Place Value 1Start Lesson
In this game your kid will drag and drop ones and tens blocks to build up impressive skyscrapers! He'll have to pick out the right combinations of blocks to put together the right buildings and fill in the cityscape. Having your kid use tens and ones blocks is a great way to connect numerals with their physical quantities. They're also useful for illustrating number decomposition and for helping your kid begin to understand place value.
To practice place value skills, kids move chocolate squares into the oven in increments of tens and ones. After following the chef's recipe and adding the right amount of ingredients, your child will have created beautiful desserts for the whole gang to enjoy.
Pass the peas! In this delicious counting game, kids use tens (shown as pea pods) and single ones (peas) to answer questions about place value. From counting tens and identifying numbers to comparing numbers, this game covers fundamental place value concepts that will help kids with math for years to come.