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Place Value

When we introduce the children to place value and partitioning, we start by using different maths equipment to represent number. We look closely at the number of tens and ones.

Below are some great games that develop the children's understanding of place value and partitioning. Click on the links to enjoy the games at home. 

Place Value Basket Ball

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This is a great game to help the children to understand how many tens and ones are in a number. 

Place Value Charts

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Choose TO (tens and ones) in numerals.

The game helps children to partition numbers into tens and ones.

Arrow Cards

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Using arrow cards is a great way for the children to see how the tens and ones sit together.

The game helps children to partition numbers into tens and ones.

Bead Numbers

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Bead Numbers is a place value investigation involving a tens and ones abacus. First select how many beads to work with from 1 to 9. Arrange the chosen number of beads on the abacus spikes to find all the different numbers which can be made, and enter each number using the keypad on the right.

 

This game will challenge the understanding of place value and it provides a good context for encouraging learners to think systematically in order to find all possible combinations. It offers the chance to focus in particular on reasoning and problem solving.

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