Place Values Flip Book

Item: 154619

$ 18.95
Item #:  154619
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Practice Place Value Concepts With This Handy Flip Chart


Students will quickly grasp place value concepts with the help of this sturdy, double-sided flip chart. Each section contains flip cards for 0 to 9. One side covers place values from ones to millions; the other side features place values with a decimal point from thousands to thousandths.

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Generalize understanding place value to 1,000,000,comprehending the relative sizes of numbers in each place; read and write decimals to thousandths.
Brand:
Didax
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-5
Details:
  • 16½" by 5"

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Reviewed by 5 Customers
4 Stars

Amazing tool but with miss prints

I have used these in a couple different schools and they are great for place value teaching. However, in my most recent order I had 4 out of 24 with place values in the wrong place. These spirals are also a bit tight and are difficult to use.
10/18/2015
By Mrs W from , WA
5 Stars

We flipped for this!

Great tool for teaching place value and expanded form. Offers a good visual and very kid friendly. You can differentiate by using as few or as many places as your student can handle.
9/24/2014
By Queen of the Hive from , NJ
4 Stars

Very helpful!

I use this product for reference during tutoring for my students. We also use the chart to play a game with dice. Depending on the student's level, I roll anywhere between 1-7 dice. The student lines up the dice, says out loud what the number represents on the dice, and then places the number on the flip chart. For further reinforcement, I have the students tell me what the value is of each number. For instance, an "8" in the hundreds place would equal 800, a "6" in the tens place 60 and so on.
3/13/2012
By blueyedbevy from Fulton, NY
5 Stars

Great for Everything!

This is great as a daily warm up, centers or for reference for my students.
10/2/2011
By phillyteacher from , PH
About Me: Casual Reader
5 Stars

Sturdy material!

Made of sturdy material, students can see the flip chart from across the classroom. Love the bright colors!
9/5/2011
By Kathryn 3rd Grade from Tyler, TX
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