### Monday Made It

place value game, kids draw three cards, then build the number with hundreds, tens and ones cards, could also do with base ten blocks

### Math Project-based Learning for 4th Grade Bundle: 6 Awesome Projects!

This project-based learning for 4th grade math is awesome! Plan a vacation, school carnival, open a toy store, and more! PBL rocks!

### Math Projects & Activities - Teaching with a Mountain View

Math Projects & Activities I have a passion for creating engaging, meaningful, real world projects for my students to complete. My math projects and activities are often designed as enrichment and opportunities for teachers to differentiate their curriculum. Thousands of teachers around the world use these projects (which blows my mind!), and I hope you ... Read more

### Place Value In The Wild Math Project | Print & Digital for Distance Learning

Place Value Project - your students will love applying their place value skills during this interactive math project. The D.I.Y. Project Guide from Core Inspiration by Laura Santos walks your students through every detail of the project to maximize student independence. Finally, project based learning is possible!

### Engaging Ways to Teach Place Value to Upper Elementary

Learn engaging ways to teach place value to your upper elementary students so that they learn the concepts and grab a freebie!

### If I Had a Million Dollars - Math Project

Interesting math project where students are asked to spend a million dollars! Great way to practice place value, and addition and subtraction of large numbers.

### The Place Value is Right

Okay, so you know those exciting teacher moments when you think up an awesome way to teach a new concept? A way that you KNOW your students...

### The Place Value Marathon!

Place Value Foldable...one of WEEKS worth of differentiated guided math rotations for place value!! $4.00

### Decimal Place Value Resources & Teaching Ideas - Teaching with a Mountain View

It's the beginning of the school year, and that means it's time to teach place value. Right!? It seems that this is the time of year that every single teacher, no matter the grade, is doing some sort of place value review. For the upper elementary grades, it's time to start introducing decimal place value. ... Read more

### How to Teach Place Value in Math | Creekside Learning

How to teach place value in math. Math games for hands on learning for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade. Math place value

This colorful and popping Place Value bulletin board set is sure to engage your students! Part of the School Pop classroom collection from Carson-Dellosa.

Place value to hundred millions, including decimals

### A Place Value Project: My Birthday Party

Project Based Learning (PBL) / Enrichment - This place value project was created to allow students to practice place value in an engaging and fun way by planning their birthday party. LOOKING FOR THE DIGITAL VERSION?PLACE VALUE PROJECT FOR GOOGLE CLASSROOMSkills included:✎Rounding✎Comparing Numbers✎...

### OPEN AN ICE CREAM SHOP | PROJECT BASED LEARNING MATH

PROJECT BASED LEARNING MATH: ICE CREAM SHOP Including Decimals and Research - Use this 40 page resource with your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or home school students. Students will open their own ice cream shop while learning about the history of ice cream, entrepreneurship, and economics. This cooperative learning project is a great activity to get students thinking about PBL, critical thinking, and instructional technology. {upper elementary, third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders}

### Place Value Game

Place Value Partners is a place value game for math centers, cooperative learning partners, small guided math groups, or even whole class instruction. The concept is similar to the game Battleship with partners facing each other across a barrier. Instead of ships and a grid, they have a place value ...

### MATH ANCHOR CHARTS - 4th Gr- Digital - GOOGLE USE & PDF - Distance Learning

There are 50 black and white anchor charts included. These anchor charts are black and white because I created them to be used by students. My goal was to make a reference resource for students to take home with them when a new standard has been introduced, when a standard already taught needs to be practiced or reviewed, when a student is absent, or to give parents a resource for helping their children at home.