# ks 1 place value provision

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Free printable number wheel plus ideas for number recognition games, subitising games, and games to learn number bonds to 20.

I was having the hardest time teaching this concept to my class last week... until one of my coworkers suggested having the students use a highlighter to...

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Place value die... a cube for tens and ones. Can easily be extended for larger numbers... hundreds etc

Activity for ages 4 to 7. Place value is a tricky concept for most kids, so I have been pulling together lots of hands-on place value activities to make all of that hard work fun for my five year old. Just like the Place Value Concentration game, this freebie is a motivating way to help kids learn […]

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Number bonds to 10 challenge. My children love numicon!

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out? Very popular in my class! LG☆

The 100 square challenge! Can you use your knowledge of numbers, patterns and place value to reassemble the 100 square? How about trying it against the timer? Can you even complete more than one square before the time runs out? Very popular in my class! LG☆

Challenge display in my class. Over the week coloured lolly sticks are placed in different areas. When children complete a challenge/task they put a stick in their pot of gold.

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'Zap it!' One more or one less game - place sticks face down in the pot, children take turns to pull out a stick and say the number one more or one less than the number on the stick. If they pull out a stick with ' zap it!' written on, they must put all their sticks back in the pot. Work as a team to try to get all the sticks out of the pot apart from the ones with 'zap it'! written on! Very popular game in our class! LG☆

'Zap it!' One more or one less game - place sticks face down in the pot, children take turns to pull out a stick and say the number one more or one less than the number on the stick. If they pull out a stick with ' zap it!' written on, they must put all their sticks back in the pot. Work as a team to try to get all the sticks out of the pot apart from the ones with 'zap it'! written on! Very popular game in our class! LG☆

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