# Place value activities

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### Teach place value, numbers, decimals, and greater than/less than with these hands on elementary math activities! Use printables, manipulatives, and more!

Learn in Color saved to Learn in Color blog

### Representing a number. I used this for thanksgiving by putting different feathers on a turkey too!

Emily Claire Thompson saved to Elementary Math!

### It’s finally here! My Math worksheet series has finally hit second grade. And what better way to kick it off than with place value. Place value in second grade has students further exploring how the position of a digit in a number determines its value. Students begin looking at hundreds, tens and ones while continuing to develop their number sense skills. To effectively grasp 3 digit place value, students should be exposed to a wide variety of activities allowing them to ‘play’ with numbers…

Megan Liang saved to Teachery Things

### This blog post has 3 secrets for teaching place value so that students have a deeper understanding of these tricky concepts. Simple place value games and activities can help kids learn to represent, order, and compare numbers. Check out the anchor chart and grab the Place Value Mat Freebie! #placevalue #teachingplacevalue #placevalueanchorchart #placevaluestrategies #placevalue2ndgrade #placevalue3rdgrade

TeacherTrap saved to Teaching Math

### FUN, hands-on rainbow maths place value activity teaching tens and ones!

### Well, if you’ve been around here for any length of time, you know that we love to use LEGO® bricks for all kinds of hands-on math activities. I mean, why buy more manipulatives when you can just use what kids love anyway? Here’s a great way to really drive home the concept of place value […]

### 7 Simple Math Card Games - I love quick, simple math games and a pack of cards can be so versatile. #mathcardgames #additiongames #mathgames

becky klein saved to School math

### It’s finally here! My Math worksheet series has finally hit second grade. And what better way to kick it off than with place value. Place value in second grade has students further exploring how the position of a digit in a number determines its value. Students begin looking at hundreds, tens and ones while continuing to develop their number sense skills. To effectively grasp 3 digit place value, students should be exposed to a wide variety of activities allowing them to ‘play’ with numbers…

Tiana Rieck saved to 2.0