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# Place Value Activities

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Activities and ideas for when you are teaching place value to kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade. Anchor charts, number sense, and more!

Teaching double-digit addition is tough. Teaching it virtually is even harder. This blog post outlines activities and lesson ideas that will work virtually. These math activities will help your students understand double-digit addition with regrouping and without regrouping. Find more math ideas for first grade and second grade here!

Check out these digital and hands-on tools to help students learn how to add and subtract within 1,000. From online games to interactive anchor charts to traditional base-ten blocks activities, you can help your students visualize and conceptualize 3-digit addition and 3-digit subtraction.

Learn more about teaching your students how to represent numbers using number names, base ten, and expanded form with these activities and strategies.

Learn more about teaching skip counting in this 2nd grade math unit. There are anchor charts, activities, and other strategies to help students learn how to fluently skip count by various numbers within 1,000.

This free lesson plan helps your second grade math students practice skip-counting. It is a standards-based math activity that covers Common Core 2.NBT.2. This free activity will be sent straight to your inbox!

Learn more about teaching your students how to represent numbers using number names, base ten, and expanded form with these activities and strategies.

Learn more about teaching comparing 3-digit numbers in this 2nd grade math unit. There are anchor charts, activities, assessments and technology ideas to help students learn how to compare numbers using symbols and place value.

Check out these digital and hands-on tools to help students learn how to add and subtract within 1,000. From online games to interactive anchor charts to traditional base-ten blocks activities, you can help your students visualize and conceptualize 3-digit addition and 3-digit subtraction.

Check out these digital and hands-on tools to help students learn how to add and subtract within 1,000. From online games to interactive anchor charts to traditional base-ten blocks activities, you can help your students visualize and conceptualize 3-digit addition and 3-digit subtraction.

Teaching double-digit addition is tough. Teaching it virtually is even harder. This blog post outlines activities and lesson ideas that will work virtually. These math activities will help your students understand double-digit addition with regrouping and without regrouping. Find more math ideas for first grade and second grade here!

Learn more about teaching comparing 3-digit numbers in this 2nd grade math unit. There are anchor charts, activities, assessments and technology ideas to help students learn how to compare numbers using symbols and place value.

Learn more about teaching your students how to represent numbers using number names, base ten, and expanded form with these activities and strategies.

Learn more about teaching your students how to represent numbers using number names, base ten, and expanded form with these activities and strategies.

Check out these digital and hands-on tools to help students learn how to add and subtract within 1,000. From online games to interactive anchor charts to traditional base-ten blocks activities, you can help your students visualize and conceptualize 3-digit addition and 3-digit subtraction.

This free lesson plan helps your second grade math students practice skip-counting. It is a standards-based math activity that covers Common Core 2.NBT.2. This free activity will be sent straight to your inbox!

Check out these digital and hands-on tools to help students learn how to add and subtract within 1,000. From online games to interactive anchor charts to traditional base-ten blocks activities, you can help your students visualize and conceptualize 3-digit addition and 3-digit subtraction.