## 30 Smart Place Value Activities for Elementary Math Students

### Place value pool noodles? Genius!

Kim DePriest

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Elementary math. Get inspired and try out new things.

Place value pool noodles? Genius!

Kim DePriest

Grab a TON of FREE Math Mania Games to strengthen your students' addition & subtraction! Snag easy printable math games for 1st & 2nd grade!

Danielle Bryant

Ok… we’ve all been there. Where you peer out to your classroom and you’re having a via GIPHY Kind of day. This is seriously every teacher’s worse nightmare. What’s a teacher to do? I mean you have what you thought was a pretty good lesson planned, limited supplies, and of course hardly any time […]

Suzie Ruskowski

Play with your math! Use these printable math dominoes for addition & subtraction to make math more fun!

Cthurman

Discover 3 strategies that you can instantly use in your classroom to support number sense and place value. Math routines and ideas for primary and upper grades.

Laura Candler

Upper elementary math projects provide real-world connections, differentiation, collaborative learning, and cross curricular learning too.

kbatchelor

Upper elementary math workshop ideas for whole group math lessons, math centers, math small groups, and independent math practice.

Kelsea Bogan

What are Multiplication Posters and How Can They Help Students Learn Math? Multiplication posters are a great way to help students learn math. They offer visual cues and support to help students understand the concepts they are working on. These posters can be used in classrooms, homes, or anywhere else students need a little extra help with their math. By providing an easy-to-understand visual representation of the multiplication process, multiplication posters can make learning math easier…

Jennifer Nordstrom

I am a fourth grade teacher who loves to make anchor charts for elementary teachers. All anchor charts are hand drawn and written out by me. You can also message me for any requests you have, I can make anything!

Katie Jo

Build fact fluency with these engaging games and activities. Check out these super fun and creative ways to help your students stay engaged.

Melissa May