Tuesday, 28 August 2012

Using Place Value Printables!

Using Place Value Printables

Place Value is one of the first topics I teach at the start f the school year. Not only because it lays the foundation for understanding many other topics in math but because it is a fun topic to learn and it can set the tone of fun learning in your class because your new students will enjoy their first lessons in your class. This is my place value printable set of games and activities. It has manipulatives which are color coded place value blocks for students to assemble to represent different number values ranging from ones and tens to hundreds and thousands. 

Place Value Resources
I love teaching the hands-on way!

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