This set of free place value task cards is designed to give your students place value practice during math centers or to be used as a scoot game.
Download these place value task cards to help you get started.
These cards are designed to fit into second and third grade math classrooms.
This is another free resource for teachers and families from The Curriculum Corner.
Creating your free place value task cards set
After downloading the PDF, you will want to print the pages on heavy, white cardstock. You can also choose to use the version we are providing with a white background and print on colorful cardstock.
After printing you will want to laminate the pages.
Cut apart the cards and your center or scoot game is ready.
We are also providing you with a recording page and an answer key.
How to Set up Your Scoot Game
After creating your cards, you will place the cards around spots in the room. All students will start at one card.
They will find the answer to their card and record the solution.
You will announce “SCOOT” and kids will rotate to the next card.
It is helpful to plan out the path before the game begins so students know where they will be traveling.
How will these help my students?
These task cards give students practice writing different number forms.
Students will practice writing standard form, word form and expanded form.
Students will also identify the value of digits in a larger number.
This set of task cards also includes a recording form and answer key.
How can I use these task cards as a SCOOT game?
To play, put a card at each student’s seat. Have the student start with that task and record the answer. Yell SCOOT and students rotate to the next card. Be sure to describe the rotation before beginning.
This set of 32 task cards gives students practice with writing the standard, expanded and word forms of numbers involving tens, hundreds and thousands, as well as determining the value of digits within the numbers.
Pull out the cards that your students aren’t ready to tackle at your grade level, or add them for differentiation for your advanced math learners.
To use the set, simply print, laminate and cut for an independent or group math center.
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