Task cards are a great way to review and practice with concepts without overwhelming or boring students! Students can work at their own pace answering one card at a time.
This pack of Place Value Practice Cards includes 3 sets of 12 cards. Each set is "self checking." Questions are all multiple choice, and answers are given point values. Students add up those points at the end of a set...if their answer is the same as what's printed on the answer card, they've done a great job. If their answer is different, they know they need to go back and check their work. (Regular answer keys have also been included if you'd rather use that method.)
Cards are great for centers, tutoring, bell ringers, or test prep.
Cards include all sorts of place value skills for whole numbers ranging from ones to millions. (Have a peek at the second picture for a good idea of the types of questions offered on these cards.)
***Cards will need to be printed and cut out to prepare for students. Entire file is 16 pages.***
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