Contents: This set includes a free printable Base 10 blocks. There is a hundreds board, Tens, and Single Unit blocks. Print on colored cardstock so children can easily identify the size of the unit. Be sure to print enough of each size for children to create large numbers. I recommend printing the following pages: Hundreds Board (print 9), Tens Strips (print 2) Ones (print 1) for each child. Be sure to laminate for durability.
DIY FlashCards: Use index cards and write numbers for children to build with their blocks. Have them draw a card, read the number outloud then build it on the table.
Making Big Numbers: Roll a die then choose that number. If you roll a 4, then choose either 4 hundreds, 4 tens or 4 ones. Whatever you pick you have to keep. Then roll again and choose from your remaing options. Your goal is to build the biggest number possible (after rolling three times), so there is some strategy as to what numbers you make. Alternatively, you can play this game to make the smallest number as well. Have children keep track of their numbers as they go, when finished see who made the largest number.
Make Your Own Resources:
- Free Base 10 Clipart from HomeschoolClipart.com
Skill Building Links:
- Number of the Day Worksheets
- Hundreds Board
- Make 10 Game
- Unifex Cubes
- Base 10 Blocks (We own both and love them)
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