Place value game where students roll the dice to make the base 10 block numbers then write how many tens, ones, and the number

Place value game where students roll the dice to make the base 10 block numbers then write how many tens, ones, and the number. Relates to the standard of place value and where each number belongs within a large number.

Place value die... a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers... hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc

Place value die. a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers. hundreds, one thousands, ten thousands etc. Students can also build numbers with bean sticks or unifix cubes if they're not ready for base 10 blocks

Using number bonds to teach students how to decompose numbers!

A Kindergarten Smorgasboard Number Bond Lesson - Smedleys Smorgasboard of Kindergarten great hands on way to learn about number bonds

Another quick way of completing a survey with the children. Names on pegs (",)

For attendance? A quick get to know you/math (counting and graphing) activity. Later in the year students can generate the questions and write them. Place on light colored paper, laminate, and questions can be added with white board marker.

partitioning

Australian Curriculum - - Apply place value to partition, rearrange & regroup numbers to at least 10 000 to assist calculations & solve problems

Numicon Biscuits - a great recipe for cooking with kids which helps with your math

Numicon Biscuits

Numicon Biscuits step by step instructions of how to make the biscuits; combines life skills and maths skills.

Hey everyone, it's Susan from Thank God it's First Grade (TGIF) and I am here to share some of my favorite free math centers with you! At the beginning of the year there can be A LOT to prepare and ge

My Favorite FREE 1st grade math centers! (Blog Hoppin')

Hey everyone, it& Susan from Thank God it& First Grade (TGIF) and I am here to share some of my favorite free math centers with you! At the beginning of the year there can be A LOT to prepare and ge

Maths challenge task. Count the spots to make the total. Copied from @Delideb1969

Count the spots to make the total. Copied from Maths Continuous Provision Activity Year One

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