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Printable Hundreds Chart and Blank Hundreds Chart
The hundreds chart is a valuable learning resource to help young children with counting to 100, counting by 2's, 5's, 10's and seeing counting patterns. Regular use of the hundreds chart from kindergarten to the 3rd grade supports many counting concepts. All printables are in PDF format. 10 Hundred's Chart Worksheets The above link takes you to 'fill in the blanks on the 100's chart. also use the filled in 100's chart to have learners find the patterns. It is prefereable to provide students with a laminated copy of a hundreds chart for quick access. 100 Chart: 1-100 in PDF

Free Printable Math Worksheets
Math Games on-line, timed Basic Facts addition, subtraction and multiplication quizzes (Good for any grade - improve basic skills) Math Brain Teaser (Grade 3 and up) Mathematical Magic Trick (practice your 2 times tables and 5 times tables) Mathematical Magic Trick - Calculator (practice using a calculator) Free Printable Math Worksheets It's normal for children to be a grade below or above the suggested level, depending on how much practice they've had at the skill in the past and how the curriculum in your country is organized. Other Links: Although the activities are geared more to the preschool to kindergarten age group, adding one or two less challenging activities when learning the numbers can be a welcome break for the kids and can be given as a bonus activity for those who finish their work early. Visit DLTK's NumberBuddies for some fun tracer pages and crafts to reinforce learning.

Rounding Numbers: EnchantedLearning.com
When a number is rounded (or rounded off), it is approximated by eliminating the least significant digits. When rounding, you are finding the closest multiple of ten (or one hundred, or other place value) to your number. For example, the number 42 can be rounded down to 40 (this number was rounded to the tens place). Similarly, 285 can be rounded up to 300 (this number was rounded to the hundreds place). Rounding is used to make a number easier to work with. For example, if you know that there are 496 students in your school, you can say that there are approximately 500 students in your school. On a number line, you can see how rounding a number approximates its value. Whole numbers can be rounded to the tens place, hundreds place, thousands place, and so on. Decimal numbers can also be rounded; this approximates the number to the nearest tenth, hundredth, thousandth, or other decimal place. How to Round Off a Number: Examples of Rounding numbers: Examples of Rounding Decimals:

Math: Addition
Advertisement. EnchantedLearning.com is a user-supported site. As a bonus, site members have access to a banner-ad-free version of the site, with print-friendly pages.Click here to learn more. (Already a member? Click here.) Addition is an operation in which one number is added to another number. ADDITIVE IDENTITY: The additive identity is the number zero because zero plus any number is equal to the original number. COMMUTATIVE PROPERTY: Addition is commutative, that is, a + b is equal to b + a. TIPS: When adding a series of numbers, there are some strategies that help simplify the addition process. Another tip is to look for doubles, like 4 + 4 or 6 + 6, and add them first in a long addition problem. ADDITIVE INVERSE: The inverse property of addition states that for every number a, a + (-a) = 0 (zero). Adding: In addition, you start on the right (the ones column). Carrying: Addition Worksheets: Addition Puzzles: Adding Decimals: Adding Fractions: Printable Addition Books: Adding US Coins:

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K-1 Math: Place Value Practice
In this lesson, students will review and strengthen their number sense by playing various games that reinforce the concept of place value. Goal Students will review and extend their knowledge of place value and their ability to represent two-digit numbers. Common Core Standards CCSS.Math.Content.K.NBT.A.1 Compose and decompose numbers from 11 to 19 into ten ones and further ones. CCSS.Math.Content.1.NBT.B.2 Understand that two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones, including the following cases: (2a) 10 can be a bundle of ten ones, and (2b) 11 to 19 can be composed of a ten and one through nine ones. Objectives Students will understand that the digits in a two-digit number represent 10s and ones (CCSS.1.NBT.B.2).Students will represent two-digit numbers in a variety of ways (a bundle of 10 ones, ten and a one, two, three, etc. Materials Prepare enough for each pair of students: Lesson Introduction (2 minutes) Tell students that today they are going to be mathematicians.

Printable conversation games, communication games and conversational activities - Crisscross Bingo
is a they can play in small groups of 2-6 people. Larger classes should be broken up to increase student talking time . This is a great game for pair work and . I have everything you need to play the game :) You will need to prepare: 2 dice and at least one different board for each member of the group. You can make boards with pictures to match MES-English flashcards or boards with text here, at toolsforeducators.com (an MES site) You can make 3x3 boards or 4x4 boards. You can also make dice to match the vocabulary or dice with text here, at toolsforeducators.com (again, this is also my site.) Choose 6 values (vocabulary words) for you top row and 6 values for your left column. Mark's note: I usually make 8 boards and laminate them. How to play: - give out different Crisscross Bingo boards to each person in the group and give them the dice that match (one dice contains values for the top row and one dice contains values for side column.) 'A lion. Why pictures? ******variations******