Place Value Practice for Ones Place to Millions PlaceQuick View

Place Value Practice for Ones Place to Millions Place

This practice-packed unit will help students master this essential math skill! Activities offer a variety of formats to ensure a strong grasp of place value concepts. Matching, drills, number searches, number puzzles, riddles, skill challenges, and more provide reinforcement while keeping interest high. Students begin by reviewing the ones place and continue up to the millions place. Skills Covered Include: - Identifying place value - Writing largest & smallest number - Comma placement - Problem solving - Addition & subtraction (by 10, 100, & 1,000) - Base ten blocks - and more!
RemediaPub
Place Value BundleQuick View

Place Value Bundle

This place value bundle includes activities for expanded form and number names or word format in both whole number and decimals. 135 place value problems in all! Over a 10% savings from buying the individual activities! Includes: Place Value Expanded form •30 problems, whole numbers to the hundred thousands place •Direction sheet •Answer sheet •Interactive notebook page Place Value Word Form •30 problems, whole numbers to the hundred thousands place •Direction sheet •Answer sheet •Interactive notebook page Place Value Match •75 problems •15 each of hundreds, thousands, ten thousands, hundred thousands. •5 each of decimals, tenths, hundredths and thousandths. •Directions •Answer Sheet
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Primary Place ValueQuick View

Primary Place Value

Give your students a strong math foundation with Primary Place Value! Beginning with ones and tens and increasing in difficulty to hundreds, 46 imaginatively-illustrated practice activities are sure to provide reinforcement of this essential math concept. The clever activities are repeated in a variety of formats to insure a strong grasp of essential concepts. The groupings are represented in a number of different ways to keep interest high while providing consistent results. The level of difficulty increases gradually as students become more adept in their understanding and ability to deal with abstract problems. This visual approach to learning math is appropriate for students of all ages and can be used in a variety of classroom settings. Upon completing this book, students should be able to: identify the place name of a digit by its position in a numeral, attribute a value to each digit in a numeral, graphically illustrate three-digit numbers, write three-digit numbers correctly, and discriminate greater and less than quantities.
RemediaPub
Place Value RevisionQuick View

Place Value Revision

In this presentation you can find different sorts of questions that help students understand place value . 1- there are base ten blocks, students count and find the answer. 2- Students get two-digit number, they have to find what is in the tens and ones digit . 3- Students count forward by ones. 4- Students count by tens. 5- Math quizzes( I'm a number with......Who am I) 6- I think of a number with---in the ones and ---in the tens digit.What is the number? 7- Mark true or false math problems. I tried to keep my show colorful and clear as much as I could. I hope you like it.
samah1968
Place Value Expanded FormQuick View

Place Value Expanded Form

This set contains 24 ice cream cones to allow students the opportunity to practice place value and to read and write numbers in standard form, written form, and expanded form for ten and hundreds. These are also great for math centers. Just laminate and use year after year.
Georgeanne
Place Value Task Cards - OrderingQuick View

Place Value Task Cards - Ordering

The objective of these place value task cards is to practice ordering whole numbers up to 120 using place value. There is a definition/example card for the word “order”, 24 task cards (in color and repeated in line art), a recording sheet, and an answer key. It is suggested that the cards be copied on card stock and laminated to improve the durability and longevity of this resource. It is suggested that the cards be copied on card stock and laminated to improve the durability and longevity of this resource. Options for use: Place cards around the room to incorporate movement during math. Play “Scoot” as a whole class. Use as an independent center activity. Cards can be used in a designated space or taken to student desks.
ResourceRanch
Place Value to 1000 - Bundle PackQuick View

Place Value to 1000 - Bundle Pack

Place Value to 1000 bundle pack has over 50+ worksheets, games and activities to help kids learn and practice place value. This will be a great resource for classroom assignments, assessments and homework. The contents of this Place Value pack includes: 1. Understanding 3 digit numbers and writing them in expanded form. 2. Understanding 3 digit numbers and writing them in short form. 3. Different ways to show 100 4. Cut and Paste worksheets 5. Skip count by 5s, 10s and 100s 6. Read and write numbers to 1000 7. Compare 3 digit numbers 8. Froggy Board Game and Cards (can also be used as Task Cards) 9. Place Value Matching Cards (both Black & White and Colored version) to learn positioning the numbers correctly A great resource to teach place value to 1000! There are three separate pdf documents in a single zip file. The answer key for this place value to one thousand bundle is also included.
ElementaryStudies
Place Value Task Cards BundleQuick View

Place Value Task Cards Bundle

These place value task cards include practice for instantly recognizing the quantity of structured arrangements using a pictorial model, ordering whole numbers, comparing whole numbers using comparative language, representing the comparison of two numbers using the symbols for less than/greater than/equal, and using expanded form to represent numbers. Within each set you will find a definition/example card for each main objective, 24 task cards (in color and repeated in line art), a recording sheet, and an answer key. It is suggested that the cards be copied on card stock and laminated to improve the durability and longevity of this resource. Suggestions for use: Place cards around the room to incorporate movement during math. Play “Scoot” as a whole class. Use as an independent center activity. Cards can be used in a designated space or taken to student desks. The sets included are also available individually.
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Place Value Bundle (4 Worksheets)Quick View

Place Value Bundle (4 Worksheets)

PLACE VALUE BUNDLE 4 WORKSHEETS You receive 4 different worksheets all dealing with place value of whole numbers. These worksheets are great practice and reinforcement for place values up to HUNDRED TRILLIONS!! Here is what you'll receive: Worksheet #1 - students are given large numbers with ONE specific digit that is underlined; they must identify that place value; good basic practice; 20 examples; Worksheet #2 - ABSTRACT LETTERS for Place Value! - Very different yet effective worksheet; students are given LETTERS representing numbers and must circle the LETTER to identify a given place value; 20 examples; Worksheets #3 and #4 - PLACE VALUE ROUND UP! What's the Number? these two VERY DIFFERENT worksheets will make sure they know their place values; they are given information about specific digits and must end up writing the correct LARGE numbers placing zeroes along the way; 15 examples with 5 extra place value questions at the end; All 4 worksheets require and test their knowledge of place value. Your download of 7 pages includes answers. Designed and created by David Filipek. Copyright© 2017 David Filipek All rights reserved by the author. Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
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Place Value Worksheet (3 digits)Quick View

Place Value Worksheet (3 digits)

Practice the place values (up to the hundreds place) with this worksheet with ten problems. The problems will change its values each time you reprint it so you can reuse this worksheet over and over again!
idoknowmath
Large Number Place Value Solve & Draw ActivityQuick View

Large Number Place Value Solve & Draw Activity

Place Value Solve and Draw sheets for 4th grade standards are an easy, no-prep way to make review work or practice using large numbers more engaging. This space-themed set includes large number place value practice for 3 digit to 8 digit numbers, broken down into levels so you can differentiate or use different pages throughout the year as your students master larger numbers. Inspired by a group of reluctant mathematicians with amazing creativity, these printables are designed to engage students in math practice with an artistic twist. This resource may be used as a fun quiz or as a review. Perfect for the sub tub or a math center. How Solve & Draw Activities Work Students solve the place value problems and add to the space-themed drawing based on their answers. Students are directed on what to draw but are able to personalize the item to their preferences and drawing styles. Drawings can range from stick figures to anime inspired to cartoons to realistic and everything in between. Drawing is no-prep because it can be done with the student’s normal writing utensil (pen or pencil). You may choose to allow colored pencils, crayons, or markers but they are not required. This works well as a homework option for families who may not have those supplies to offer and is a great “print and go” resource for sub days, warm ups, and math centers! These place value printables work well to extend thinking and for early finishers. An optional challenge page is included that can be copied on the back of the worksheet – this gives students an extension opportunity by asking them to create a place value problem that fits one of the incorrect drawing prompts or to create a new problem and their own drawing prompts. They can then add the correct drawings to their own paper or you can share them with the whole class for further practice! Included Skills Large number place value understanding from 3 digit – 8 digit numbers Identifying the value of digits in large numbers Expanded form Comparing large numbers using , and = Writing large numbers given the words` Writing large number words given the digits Reading carefully CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.2 Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons. CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.4.NBT.A.3 Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.
activateducation
Place Value and Powers of 10 Interactive Notebook SetQuick View

Place Value and Powers of 10 Interactive Notebook Set

Introduce and practice using powers of ten for place value notation with this engaging low prep interactive notebook set. All the included parts: an interactive mini book, practice activities, and formative assessment are designed to fit perfectly in your students' composition books or math journals.
LeafandSTEMLearning
Place Value Word Problem Task Cards-SEPTEMBERQuick View

Place Value Word Problem Task Cards-SEPTEMBER

Does this sound familiar...you come back from lunch and recess and your plan is to begin your lesson but your students are too chatty and excited to settle and you waste the next ten minutes trying to get them back on track? Or maybe you clean up before special a few minutes too early and you have about five extra minutes before your class needs to leave? Or my favorite, the buses are running late and your administrator announces dismissal will be about ten minutes behind schedule. Soooo....what do you do? Don't waste those few minutes! You can absolutely save your sanity, sneak in a bit more review and enrichment, and engage the class without needing a bunch of supplies. Pull up a task card on the board or read it to your class and have your students practice those tricky word problems. If you are someone who keeps math journals, have your students work out the problem in their notebooks. Or use dry erase boards. Or hey just for fun, write on their desks!! This month you can focus on two and three digit numbers using place value. The wording is switched up so the students are not always hearing the same place value listed first. There are 20 days worth of problems that increase in complexity as the month progresses. An ANSWER KEY is also included! These task cards are geared towards second graders but could be used for high first graders or struggling third graders. @2017 All rights reserved by author. These materials are intended for personal use by a single classroom only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. For use in multiple classrooms, please purchase additional licenses. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. See product file for clip art and font credits. Thank you so much for your download! Drop me a note and let me know what you think of this product! If there is a problem with anything, you can email me at citylimitseconds@gmail.com Love, Holly Place Value Word Problem Task Cards-SEPTEMBER by Holly Hawley is licensed under a .
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Place Value Task Cards Set 1:Tens and Ones: 1st Grade CC: Understand place valueQuick View

Place Value Task Cards Set 1:Tens and Ones: 1st Grade CC: Understand place value

This is a set of 24 task cards aligned to the first grade common core standards: CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.B.2 Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases: CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.B.2.a 10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones — called a "ten." CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.B.2.b The numbers from 11 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones. CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.B.2.c The numbers 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90 refer to one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine tens (and 0 ones). Students will need to identify number when shown groups of tens and ones and separate numbers into groups of tens and ones. QR Codes are included so that students can check their work. *Update: 2 versions of the task cards are now included: one with QR codes, and one without Ideas for using task cards in your classroom: -centers -small group/intervention -write the room -scoot -early finisher choice -cooperative learning activity
enchantedinelementary
Place Value Lesson FREE PowerPoint PREVIEWQuick View

Place Value Lesson FREE PowerPoint PREVIEW

PLACE VALUE LESSON FREE POWERPOINT PREVIEW * TAKE A LOOK! IT’S FREE! * This FREE preview gives you a great idea of what the ENTIRE program is like. * Designed to get the kids actively involved with the answers. * Place Value of Whole Numbers - an important concept in their math program. * This PowerPoint Lesson will help students reinforce their place value up to Hundred Trillions! * Take a look ~ it's FREE! Designed and created by David Filipek. Copyright© 2017 David Filipek All rights reserved by the author. Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
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Place Value PowerPoint for KS2Quick View

Place Value PowerPoint for KS2

Read, write, order and compare numbers to at least 1,000,000 and determine the value of each digit. This resource explores place value for larger numbers with various games, activities, questions and extensions used with my previous classes in Years 5 and 6. Printable slides for resources in white. Clear layout and simply formatted to make it quick and easy editing for your class! Please leave a review for anything you like/anything you think could be improved on.
LeoLymanResources
Understanding Place Value - Playlist and Teaching NotesQuick View

Understanding Place Value - Playlist and Teaching Notes

Students explore standard 4.NBT.A.1 with this playlist. They will work to understand the relationship between a digit’s position in a number and its value. Students will compare the values of digits in different places. They will multiply and divide numbers by powers of 10 and explain the result. Students also have the option to view instructional videos and complete practice quizzes or activities. This product includes: • 4 links to instructional videos or texts • 3 links to practice quizzes or activities • Definitions of key terms, such as place value • Visual examples of how to use place-value charts and base-ten blocks to understand place value • An accompanying Teaching Notes file The Teaching Notes file includes: • A review of key terminology • Links to additional practice quizzes or activities • Links to video tutorials for students struggling with certain parts of the standard, such as having difficulty representing numbers with place-value charts or base-ten blocks
Wisewire
Place Value Round Up What's the Number PLUS Place Value with Large NumbersQuick View

Place Value Round Up What's the Number PLUS Place Value with Large Numbers

PLACE VALUE ROUND UP WHAT'S THE NUMBER? PLUS PLACE VALUE WITH LARGE NUMBERS * * * PLACE VALUE ROUND UP WHAT'S THE NUMBER: * Do your students know their place values well? Can they pinpoint specific place values? * These TWO VERY DIFFERENT worksheets will reinforce this skill up to hundred trillions! * Students are given place values for specific digits and must put those digits in their proper places. THEN students must write the FINAL number adding zeroes in THEIR proper places too! * Will truly reinforce their knowledge of place values up to hundred trillions. * Your download of 3 pages includes answers. * * * PLACE VALUE w/ LARGER NUMBERS: * You receive 2 different worksheets on place value up to hundred trillions. * These 2 printables will help students practice and reinforce their place value while holding their attention. - - Worksheet #1 is basic and asks students to identify a specific place within larger numbers. - - Worksheet #2 uses LETTERS instead of numbers. Students must write the place value for underlined LETTERS showing they "know their stuff". Different and effective. * Your 4-page download includes answers. Designed and created by David Filipek. Copyright© 2017 David Filipek All rights reserved by the author. Permission for downloads to copy for single classroom use only. Electronic distribution limited to single classroom use only. Not for public display.
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Place Value Task Cards for Expanded Form PracticeQuick View

Place Value Task Cards for Expanded Form Practice

The objective of these place value task cards is to practice using expanded form to represent numbers to 100. There is a definition/example card for “expanded form”, 24 task cards (in color and repeated in line art), a recording sheet, and an answer key. It is suggested that the cards be copied on card stock and laminated to improve the durability and longevity of this resource. Options for use: Place cards around the room to incorporate movement during math. Play “Scoot” as a whole class. Use as an independent center activity. Cards can be used in a designated space or taken to student desks.
ResourceRanch
Place Value Puzzles Set 1: Tens and OnesQuick View

Place Value Puzzles Set 1: Tens and Ones

This is a set of 28 place value puzzles. The number is on one piece, and the groups of tens and ones are on the other piece. Includes: -28 place value puzzles -2 recording sheets Ideas for using these puzzles in the classroom: -literacy center -in a pocket chart -cooperative learning activity -early finishers
enchantedinelementary