Place Value Game Learning target: reinforce place value concept Supplies: small whiteboard or paper and pencil for each student Instructions for facilitator: 1. 2. 3. Have students make 4 dashes on their whiteboard Explain where the thousands, hundreds, tens and ones place was. Then I call out numbers (such as): eight tens, four thousands, six ones, and two hundreds. 4. Students each write the number where they think it belongs and then group compares them. Extensions: 1. Give every child a chip for a number in the right place. Play it a few times, and then add up the total number of chips. 2. 3. 4. 5. Now estimate the number to the nearest _______. Use with decimals (tenths, hundredths, thousandths, etc.) Add or multiply two numbers. Estimate the sum or product using mental math by decomposing the numbers. Submitted by: Carol Eldon

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# Place Value Game