Place Value Activities:
We have some place value materials at this post:
Place Value Materials
I also made a Kitty-Hundreds Place Value Cards if that might appeal to your kids:
Another activity we did was called the Stamp Activity. It’s similar to the beads, but it uses small pieces of paper with the numbers 1,000 100 10 and 1 on them.
Bottom picture: Place value stamps (I printed them out on different colored paper): You will find them here:
When my youngest was ready for these activities we got some place value dice that worked really well. She rolled the dice and builds the number (saying the full number aloud):
You’ll find similar Place Value Dice here (affiliate link) or at any teacher store.
Pictured below: Place value stamps (printable available here):
Feed the Dog: Addition and Subtraction Activity
This activity was made by a teacher named Debbie. It’s called Feed the Dog and has problems such as 10-7, 12-8, 2+5 and 3+2. I saw it at Oceans of First Grade Fun. You’ll find the link to print out the game there. It is 8 pages:
You might be interested in these related posts:
- And hundreds-tens-ones addition (9 pages in various combinations)
- Hundreds-Hundreds with Regrouping Like the ones above but with three digits
- Kindergarten Math (addition games/place value activities) — This post has similar activities to the ones shown above
- kitty doubling game for practicing 5+5 through 10+10: Roll a die that has the numbers 5 through 10. Double the number and move the figure ahead one space
- FREE Math Lapbook – for preK, K
- Clock and Time Activities: And links to a clock printable we made
- Telling Time Kitty Clocks – plus tons of clock activities and games
- Free Daily Calendar Page – In this post I shared some of the activities ED did with the lapbook on the days of the week, months of the year and the daily calendar page I made for her.
- Our hands-on activities – when we did our measurement unit on gallons, quarts, pints, etc. (plus the free measurement unit pages below):
including measurement man!
- Ultimate Math Gameboard (great for reviewing ANY math fact — addition, multiplication, division, etc.) — FREE
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