Teaching Place Value is an essential concept for students to understand and master. When students successfully understand place value (the value of digits), they are able to use this skill to compose and decompose numbers. Competency with place value is the foundation for harder concepts such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. In order for students to build a concrete understanding of place value, they need hands-on and authentic opportunities to practice this mathematical skill. In Unit 7 of the Math Made Fun Curriculum, the place value activities will allow students to better understand how numbers can be broken apart, put together and rearranged to build a foundation with numbers of 11-19.

**Kindergarten Mth Made Fun Curriculum**

**Check out the other Kindergarten Math Units in action**:

Unit 4 (Comparing Numbers 1-10)

Unit 6 (Subtraction from up to 10)

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## Let’s Look at the Math Centers for Unit 7 in action…

## CENTER 1: Spin and Compose

Spin both spinners. Write each number in the correct box on the recording sheet. Write the number both spinners make.

## CENTER 2: Mystery Puzzles

This center contains 4 mystery puzzles. To complete the picture, find each puzzle piece that has the matching number to the set.

## CENTER 3: Spin and Cover

This game can be played with a partner or alone. Spin the spinner and cover a number that matches the spin.

## CENTER 4: Build it!

If you do not have manipulatives, this center has printable base ten blocks. Use the base ten blocks to build the number on the mat. Record it on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 5: Ice Cream Number Bonds

Write the missing number and the number sentence. Record it on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 6: Roll and Write

Roll a die. Write the number in the correct space that matches the game board.

## CENTER 7: Place Value Game

Two players each flip a card and cover a matching number on the game board. The first person to get 4 in a row wins.

## CENTER 8: Place Value Sorting

Sort the place value cards to the correct mat.

## CENTER 9: Number Puzzles

Match the number, base ten break-down, and base ten blocks to build the puzzle.

## CENTER 10: Decomposing Number Buses

Break up each number into tens and ones. Record the number sentence on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 11: Place Value 11-19

Count the popsicle sticks. Color the cubes to match. Break up the number into tens and ones and record on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 12: Place Value Popsicles

Match the popsicles (number words and base ten blocks) and record on the recording sheet.

## CENTER 13: Memory Mustard

Place all of the cards face-down. Players take turns flipping two cards at a time. If the cards match, the player gets to keep both cards. The player with the most cards wins.

## CENTER 14: Memory French Fries

Place all of the cards face-down. Players take turns flipping two cards at a time. If the cards match, the player gets to keep both cards. The player with the most cards wins.

## CENTER 15: Memory Burgers

Place all of the cards face-down. Players take turns flipping two cards at a time. If the cards match, the player gets to keep both cards. The player with the most cards wins.

## CENTER 16: Base Ten Count and Clip

Count the base ten objects and clip the correct answer.

## CENTER 17: Ten Frame Numbers

Trace the number. Build the number on the ten frames and complete the number sentence.

## CENTER 18: Watermelon Place Value Ten Frames

Color the correct number of squares on the ten frames. Record the value of each set in tens and ones on the recording sheet.

## THERE ARE 37 NO PREP PRACTICE PAGES INCLUDED IN UNIT 7

For each page, there is a grade level standard attached so you know EXACTLY what you are covering! You can feel confident that ALL the standards for Kindergarten are being covered!

## Here are some NO PREP Pages “in action”:

## HOW DO I ORGANIZE THE UNITS?

I chose to store the math centers in Sterilite bins, because they don’t take up too much space. It is a tight fit, but I find that they work nicely for me. However, if you choose, you could store the centers in a larger container as well. Within the bin, each math center is stored in a gallon sized ziplock baggie.

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hiscripy says

Post more than Great , Kindly Thanks

Claudia says

Do yku have onr for first grade??

amoffatt says

Hi Claudia!

Once I am finished with the Kindergarten Math Curriculum, I will start on the First Grade one. So stay tuned, and make sure you subscribe to my email so that you can be notified as soon as it comes out!

Kindly,

Annie

Tricia says

Would you consider selling this packet in pieces??

With my schedule I only have time for 3 or 4 of the games.

I LOVE Build it!

amoffatt says

Hi Tricia!

I’m sorry, but the only way to purchase the centers is through purchasing the whole packet. Thank you for your kind comment! 🙂

Kindly,

Annie