Make math matter to students in grades K–3 using Place Value! This 64-page book helps students, especially struggling learners, understand the base-ten system. This book contains reproducible base-ten models, practice pages, assessments, games, and Web sites. It covers topics such as naming and writing numerals, counting, using expanded notation, ordering and comparing numbers, and applying knowledge about numbers. The book supports NCTM standards.
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· Reproducible base-ten models
· Pretest/posttest assessment
· Hands-on activity suggestions
· Skill-building practice pages
· Fun math games for student pairs
· Web sites and literature connections
Meet the needs of various students with the Specific Skills series. Here at your fingertips is a collection of math activities to help students, especially struggling learners, develop an understanding of the base-ten system. This reproducible resource book provides students with hands-on number explorations, practice pages, and easy-to-play games to build basic skills. Also included are useful suggestions for working with place-value models, a pretest/posttest that is formatted according to national standards, and a list of related Web sites. Unique to this series is the “Place Value for Parents” letter that offers literature connections and fun number explorations that children can complete at home.
Specific Skills: Place Value is aligned with NCTM (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) Standards. The practice pages and partner games can be used in a variety of ways, including whole group lessons, independent student work, or as enrichment activities at home. Based on various standards, the activities cover the following essential math skills:
· Naming and writing numerals 1–100
· Counting ones and tens
· Using expanded notation
· Ordering numbers
· Comparing numbers
· Applying knowledge about numbers
Children will welcome the fun of practicing and perfecting the important math skills addressed in Specific Skills: Place Value.About the Author:
Dr. Leland Graham is a former middle and high school teacher, middle school principal, and college English professor. He holds a PhD in school administration. During his teaching career, he was twice voted Outstanding Teacher of the Year. Currently working in the school supply market, Dr. Graham presents regularly at educational workshops throughout the United States. Dr. Graham has authored more than 60 books.
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