Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice place value? This pack of differentiated place value games comes with a variety of pirate themed activities and a set of mini posters. Help your students understand how to use a place value chart and understand ones, tens, hundreds and thousands.
The pack of place value games is aligned to several place value CCSS for grades 1, 2 and 3. Your students will enjoy participating in the comparing numbers activity as they practice their greater than, less than and equal to symbols. Plus, students will practice ordering numbers, writing numbers in expanded form and word form, representing numbers in various ways and skip counting!
Check out what is included with this pack of place value activities!
⭐️Mini posters: for place value, comparing numbers, ordering numbers, number, expanded, and word form
⭐️Find your mate: a game that gets your students up and moving to practice different ways to represent a number (pirate hat template included)
⭐️Accordion book: about place value
⭐️Place Value match up: Can be played as a concentration or go fish type game. Students will match the different ways to represent a number
⭐️Around the Board Place Value: A board game to practice writing numbers in expanded and word form.
⭐️The Greatest Parrot: In this comparing numbers activity, students compete to create the greatest number
⭐️Color a Pirate: A color by number page using greater than/less than
⭐️Greater Than Less Than Equal To Pirate Sort: In this comparing numbers activity, students will add numbers on cards to find the sum and sort by greater than, less than, or equal to.
⭐️Skip Counting Puzzles: Students must find the skip counting pattern and put the numbers in the correct order to create the picture.
Your students will practice these important place value skills:
- Place value of ones, tens, hundred and thousands.
- Place value chart
- Representing numbers
- Writing numbers in expanded form
- Writing numbers in word form
- Ordering numbers
- Comparing numbers with greater than, less than and equal to symbols
- Skip counting
❤️You will LOVE these activities and games because they are differentiated! There are different versions of the same activities that vary in difficulty and use different place value charts. The sets are: thousands, hundreds, tens, and ones place; hundreds, tens, and ones place; or just tens and ones place.
❤️Your students will LOVE these place value activities because they are pirate themed!
These place value games can be used for:
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What teachers are saying…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Such great fun ways to promote the acquisition of number sense.” – Jeanne B.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Such a fun way to teach place value skills!” – Jillian S.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Worked great with my math groups!” – Catherine G.
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