Cole is very hands on.

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The only thing I could think of would be to go outside and make a big chart on the chalk with squares write in the squares the place value 1s, 10s, hundreds. and decimals if you are to them. then bounce a ball in the correct square when you call it out. Start with "toss it in the ones, toss to the hundreds.

Once they get the idea down add numbers - I call out a number and you tell me what the place value it or vice versa.

You could also use number flash cards and do a relay- lay all the numbers out on the ground - when I call out a number run it over to the correct place value.

I like this roll, build, draw, write, you can do it with unifix cubes:

http://www.jmeacham.com/math/place.value.htm#top

**Roll, Build, Draw, & Write**

Students use the manipulatives to create and then read various pre-taught patterns (AB, ABB, AAB, ABC, AABB, etc).

Materials:

Have you made "ones" and "tens" with popcicle sticks and beans?

http://ateacherstouch.blogspot.com/2011/07/place-value-game.html

It's pouring outside but I will keep this in mind for a sunny day. 8)

Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:The only thing I could think of would be to go outside and make a big chart on the chalk with squares write in the squares the place value 1s, 10s, hundreds. and decimals if you are to them. then bounce a ball in the correct square when you call it out. Start with "toss it in the ones, toss to the hundreds.

Once they get the idea down add numbers - I call out a number and you tell me what the place value it or vice versa.

You could also use number flash cards and do a relay- lay all the numbers out on the ground - when I call out a number run it over to the correct place value.

I really need to suck it up and buy some of these cubes. LOL

Quoting maggiemom2000:I like this roll, build, draw, write, you can do it with unifix cubes:

http://www.jmeacham.com/math/place.value.htm#top

Roll, Build, Draw, & WriteStudents use the manipulatives to create and then read various pre-taught patterns (AB, ABB, AAB, ABC, AABB, etc).

Materials:

Have you made "ones" and "tens" with popcicle sticks and beans?

http://ateacherstouch.blogspot.com/2011/07/place-value-game.html

Quoting mem82:It's pouring outside but I will keep this in mind for a sunny day. 8)

Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:The only thing I could think of would be to go outside and make a big chart on the chalk with squares write in the squares the place value 1s, 10s, hundreds. and decimals if you are to them. then bounce a ball in the correct square when you call it out. Start with "toss it in the ones, toss to the hundreds.

Once they get the idea down add numbers - I call out a number and you tell me what the place value it or vice versa.

You could also use number flash cards and do a relay- lay all the numbers out on the ground - when I call out a number run it over to the correct place value.

LOL Now that is doable!

Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:

Write place value on sheets of paper and toss bean bags?

Quoting mem82:It's pouring outside but I will keep this in mind for a sunny day. 8)

Quoting Jinx-Troublex3:

Anything that will snap together works. He can use square shaped legos! Every time he gets 10 they get snapped together and go into the tens column. Having the rule that if there are 10 they have to be stuck together to make one stick really helps make the whole tens and ones thing concrete. They can really see 2 tens and 3 ones in 23.

Quoting mem82:I really need to suck it up and buy some of these cubes. LOL

Quoting maggiemom2000:I like this roll, build, draw, write, you can do it with unifix cubes:

http://www.jmeacham.com/math/place.value.htm#top

Roll, Build, Draw, & Write

Students use the manipulatives to create and then read various pre-taught patterns (AB, ABB, AAB, ABC, AABB, etc).

Materials:

Have you made "ones" and "tens" with popcicle sticks and beans?

http://ateacherstouch.blogspot.com/2011/07/place-value-game.html

Thanks! if there is one thing we have a ton of, it's Legos!

Quoting maggiemom2000:Anything that will snap together works. He can use square shaped legos! Every time he gets 10 they get snapped together and go into the tens column. Having the rule that if there are 10 they have to be stuck together to make one stick really helps make the whole tens and ones thing concrete. They can really see 2 tens and 3 ones in 23.

Quoting mem82:I really need to suck it up and buy some of these cubes. LOL

Quoting maggiemom2000:I like this roll, build, draw, write, you can do it with unifix cubes:

http://www.jmeacham.com/math/place.value.htm#top

Roll, Build, Draw, & Write

Materials:

Have you made "ones" and "tens" with popcicle sticks and beans?

http://ateacherstouch.blogspot.com/2011/07/place-value-game.html

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- mem82

on Mar. 11, 2013 at 2:36 PM