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!

I hope you enjoy this fun and helpful math tool!

1. This is beautiful – WOW! So professional-looking. Glad you got the tool you needed, even if you have to make it yourself…

2. I LOVE this but I can’t get the link to work? any idea’s?

Heather
1. Hi Heather,
Instead of clicking to open it in a browser window, try to “RIGHT” click on the download link, then select “SAVE LINK AS”. You will then be prompted to save the file to your computer. Then you should be able to open it and print as needed.

Hope that helps!

3. I love what you put together! It is a great tool to have. I have the same thing, but we got ours at Lakeshore Learning. Even though we are just learning ones and tens right now, my son loves experimenting to see what other numbers he can come up with for mom to help him read.
Great job on this!

4. This looks great! I can’t wit to make It!
Thanks Erica!

heidi Cunningham
5. Thanks! Just pinned it for future use!

6. Thank you so much. My fourth grader seems to be having alittle problem with the higher values. This is awesome. You are amazing!!!!

Jennifer Smith
7. Wow! I saw this briefly yesterday, but mistakenly thought that it was a store bought product. It is so professional looking. I came back to the webiste to check out some directions for something I printed at the library and took a longer look.

I’m SO excited to make this manipulative! I’m going to print it at the library (for free – won’t be on cardstock but the color ink at the library normally looks WAY better than the printers at home) and laminate it before taking it t office max.

THANK YOU!
Blessings

Scott
8. Arrgh! I spent hours and hours putting one of these together a couple of years ago, and here is yours all done, and way cuter than mine, lol! Thanks for sharing this. An idea: decimal place value (if you don’t have that already in the works…).

Michele
9. How do you like Math U See?

Christine
10. You’re amazing!!!!!! Thanks again

Megan Gibbons

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