This simple to make Place Value Folder is a perfect for math centers, early finishers & homework. It’s a MUST make dice game for teaching numeracy with your kids!
Our Place Value Folder is an excellent place value activity for fun hands-on learning. It is a great addition to any Math center and is ideal for partner or independent work.
Kids love playing Place Value classroom games and this one will help your kids to learn so many place value understandings. Students can practice connecting number names, numerals, place value and expanded notation in a fun motivating dice game. They will learn how to read, write, say and make so many different numbers.
What’s more our place value printable game can be quickly and easily differentiated to meet the individual need of any students without hours of extra work! Just decide if you are going to extend the folder to include decimals, or if you’re going beyond the thousands!
Download the place value template and make a whole class set today for fun and fluency NOT FEAR!
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Suitable Grades or Year Levels
This folder template is ideal for teaching place value to a range of students. Adapt the game or align it to a specific curriculum. It is suitable for Place Value Activities for Year/Grade 1 to Year/Grade 6 Students!
Let us know in the comments how you adapt this place value games printable!
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Place Value Folder Instructions
This dice game & Place Value Folder is so simple to make and will help your students consolidate their Place Value understanding. Use dice to generate the numbers & create questions based around your Year Level curriculum.
In the template there are 6 separate activities for your students including:
- Write the number in digits
- Write the number in words
- Expand the number in a standard form e.g. 100 + 20 + 7 = 127
- Write the number in a non-standard form e.g. 127 = 20 + 100 + 2
- Use MAB – Make the number using MAB and or Popstick bundles. It is important that students make bundles of ten first before using a MAB ‘long’ which the can see is one thing but are told is ten…
- Real Life – think of an example of where the number may be reasonable in real life – I ate 127 cookies would not be realistic… I travelled 127 KM in the car would be more realistic.
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