# Place Value Activities 2nd Grade Math Fun!

Engaging your kids with cool place value activities 2nd grade will love! Absolutely a great way for kids to learn and have fun at the same time!

Place Value Concepts are key to a student building their number sense. You'll find several engaging activities on this page to assist you in teaching place value.

Place Value PuzzleKids, puzzles, and place value - your 2nd graders will enjoy learning and building their place value skills with this puzzle activity.

In 2nd grade math, children need to understand and compare 3-digit numbers. Once they recognize that each of the three digits represent Hundreds, Tens, and Ones, they're on the right track!

Place value activity worksheet

This place value activity worksheet goes as high as the Ten Thousands place.

Practice getting to know the Hundreds, Tens, and Ones places. In this activity, players take turns throwing the dice and see who can make the biggest number.

Students can explore the relationship between the units (small block), tens block, and hundreds block with this printable.

Kids need to learn early on that math is not the enemy! Even if a kid likes math, why not help bring place value to life in an even more engaging and enjoyable way with math games.

Engaging your kids with these cool place value activities for 2nd grade is a great way for kids to learn and have fun at the same time! Kids need to learn early on that math is not the enemy! Even if a kid likes math, why not help bring place value to life in an even more engaging and enjoyable way with math games.

Place Value Concepts are key to a student building their number sense. You'll find several engaging activities on this page to assist you in teaching place value.

In 2nd grade math, children need to understand and compare 3-digit numbers. Once they recognize that each of the three digits represent HundredsTens, and Ones, they're on the right track! You think a place value game might do some good here! I think so too! We'll get to that in a moment, but here's a cool place value puzzle that kids seem to enjoy:

Ok, here's a fun game that's ideal for kids from 1st grade thru 3rd grade. They can play individually or in a small group.

Try to think back you were in 1st or 2nd grade. Remember the first time seeing a number like "2,137,416". Wow, that may have been a bit of a challenge as a 2nd or even 3rd grader.

Helping kids read and understand large numbers is a huge and necessary accomplishment for elementary aged math students. Understanding place value is the key to this new skill for young students.

Having a good understanding of place value will help give kids a solid foundation to build upon going forward in their math education.

Try to think back you were in 1st or 2nd grade. Remember the first time seeing a number like "2,137,416". Wow, that may have been a bit of a challenge as a 2nd or even 3rd grader.

Helping kids read and understand large numbers is a huge and necessary accomplishment for elementary aged math students. Understanding place value is the key to this new skill for young students.