Reflection: Joy Write the Room-Place Value - Section 2: Write the Room Place Value


This station was a hit with my Kindergartners. Students enjoyed searching the room. The children viewed it as a game or challenge, to find and count all ten numbers. My students were 100% engaged in their learning. This is a good reminder to myself that I should always be planning learning experiences that are fun.

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Write the Room-Place Value

Unit 10: Place Value
Lesson 2 of 2

Objective: Students will be able to count base ten blocks and record numbers using their knowledge of "tens" and "ones".

Big Idea: Kindergarten students love to move! This station activity get students moving around the room as they work with place value.

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