This week in math we have been working with place value from 100 – 120. I don’t know about y’all, but once numbers go past 100…place value gets a little tougher for the younger students. I wanted my students to have as much expose and practice to numbers as possible so that these numbers would not be so tough for them. Let’s face it, worksheet practice just isn’t going to be enough for our students – they need activities that are going to get them up, moving, engaged and excited about numbers!
Here’s an activity that we did today to practice place value with numbers greater than 100.
I put my students in table groups (4 to a table) and wrote a different number on each table.
I gave each table 6 sticky notes. Each table had a different color of sticky notes. (I made each tables sticky notes a different color so that I could easily see which tables had which number and which tables got it….and which tables needed additional practice).
I put hung different place value posters around the room.
Students had to work together as a table group to write the answer to the poster using their table’s number. After they had their answer, they stuck their sticky note to the correct poster.
…and before I go, here’s our predictions on whether or not Mr. Groundhog would see his shadow. My students were so bummed when they discovered that we have 6 more weeks of winter! BUMMER! This teacher is reading for Spring and flip flops!
heart eyes, drool, or both 😍🤤?! Hobby Lobby always has THE cutest farmhouse classroom finds. This chalkboard is perfect for a word work/writing center! In 2015 I decided to completely redo my classroom in a farmhouse “homey” feel. I am linking 3 old blog posts all about the change + freebies + DIYs incase you are looking for some inspo or ideas!! 🌿 // smittenwithfirstblog.com/?s=Farmhouse+classroom... See MoreSee Less