Place Value Differentiated Centers and how I plan to use them!

I am SO happy with how these turned out! I have wanted to make some centers like this for a very long time....and I WILL make more:)

These centers are based on 2nd Grade Common Core standards NBT.1, NBT.3 and NBT.4

I have 4 centers and each center has 3 levels

I have also made a black and white unit just in case someone doesn't want to use all the color!

The 4 games include:




You can get this unit HERE! I have it 20% off 10/14 and 10/15 only!

I would love to give one away for FREE! Just leave a comment and I will pick a winner 10/15 when I get home from work!

Now...how do I plan to use it???
I have 4 centers in my classroom
  In each center basket I have 3 folders
A yellow, blue and green;)
The 1 in the corner is because these folders belong in basket 1

I also have colored dots to match the colored folders

I have student names by a number. That number represents which center they go to for that day. I will put a colored dot under their name to show them which folder from that center bucket they get to play.
Each day I just rotate the numbers so they go to a different center each day. 
I have yet to put the dots under their name because I have not graded their pretest for place value. Once I get the pretest graded I will be able to see which group they belong in!

I only have students go to one center a day because that is all my time allows me for. 

Don't we all wish we had more time!

I hope you are all having a great week so far! 

11 comments:

  1. Such a fun way to learn place value!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  2. Place Value has been a difficult concept for my students to grasp. Love how your packet allows for plenty of practice with the centers!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  3. I can see my students in Australia using this!! Hope I am chosen!!

    apate61@eq.edu.au - thanks so much!

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  4. These are just adorable! I would love to win one :)

    Rae
    Mindful Rambles
    mindfulrambles@gmail.com

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  5. Awesome centers! I have been doing math centers for the first time ever this year, and the kids love them. Plus they always need more practice with place value.

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  6. This is another awesome idea! You always create fun ways to practice given concepts. Would love to use this in the class room. I really like the three levels of the same activities.
    Rebbecca
    rkzoglmann@gmail.com

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  7. These look great. I'd love to win! Having 3 different levels is perfect for math workshop!

    School Days with Smith

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  8. These look like fun! The differentiated aspect is great too! anhudacek@gmail.com

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  9. Thanks for sharing your system for centers. I have extremely varied skill levels in my classroom this year. Would love to implement something like this to meet everyone's needs! dana.mckeown@gmail.com

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    1. My husband picked YOU to win! Congrats! I will be sending the unit your way!

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  10. Love these! We are in our place value unit right now!! The three levels are great- looks like another awesome product by Tonya!

    Christy :)
    Christy.yurko@gmail.com

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