also decimal Place Value games) in this good value bundle: KS2 Place Value Activities Bundle Some of my other popular KS2 Maths resources: Mental Maths Bundle Multiplication / Division Bundle Angles / Symmetry Bundle For time-saving, engaging resources to help you plan Primary Literacy, Maths and French lessons, visit FullShelf Resources

By FullShelf

Place Value Bingo ActivityQuick View

Place Value Bingo Activity

Engaging bingo activity based on place value. There is a mix of questions focusing on turning words to figures and finding the value of an underlined digit. Bingo is always popular with pupils and I have regularly used them in my lessons - my students have often requested them, or that we do them again after the first go. Pupils can either draw a 3 x 3 grid in their book, or you can print off some of the blank grids at the start of the powerpoint. They then fill their grid with a selection of the bingo question answers. Can play for both a line and a full house to extend the game or keep pupils interested if their questions aren't coming up often. For replayability, the slide questions can be rearranged so they come up in a different order.

By prof689

Place Value PowerPointQuick View

Place Value PowerPoint

Place Value PowerPoint - This interactive PowerPoint helps students understand place value and expanded notation. It is problem-based (Alex needs help with his shopping list) and interactive, they use their personal whiteboards to work out answers. This is great fun and keeps all the students actively stimulated and on task during the lesson. Place Value PowerPoint (9 slides). Created by Lindy du Plessis (store: Lindy loves to teach).

By lindylovestoteach

Year 3/4 Place Value planning and resourcesQuick View

Year 3/4 Place Value planning and resources

This consists of two weekly plans based around place value for a mixed Year 3/4 class. Each weekly plan has 3 lessons as I planned these when I shared a class and the other two lessons were based on homework, Times Tables and mental maths. The plans include 6 lessons in total with M/O starters, LOs, learning outcomes, 3 way differentiation and clear success criteria. There are also some activities which I have made - the other resources mentioned in the plans are ones I have found online. I have uploaded Week 1, Lesson 1 as a sample in my free resources.

By danniellaleigh

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Year 4 Place Value AssessmentsQuick View

Year 4 Place Value Assessments

Nine assessments for all Year 4 Place Value objectives. Includes: PV1: Count in multiples of 6, 7, 9, 25 and 1000 PV2: Find 1000 more or less than a given number PV3: Count backwards through zero to include negative numbers PV4: Recognise the place value of each digit in a four-digit number (thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones) PV5: Order and compare numbers beyond 1000 PV6: Identify, represent and estimate numbers using different representations PV7: Round any number to the nearest 10, 100 or 1000 PV8: Solve number and practical problems that involve all of the above and with increasingly large positive numbers PV9: Read Roman numerals to 100 (I to C) and know that over time, the numeral system changed to include the concept of zero and place value AND a mark scheme for all tests Follow this link for all 42 assessments for all Year 4 maths objectives... 42 Year 4 Maths Mini-Assessments More like this... Year 4 Maths Assessments and Tracking Year 4 Science Assessments

By mrajlong

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PLACE VALUE TASK CARDS Year 3Quick View

PLACE VALUE TASK CARDS Year 3

Up for your consideration is a set of 32 Place Value Task cards. Made following Year 3 National Curriculum requirements for Number - Place Value. Can be used as a treasure hunt around the classroom; as table tasks or group work. Suitable for Year 3, lower Year 4 Recording sheet and answers included.

By hoppytimes

Place value powerpointsQuick View

Place value powerpoints

Place value powerpoints concerning partitioning numbers, arrow cards, abacus and dienes.

By V63

Addition and Subtraction with place value countersQuick View

Addition and Subtraction with place value counters

HTO + HTO (which show carrying shown clearly and visually) Visual addition using place value disks Suitable for mastery of maths and supporting conceptual understanding of addition with carrying. Subtraction using place value disks (with exchanging/regrouping shown clearly and visually) Suitable for mastery of maths and supporting conceptual understanding of subtraction with exchanging/regrouping. Suitable for any aged child tackling these concepts, particularly useful in Lower Key Stage Two. PPT presentation can be modified/adapted to make other calculations to use as examples.

By Cervinia

Place Value with DienesQuick View

Place Value with Dienes

Cards with diagrams of numbers shown in Dienes. Children look at the tens and units and identify the number it represents. Next steps: Adding two 2-digit numbers together using Dienes diagram as prompt. Children draw the tens and units from both numbers altogether in the answer box and then write down the number it equals in total.

By abbiperrin

Place Value Jigsaw cardsQuick View

Place Value Jigsaw cards

A great independent resource. A place value puzzle where children match the number, with how many tens and ones in the number and how the number is represented using dienes.

By Mandem2014

Place Value Reasoning gameQuick View

Place Value Reasoning game

Differentiated place value game. Print and laminate the cards. The aim of the game: Each child in the group receives a card. They take turns to role the 1-9 die. Each time they roll a number they must decide where to write it on the card to give them the best chance of constructing the highest number (if they roll a 9, they might consider putting that in the thousands column). When writing the numbers in, the children must include the appropriate number of zeros as place holders. When each child has filled in the white boxes, they must construct the number in the green box. The winner is the one with the highest number. The rest of the players must cross off a life at the bottom of the card. If you lose all three lives, you are out. The winner of the game is remaining survivor. As a variation the children can try to construct the lowest number. Challenge: Instead of rolling the die and choosing a place on their own card, they must decide a place on one of their opponent's places! This challenges the children at a deeper level e.g. if the aim is to achieve the highest number and they roll a '9', they may want to put that digit in an opponents smallest available place value column. If they roll a '1', they may want to place it in the largest. Extension: Probability and fractions. e.g. 'How likely is it that 'A' will win?' 'In order to win, what digits do I need to roll? What fraction of the digits is that? e.g. 2 of the 9 (2/9) to win and therefor unlikely but possible.

By TJ48