Desktop Write-on/Wipe-Off Place Value Card

Desktop Write-on/Wipe-Off Place Value Card

# 036603

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Item #: 036603
Grades: 1-5

Product Description:

Measuring 15" x 5", this single-sided place value card can be moved from desk to table or easily attached to a desk using tape or removable magic mounts (#35644). Highlighted yellow on the top with billions (100, 10, 1) through decimals (1/10, 1/100, 1/1000) places clearly marked plus empty boxes below each place for students to write in the numbers they are assigning place value. Place value boxes alternate yellow and white for ease of writing and reading.

KEY CCSS: 1.NBT.2-3, 2.NBT.1, 2.NBT.3-4, 3.NBT.3, 4.NBT.1-2, 5.NBT.1-3
Category Description for Write-and-Wipe Math Materials:

Inexpensive and quality construction easily describe these practical dry-erase mats. These double-sided mats are useful reusable resources to save money and paper, a winning combination for homeschooling parents, tutors and teachers. Use with any dry-erase marker. Flexible and lightweight, these are great for teaching important number concepts to children of all ages. ~ Deanne




Primary Subject
Mathematics
Grade Start
1
Grade End
5
Format
Other
Brand Name
Didax
Weight
0.0375 (lbs.)
Dimensions
5.0" x 15.0" x 0.06"
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Not many manipulatives made for place value so hopefully this will help.
Korie S on Jan 26, 2022
To help line up addition and subtraction problems with money
Shannon J on May 20, 2018
Not many manipulatives made for place value so hopefully this will help.
Korie S on Jan 26, 2022
I chose this to help my child learn place values of whole numbers and decimal numbers.
Clarice O on Jul 10, 2020
To help line up addition and subtraction problems with money
Shannon J on May 20, 2018
good practice
Hiya A on Apr 29, 2018
A visually organized way to teach place value
Nick F on Apr 18, 2016
I have my students use decimal point dice and then they can write the number on the erase board
DEVORAH on Dec 23, 2015
For the math curriculum I bought for my son.
Diana B on Nov 24, 2015
I chose this to help my child learn place values of whole numbers and decimal numbers.
Clarice O on Jul 10, 2020
good practice
Hiya A on Apr 29, 2018
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