Place Value: Here are 6 printable task cards to help your grade students practice tens and ones place value. Students will love the immediate feedback with the QR code on each place value task card! There is a student response form and answer key as well.
Challenge your students with this set of 50 place value riddle cards for three-digit numbers! Suitable for high second through fourth graders, the riddles are solved using place value knowledge, algebraic thinking, and logical reasoning.
Score sheets, a deck of cards, and pencils are all that are needed for this fun decimal place value game! Perhaps a modified score card (with just thousands, hundreds, tens and ones) could be made for students that haven't learned decimals yet.
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Place Value Practice Grade 2
Use this game like activity to provide fun place value practice for your second and third grade students. Classroom anchor charts are included for bulletin boards. Also included are student sized charts that can be used as a resource during the game or in an interactive notebook. Students will use number cards to create 3-digit numbers and write in expanded form, unit form, picture form, number form and word form. Great for practice or review for 2nd grade students or RTI groups.