Practise place value concepts, addition and subtraction, and using a number line with a differentiated place value activity.
No-Prep Differentiated Place Value Activities
If you’re searching for new maths activities to use in your classroom to review place value and using a number line, you’re in the right place! We’ve put together the perfect differentiated maths activity to help your students practise identifying two-digit numbers based on place value descriptions. This activity blends hands-on learning with multiple mathematical concepts.
We’ve Done the Differentiation! Number Line Math Activities
No need to worry about differentiation because we’ve already done it for you. This resource download includes two versions of the activity for you to choose from based on your students’ needs. Here’s how we’ve broken it down for you.
- BELOW/ON GRADE LEVEL – The blue border cards are single-step place value prompts and correspond with the recording sheet and key with 1 star.
- Example: Place a counter on the number with a 7 in the tens place and a 5 in the ones place.
- ABOVE GRADE LEVEL – The coral border cards are advanced place value prompts corresponding with the recording sheet and key with two stars.
- Example: Place a counter on the number that is greater than 20, less than 25, and has a 3 in the ones place.
Use this teaching resource in the classroom when teaching 2-digit place value. This resource can be used as a whole class or maths station activity.
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Lorin Davies, a Teach Starter collaborator contributed to this resource.