This time, I was partnered up with Patricia from 2nd in Line. Funny enough, we both chose math items from each other's store. Great minds think alike. I love teaching math!
I chose Patricia's "Place Value Cups" packet. Click on the image below to learn more about this fun, and adorable item that uses Digi-Web clip art.
In this activity, students are asked to look at a number. One of the digits in the number has been underlined. The student has to write the value of that number based on its place value. Patty has provided some support for students by providing a multiple-choice format. I love differentiated materials!
Some of the things I liked about Patty's product were that it can be used as a center or "Scoot" game. Max used it as a center. At first, I have to admit, I was afraid he would be turned off by the pretty colors. But, I was wrong. Max is obviously very secure with his masculinity, and had no qualms about diving right into this fun center.
Better yet, it is self-checking! Yes! That means 27 less papers for me to have to correct.
Patricia is reviewing my popular 3-D Shapes Flip Book. If you are interested, you can learn more about Patricia and my flip book by going to her blog at 2nd in Line. I am also happy to announce my very first Giveaway! I am giving away a copy of the "3-D Shape Flip Book" to three lucky winners. The Giveaway runs until this Wednesday. Enter using the Rafflecopter below.
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