Right before the break I had my first grade kids do a number spree. I am very happy to report that we did VERY well, but some of us got snagged up on that little fellow number 110.
Many of my students left in their zeros so we ended up in the thousands.
So in order to help them out I created a couple of documents.
The first freebie to help students with numbers 99-120. Students cut out the 22 numbers from the bottom of the worksheet and paste them back in order.
Sequencing those large numbers should get easier with more practice like this worksheet.
Another idea is to have students highlight the 100 in each number in one color and the rest of the number in another to model how each number 0-20 still exist in each large number.
The second freebie that I made for my kids is a game.
I love the game Race to 100 so I thought why not make it go all the way to 200 as well.
I think my kids will really enjoy this game and will make a great Math Work Station too!
To play this Race to 200 game, students play in partners. They roll the dice and move the matching number of spaces on the hundreds chart. The first player to get to 200 wins!
The more they can see and use these large numbers, like with this game, the better.
If you like what you see, please think about coming over to my blog to see some more of my ideas at Queen of the First Grade Jungle. I hope that one of these documents is helpful for you!
– Originally posted on Teaching Blog Addict