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Base Ten Rods Red 10pk
Really Good Stuff® Daily Math Pocket Chart - 1 pocket chart, 154 cards
Ten-Frames And Place Value Small Group Kit
Really Good Stuff® Math Fusion Journals - Set of 12
Learning Success: Grade 3 - Reading, Math, and SEL
Learning Success: Grade 2 - Reading, Math, and SEL
Learning Success: Grade 5 - Reading, Math, and SEL
Learning Success: Grade 4 - Reading, Math, and SEL
Really Good Stuff® Learning Success: Grade 1 - Reading, Math, and SEL
Color Tiles, 1", 2,000 in Container
Plastic Deci-Rods, 80pcs
Base Ten Flats Yellow 10pk
Really Good Stuff® Math Skills: Grade K-2 - Time and Money
Really Good Stuff® Math Skills: Grade Pre-K - Beginning Math
Place Value Kit – Grade 1
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Place Value to 120 Math Mats
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Really Good Stuff® Math Skills: Grade 3-5 - Multiplication and Division

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. At Really Good Stuff®, we offer a range of place value tools that can assist with teaching and reinforcing this concept.

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

The Benefits of Place Value 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 placement value chart, this can take some of the fear and misunderstanding out of this incredibly important subject.

Since every student learns differently, it might also be a good idea to have place value manipulatives like chips or Base 10 cubes. These will ensure that students are able to visualize and get hands-on learning experience when you teach, providing concrete examples for base 10 fundamentals.

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. Plus, the use of colors in our placement value charts draw attention, making them an engaging and effective tool for classroom use.

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. Shop our selection of products, and find fun and engaging materials designed to simplify and provide hands-on learning for this fundamental math concept.