Have you been looking all over for a Place Value Practice Board that goes all the way to 100,000,000 but can’t find one anywhere? Well look no further! To help Strawberry Shortcake with her place value notation this year, I created a fun flip chart to help her with her Math U See lessons. She has a hard time keeping everything in it’s place when the numbers get so large, and I thought this would be a good visual for her.

Supplies:

• Printer with lots of ink ;o)
• 4 sheets of durable cardstock
• Lamination
• Spiral bind (I took mine to Office Depot)

Directions:

STEP 1: Print pages 3-6 on cardstock and laminate for durability

STEP 2: Cut out the cover page, and back page. Cut out the 0-9 number strips LEAVING THE STRIPS WHOLE – Do NOT cut apart individual numbers yet. (See below, ignore the fact that mine is already bound…yours won’t be at this stage.)

STEP 3: Take the pages to a local office supply store and have them spiral bound with a white spiral binding. (See above!)

STEP 4: Carefully cut along the lines to separate each individual number strip. (See below)

STEP 5: Start building numbers as needed to help with place value practice!

–> Download the Place Value Practice Board<–

I hope you enjoy this fun and helpful math tool!

### 28 Comments

1. THANK YOU for this!!! My 2nd born is just starting Math U See and was having trouble with this very concept. I’ve printed, laminated and cut this to size and it’s all ready to be bound this week. SO excited!!!

2. Thank You so much for this idea! My daughter is having a hard time with big numbers.

3. This is truly very wonderful for my 2nd grade daughter. This is my second year homeschooling her and this will be a BIG added benefit to math… Thank You So Much For Sharing!!!!

Sincerely
Amy Conrad

Amy Conrad
4. …just wondering if you would sell one and if so for how much? I confess, I am not that crafty.

Diane
5. I love this! My “request” would be to just make it black and white so I can print on colored cardstock to match colors with the MUS blocks

Rachel

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