A Sale! And More Place Value Fun

By on October 27, 2012 in Uncategorized with 6 Comments

The other day I was sharing some resources I am going to start of with using next week with my third grade math kids.  Since I was home most of the day today I thought I’d get a head start on what I can use with them after. I really, really like my Rocking Out with the Hundreds Chart unit.

So I decided to create a matching one that goes up to 999,999 that we can use after.
It has three different centers activity all tiered to different levels of difficulty.  It’s perfect for differentiation or if you want to use it at different times throughout the year.  All of the activities work on numbers to 1,000, then numbers to 10,000, and then numbers to 999,999.  It gives you 10 centers that you can use throughout your number sense studies!  This is 62 pages of ready-to-go centers!  All you need to do is print and laminate and you’re set!  You can combine different skills to ensure students are really understanding the differences between each position.  I’m hoping we’re ready to move onto this in just a few weeks.
If you want to check it out for yourself, you can head to my TpT store or my TN shop.

I also created a freebie and put it in my stores.  It is the full set of pages of the Tens Columns.  That’s 36 cards that can be used at a center for free!  You can download the freebie by clicking either link below or the picture to head straight to it in my TpT store.
TpT store or TN shop

Also, I’m joining up with some fantastic bloggers for a sale this weekend.  Both of my stores are 20% off through Sunday!  Check out their stores in the linky below!

I hope you have a great weekend!

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About the Author: Tessa Maguire has blogged for over 3 years. She began blogging about her experiences outside the classroom in instructional coaching and intervention positions. She now shares ideas from both within and outside of her 3rd grade class. .


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  1. Heather says:

    You made it! Looks great! I may be shopping later today :)
    Kickin' It With Class

  2. These are great activities! Thanks for hosting a sale :)

    Peacocks & Penguins

  3. Amy Howbert says:

    Hi! I am a new 2nd grade blogger, & your newest follower! Great place value set, I love how I found another 2nd grade teacher!!
    Amy Howbert

    Little Miss Organized

  4. Helene Tack says:

    Place value and number sense are so important for all areas of math, thanks for posting!!

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