Understanding place value is fundamental to developing and mastering number sense skills. Use this assessment activity to evaluate how your first graders are coming along in their understanding of place value using tens and ones.
Engage your students in learning about place value by having them make their very own numbers! Students will have fun drawing out tens and ones to create any number they wish with this creative math worksheet.
Enjoy a Halloween-themed race to 100 as students imagine units, rods, and flats as candies, broomsticks, and pumpkins. Players will use this pumpkin race board to regroup between place values up to the hundreds place in order to win the game!
Students imagine units and rods are candies and broomsticks in this place value game. They will use this board to regroup between place values up to the tens place, and the first player to get to five broomsticks, or 50, wins the game!