First Grade Place Value Activities

First Grade Place Value activities to help show your child the fun side of learning! From easy first grade place value activities to more advanced, we've got you covered!

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This activity is based on the popular card game, Slapjack. It's rip-roaring fun, and it reinforces the concepts of odd and even.
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This 100th Day of School, have some fun with your first or second grader, looking for creative ways that 100 cents can make $1.00!
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Build this game, and give your kid some hands-on practice ordering numbers. Soon your first grade kid will be Master of the number line!
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Support your first grader's counting and reading skills while laughing and running in this fun playground game.
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Play this fun game with your kindergarten or first grader. It's a great way to practice important math skills, including counting and addition.
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Ordinary drinking straws are fun for drinking juice and even for spitballs when you're not looking, but also fabulous for learning first grade math.
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Compare and order numbers and introduce mathematical inequalities in this fun math card game.
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This countdown to Christmas craft is fun for kids who are excited for the holiday. Countdown to Christmas with this fun holiday activity.
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First grade math includes lots of work with two-digit numbers. Here's an activity to help kids practice recognizing and sequencing numbers from 1-30.
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Learn about borrowing in subtraction using a deck of cards and a die! Your first grader will have fun playing this math game.
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This hands-on activity practices skip counting, a key first grade math skill. But it's silly fun!
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First graders spend lots of time learning double digit numbers. Here's a "green" way to build skills and have some old time family fun, too.
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Show your kindergartener how to count to 100 by tens, and he'll get an adorable cheerio necklace in the process!
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In kindergarten, your child spent lots of time counting things one by one. But in first grade, he'll need to be able to count in groups, especially by fives.
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Celebrate 100 fantastic days of school by creating a school-themed collage with 100 pieces in this unique arts and crafts activity.

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