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Place Values Poster - Intermediate - 2 laminated banners
Place Value Dry Erase Board Set
Place Value to 120 Math Mats
Place Value Display Magnets Set
Math Tools Fans - Intermediate
QUIZMO Place Value Game - 1 game
Place Value Foam Tokens Demonstration Magnets - 140 magnets
Place Value Activity Cards And Number Clips Kit - 81 cards, 30 clips
Place Value Activity Cards - 81 cards
Place Value Activity Cards - 81 cards
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Learning Success Kit - Kindergarten
Learning Success Kit - Fifth Grade
Learning Success Kit - First Grade
Learning Success Kit - Second Grade
Learning Success Kit - PreK
Learning Success Kit - Third Grade
Place Value Foam Tokens Learning Kit - 490 tokens
Learning Success Kit - Fourth Grade
Place Values Banner With Magnetic Pieces
Rise And Shine! A Place Value Pancakes Trail Game - 1 game
Place Value Foam Tokens - 350 tokens
Place Value Foam Tokens - 350 tokens
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Greater Than, Less Than Gator Game - 1 game
Basic Place Value Dry Erase Boards - 6 boards
Magnetic Hundred Grid Activity – Set Of 6
Math Skills: Place Value

When teaching math to students, ensuring they have the basic foundations is essential. Understanding place value is one of the most important concepts children need to learn.

Teaching this fundamental concept can be challenging, and it seems like many kids struggle with learning the topic. However, with the right tools, including a place value chart, teaching and learning about place value could become easier.

The Benefits of Place Value Learning Tools

When it comes to teaching subjects such as math, there’s a pre-existing expectation on the part of students and teachers alike that it will be something challenging to understand. By having visual aids, such as a magnetic place value chart, this can take some of the fear and misunderstanding out of this incredibly important subject.

Since every student learns differently, in addition to having a place value wall chart, it might also be a good idea to have place value chips. These will ensure that students are able to visualize and get hands-on learning experience when you teach.

You might even take your learning materials a step further and add an interactive place value chart to your classroom. This will appeal to a variety of different learning abilities and could potentially make an incredibly challenging topic easier to understand.

Providing the Right Tools to Students

If you’re looking for a way to ensure your students are successful when learning about place values, then having the right tools is necessary. It doesn’t matter if you have a place value bulletin board or place value pieces — or both — either of these options can be the right tools to help your students learn. Find the place value chart for elementary students that will work best in your classroom today!