These place value games are a great way to get your 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th grade students engaged in math in a fun, hands-on way. Put their critical thinking to work with this meaningful activity!
These place value puzzles will help your first, second, third, and fourth graders master various aspects of place value with two, three, and four digit numbers. Work on standard form, expanded form, word form. There are 36 different PDF puzzles included in this download!
WHAT YOU GET:
- 2 digit numbers – 18 place value PDF puzzles
- 3 digit numbers – 9 place value PDF puzzles
- 4 digit numbers – 9 place value PDF puzzles
All 36 puzzles above are available in two formats – one with graphics and one without. So you actually get 72 different puzzles with this download as a PDF.
HOW CAN THESE PUZZLES BE USED?
- Distance Learning activities compatible with Google Drive
- Centers, stations, or rotations
- Early or fast finishers
- GATE (gifted and talented education)
- Worksheet alternatives
- Critical thinking skills
- Student, partner, or small group collaboration
- Test prep
TEACHERS WHO HAVE USED THIS RESOURCE HAVE SAID:
• My students love these. They keep them entertained for quite awhile during stations.
• We homeschool and this is great for my daughter to learn place value and also the word names of each number. They are more difficult than they look and I love how they can be made just a teeny bit harder when taking off the picture.
• The activities were engaging and met the needs of all students.
These great place value game activities are great for your first, second, third, and fourth grade classroom or homeschool students. Print, cut, and go! You’ll soon have great place value learning stations you can differentiate to meet the needs of ALL learners in your classroom.
These puzzles also work great to promote critical thinking and work on growth mindset. Choose the easier version of the puzzles (with the images), or use the puzzles without images for an added challenge.
Remember you also get digital puzzles compatible with Google Drive! This is a great way to allow the students learning from home to access the work digitally while those in the classroom do the PDF printable games.
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