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## Practice Comparing and Ordering Numbers with This Christmas Math Activity

This hands-on activity gets children comparing and ordering numbers using Gum Drops, ten frames, and Gingerbread House. Perfect for a Christmas Math Center.   This post may contain Amazon affiliate links and affiliate links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but...

## 3 Comparing Expressions Worksheets To Build Number Sense

This free printable gets children solving and comparing expressions to build number sense. This free printable gets children solving and comparing expressions.   Last week I shared a hundred chart activity to help my son understand what happens when you add by ones vs tens....

## Here’s A Free Number’s Chart Activity to Build Number Sense

This free number chart activity gets kids playing with a hundreds chart by adding ones, tens, and then ones and tens together. This post may contain Amazon affiliate links and affiliate links to other bloggers. There is no extra cost to you, but if you...

## Here’s a Game to Practice Adding Four Two-Digit Numbers

This fun game is a great way to practice Adding Four Two-Digit Numbers using place value to help. Have fun playing dominoes and adding at the same time. Place value! It is the foundation of math. Once place value is learned and is firmly, and...

## FREE Ordering Large Numbers Cut and Paste Activity

Challenge your students with these cut and paste ordering large numbers activity. Children must glue in digits so that that the numbers are in order. I really thought this would be simple. We’ve been ordering large numbers for a long time, and he had had...

*This post contains affiliate links from Amazon and other bloggers. Place Value. It is an essential part of any math program. It is what allows children to develop number sense. To be able to perform mental math, and be successful mathematicians. Place value may seem...

## Ready to be Santa’s Helper? (Free Decomposing Numbers Activity)

Want to help your little ones develop an understanding of place value? This decomposing numbers activity is a fun, Christmas themed center that will help.     Do you do Santa with your children? There tends to be a lot of facebook posts going around...

## Practice Place Value Using Fun Color by Number

Did you know that math can be quite boring?? Really, who wants to do a whole page of “What number is in the 100’s place in the number 726?” I know I don’t! My fourth and fifth-grade students didn’t! And I can tell you that...