Place value is important because it helps determine the value of numbers. Place value math games give you a fun way to teach this essential skill to you child or class!
What's Your Number
Grades: 1 - 3
Skills: Recognizing place value, Reading numbers
Number of Players: 2 or More
What You Need: Pencil an paper for each player
How to Play:
This game can be played in the classroom or at home.
Ready for some quick and easy to prepare place value activities. Here are a few place value games with cards ready for your kids to enjoy!
Of course, it can vary what your child or what each individual student in your class may need, in terms of skill level when it comes to the appropriate place value activity.
Place Mat Values: Help your child learn about place value using a simple with a few items from around the house. Place value is important since it helps kids tell the difference between the “ones, tens, and hundreds” columns in a number.
Find the Missing Digit: Here's a fun activity you can make with index cards. Your child will have to find the missing digit in a 4-digit number! Helps them understand the ones, tens hundreds, and thousands places.
That's why we sort of grouped place value games by grade level as seen below. You may find some overlap in the grade levels, but at least you have a general guide:
Teaching place value with games or any kind of hands-on place value activity helps kids to learn while having fun too.