Saturday, April 6, 2013

Common Core Place Value and Number Sense Pack

I hope everyone is enjoying their weekend. It's sunny and in the 40s here .. not too bad I guess(would much rather the 60s but at least it's not raining)!

I just added a Place Value and Number Sense Pack to my tpt store. I would love for you to check it out and leave some feedback(wondering if I should add higher numbers)!! 

14 comments:

  1. I love how you named your blog - very creative!
    Maria
    First Grade Carousel

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  2. Your place value pack looks good. If you are considering adding numbers to it I would add the ten numbers (50, 90, etc) and the ten and one more numbers (71, 91 etc). These seem to be the numbers kids mix up with the teen numbers.

    Nice work!

    Tara
    The Math Maniac

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  3. I like this. Perhaps you can do a second pack with some of the larger numbers. I know that some of my firsties have a hard time with numbers after 30. It seems that in Kindergarten they build a good foundation on all numbers 1 - 30 but about half of my kids don't even realize that there are numbers past that! I like how your pack includes ten frames, tallies, hundreds chart, more/fewer, and tens and ones. If you do larger numbers you could add 10 more/10 fewer. This is a skill that we work on and builds more place value sense! BTW I am your newest follower!

    Jessica
    Hanging Out in First!

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  4. Jessica and Tara thank you so much for your feedback. I really appreciate you taking the time to help me out!!!
    Maria- Thanks for your kind words...I love my little monsters and I really had a hard time thinking of a good blog name...so it just kind of rolled of my tongue one day!

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  5. This is a great idea! I teach second grade, but some of my intensive math students could still benefit from this great resource!

    I just found your blog from the TpT thread! I'm so glad I did. Your blog is adorable, and you have so many great ideas! I'm your newest follower!

    Samantha
    Making Lemonade in Second Grade

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