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# MENU MATH IDEAS FOR PLACE VALUE

9 Best Math Menus/Choice Boards images | Math, Teaching
fourth grade place value bulletin board ideas Ready to go Grab your freebie at my TpT store If you like it I Math Coach's Corner Place Value 'I Can' Cards and Choice Board - can make one for kids to practice other skills - like make 13 using cubes/on 10 frames/write it etc. 3 in a row is a winning tic tac toe Teachers Notebook- Math Menus
5 Activities for Teaching Place Value | RUNDE'S ROOM
Aug 24, 2016I'm back with an all new "5 Activities for Teaching" post (click the link for more 5 Activity Ideas) one is all about Place Value many of you, I always like to start my math year with Place Value. This post aims to take you past the traditional hands-on activities that students need like building and exchanging numbers using base 10 blocks, and hopefully gives you some new ideas to[PDF]
Place Value Activity Package - Mathematics Shed
This package is bursting with great ideas that have been created for use by teachers in our kids may not remember all the math you teach them but they Place Value Activities Winnipeg School Division Numeracy Project . Place Value Activity Package
Using Math Menus: Some Nuts & Bolts | Marilyn Burns Math Blog
This blog post resulted from an email exchange I had with Jill Downing, a Title 1 Educator with the Helena Public Schools in Montana. My recent blog about using the children's book 17 Kings and 42 Elephants included a link to an article I wrote, "Using Math Menus." Jill read the article and was interested in more information. Her questions pushed me to reflect on some of the nuts and bolts I
Understanding Place Value, Basic Math Concepts
Place value refers to the value of each digit in a number. For example, the number  753 has three "places"—or columns—each with a specific value. In this three-digit number, the  3  is in the "ones" place, the  5  is in the "tens" place, and the 7  is in the "hundreds" place.
Place Value: How to Assess Students' Understanding
Jan 18, 2016If you’re familiar with Cooks Illustrated magazine, you know that they use their test kitchen to tinker with recipes and improve on them. In each issue, they report on all of the attempts they make and then finally present a recipe they recommend. In a way, I feel as if my search for a way to assess students’ understanding of place value has gone through a similar math teaching test kitchen.
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