Sunday, March 13, 2011

Base Ten Puzzles


(A-G)
  1. Print on Cardstock
  2. Laminate for durability 
  3. Cut pieces in puzzle-like fashion
  4. Separate pieces into baggies labeled w/ its letter (A, B, C, D, E, F, G)*This helps w/ organization.
    1. In the end, you should have bags filled w/ different puzzle pieces.
    2. If a child finishes with "Bag A" they can do "Bag B" etc. 

    9 comments:

    1. I just discovered your blog and I love your stuff! I really like the base 10 block cards. I am going to use them when I have to partner up my students. I will hand them out (cut apart) and they must find the person who has the match. I will do the same with your clock cards. Thank you!

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    2. I am trying to find great activities to use with my struggling students on place value. I tried to download your cards, but Scribd wouldn't let me. Is there another way I can get the cards to use with my first graders this week?

      Thanks!

      Erica

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    3. This was an answer to a prayer I had last school year and it's doing it again this year! I love this puzzle and I want to thank you for creating it. I found you through Pinterest and thus discovered teacher blogs. Woohoo! I have one of my own now and by the way I'm a new follower in honor of this find. :) Thanks again!
      Shibahn
      www.landoflearning.wordpress.com

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    4. I love all of your activities and printables. I tried to download these 'Base Ten Puzzles' but it said that the document in Scribd is set to private. I can't download the puzzles unless you make it public.

      Thanks :)
      Krystle

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    5. I am trying to download this great game, but it won't let me! Is there any way you can email it to me?

      tracy.cook@clover.k12.sc.us

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    6. I am trying to download this great game, but I am unable to download it! Is there any way you can email it to me?

      emagliocco@stmarkschool.org

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    7. I would like to include this place value game in my Math workstations but I can't download it. Is there a way you can send it to me via e-mail please?

      mcadena@magnoliaisd.org

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    8. Download will also not work for me :( Could you email this wonderful resource?
      schobera@friscoisd.org THANKS!

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    9. What a wonderful resource that my students would love; however, I cannot download them to print and follow your directions in order to use. Are you able to email me the file as well as the half-hour puzzles? Thanks

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