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## Place Value - CCSS 1.NBT.B.2, 1.NBT.B.2.A, 1.NBT.B.2.B, 1.NBT.B.C, 2.NBT.A.1, 2.NBT.A.1.A, 2.NBT.A.1.B, 2.NBT.A.1.C

 1. Arrow Value. Click Image to Enlarge Fill in the blank with the number represented by the arrows. Four self-checking questions.  SEE MORE 2. Base Ten Fun. Click Image to Enlarge Base Ten Fun helps kids understand place value, addition and subtraction through the use of virtual manipulatives. Choose a game mode depending on the desired level of difficulty, and also select place values options of ones, tens and hundreds. As a fun bonus, you can select different snake styles when you answer 5 questions correctly! SEE MORE 3. Counting Tens and Ones - (1-99). Click Image to Enlarge Count the dots to determine the number of units in the tens and ones place.  SEE MORE 4. Counting Tens and Ones. Click Image to Enlarge Count the dots to determine the missing units in the tens and ones place. Try counting numbers up to 99 for more of a challenge.  SEE MORE 5. Finding Place Values. Click Image to Enlarge Find the number of units in the ones and tens place. Mini-lesson with practice exercises below.  SEE MORE 6. Generate a Place Value Game. Click Image to Enlarge Select the minimum and maximum numbers and generate a game for students to determine the place value of the underlined number.  SEE MORE 7. Identifying Place Values. Click Image to Enlarge Practice finding the tens and ones place value. Mini-lesson with practice exercises below.  SEE MORE 8. Place Value (Tens and Ones). Click Image to Enlarge Use images of place value blocks to find the number of tens and ones in a given number. If a student answers correctly, the animated robot character will do an adorable or funny dance.  SEE MORE 9. Place Value (VIdeo). Click Image to Enlarge Join Number 1 at the Place Value House and explore hundreds, tens and ones.  SEE MORE 10. Place Value Exercise - Ones, tens, and hundreds. Click Image to Enlarge Determine the place value for each number. Twenty self-checking questions.  SEE MORE 11. Place Value Exercise II. Click Image to Enlarge Ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands. Determine the place value for each number. Fifty self-checking questions.  SEE MORE 12. Place Value Pieces. Click Image to Enlarge Drag the Deinnes blocks fro the left-hand side. Create any 3-digit number. Select a piece then press on the split button to split that piece into smaller pieces. Pressing the connect button will connect ones back into tens and tens back into hundreds. This resource is especially useful for modelling the decomposition of number during vertical subtraction. SEE MORE 13. Place Value Quiz. Click Image to Enlarge Choose the number of questions and test students on place values. Self-checking.  SEE MORE 14. Place Values and Objects. Click Image to Enlarge Practice identifying the values in the ones and tens place.  SEE MORE 15. Pop Penguin and the Place Value Race. Click Image to Enlarge Solve puzzles, earn coins. Keep Pop away and avoid the infinite loop! SEE MORE 16. Specific Place Values. Click Image to Enlarge State the number in the ones and/or tens place. Mini-lesson with practice exercises below.  SEE MORE 17. Testing Ones and Tens Place. Click Image to Enlarge Create a test by choosing the level of difficulty (or customizing your own) and selecting the number of problems.  SEE MORE 18. Trading Game. Click Image to Enlarge An interactive lesson with practice exercises. Explore regrouping using place value blocks.  SEE MORE 19. Write the number of tens and ones. Click Image to Enlarge Online quiz that is self checking. SEE MORE

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