First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to 19, number chains and what to do with them!

First grade common core place value, numbers 11 to number chains and what to do with them! I think earning chains for skills would be great!

Meet Perry the Place Value Robot! Great anchor chart for teaching word for and expanded form. Links to a great blog post with lots of resources!

Meet Perry the Place Value Robot! Great anchor chart for teaching word for and expanded form. Would be cute with my robot themed September!

Concrete way to represent the value of money. The First Grade Parade: Favorite Pins Friday!

But the best idea I saw all day was a way to help kids understand coin values. You can use unifix cubes and a hundreds board to really drive home the understanding that different coins have different values. What a great idea!

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out? Very popular in my class! LG☆

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out?

Addition.

Kindergartners add the two sides of a domino and then put it on the matching plywood square. GREAT for seeing all of the combinations to twelve! (image/idea only)

A fun way to explore with numicon. Children can work out adding and taking away with numicon for a prompt.

A fun way to explore with numicon. Children can work out adding and taking away with numicon for a prompt.

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