Place Value Task Cards - FIVE Sets
Objectives of these place value task cards include practice of instantly recognizing the quantity of structured arrangements using a pictorial model, ordering whole numbers, comparing whole numbers using comparative language, representing the comparison of two numbers using the symbols >, <, or =, and using
expanded form to represent numbers.
Who is it for?
Shoppers on a budget
2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
Within each of the five sets you will find a definition/example card for each main objective, 24 task cards (in color and repeated in line art), a recording sheet, and an answer key.
It is suggested that the cards be copied on card stock and laminated to improve the durability and longevity of this resource.
Suggestions for use:
Place cards around the room to incorporate movement during math.
Play “Scoot” as a whole class.
Use as an independent center activity. Cards can be used in a designated space or taken to student desks.
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