This cooperative game follows the same procedures and objectives as the original Place Value Top It!, game (also available in my store, but offers opportunity for students to practice reading and writing whole numbers and decimals to the thousandths place.
This game was designed to supplement instruction of place value in a fun way, and is appropriate for students who are learning to master numbers from the hundreds to the hundred millions. All you need for this game is dice and your class is ready to roll!
We get to play Pac-Man in school? Students can never quite believe it when we start this activity. Help your students use their place value skills, >, <, expanded notation, writing numbers as words and comparing and ordering larger numbers while having a little fun.
This student study guide offers direct vocabulary instruction and CCSS aligned reading and writing activities for Elmer and the Dragon, the sequel to My Father's Dragon, by Ruth Stiles Gannett. It would be appropriate for students needing differentiated instruction and scaffolds in place to access text.
This student-made, interactive place value chart and practice mat provide a visual opportunity for 4th and 5th grade students to read and write numbers from the thousandths place to the ten millions place. It was developed to extend student ability who have mastered place value of ones, tens, hundreds and thousands using Base Ten manipulatives and place value mats.
An engaging partner game for building fluency with decimal place value. Students will compare between numbers with decimals and decide which has the greater value.9 Unique sets of decimal place value cards with varying skill levels:9 Unique sets of cards with varying skill levels:Decimal Place value to the tenths placeDecimal Place value to the hundredths placeDecimal Place value to the thousandths placePrint 2-4 copies of each set to make a deck.
This supplemental homework packet was created to offer predictable practice of the /ai/ and /ay/ double vowel syllable types, taught in daily phonics lessons in class. Vocabulary practice opportunities and sight word practice are included. In addition, a parent cover letter discusses concepts being taught in class.
This student was practicing reading and writing numbers through the hundreds place. I used this activity as an opportunity to assess whether students could: read or listen to a number on the blue card, build the number with manipulatives and rewrite the number in the correct place on the laminated chart.