Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Wishlist Wednesday: Popping into Place Value

Hey ya'll! I'm linking up with Teacher by the Beach for Wishlist Wednesday! 


After checking out my TPT stats I learned that the most wish listed item from my TPT store is my Popping into Place Value Unit! I was so excited to see this because it is one of my most favorite things that I've created. It includes everything you need to teach place value up to 1,500! There are anchor charts, task cards, centers, flip books, hands on activities to get the students up and moving, activity sheets, a craftivity and more! You can get a closer look at this unit by clicking here and you can grab a FREEBIE too! 

This PV booklet is perfect for introducing or reviewing the concept. It can be used during whole or small groups. 

Popping into Place Value by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

Popping into Place Value by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

There are center activities to be used with a partner. 

Popping into Place Value by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

This fun popcorn craftivity is great for reviewing! 

Popping into Place Value by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

Popping into Place Value by Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

Want to WIN a copy? You can! All you need to do is complete the rafflecopter below. I'll pick a winner tomorrow (June18th) night! Good luck!
You can grab this unit for 30% off until Friday night! 

20 comments:

  1. I am moving down to second grade this year so I am excited to see fresh things to teach, but in 4th my favorite was fractions since it was a wide concept and had lots of fun things to do with it!

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    1. I love teaching fractions too! There are so many FUN, hands on ways you can teach the concept. Good luck in 2nd!

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  2. I love teaching strategies for money.

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    1. Oh bless you! That is one of my least favorites. Money is such a tricky concept for them.

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  3. I love teaching telling time! It was the hardest thing for me in 2nd grade, so I try to make sure my kids have a lot of fun with it.

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    1. Teaching time was completely different for me this year. In TX, we had to teach time in 5 and 1 minute increments. They actually caught on really quickly and surprised me.

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  4. I enjoy teaching money, place value, and fractions. There are many manipulatives to help students with these concepts. This keeps learning fun and interactive.

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    1. Great choices. Place value and fractions are two of my favorites too! You can make it so fun for them.

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  5. I like teaching regrouping with subtraction. It's tough for them, but we sing and act and play banker. They are so proud when they "get it"!!!

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    1. Good for you! That is one of my least favorite because it can be so tough. I love those light bulb moments though when they finally get it!

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  6. I love teaching strategies for solving word problems.

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    1. We practiced word problems every day last year. They were pros by the end of the year. It is such an important skill for them to know.

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  7. My favorite is place value!

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    1. Yay! You can do so many hands on things with PV! The kids love it!

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    1. Measurement is always fun! The kids eyes light up when they see rulers! LOL

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  9. Amazing!!! I can't wait to use this unit. Thank You!

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