Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Place Value Riddles for Three Digit Numbers ~ Free Sample!

Hi, Teaching Friends!

I'd like to introduce you to my latest math resource, which has taken a totally ridiculous amount of time to complete, as in months and months! The reason for that is that it has changed focus and direction more times than I can count, and I'm not even going to try to explain that. What I finally settled on was this ...




While these are called place value riddles, and there's mention of hundreds, tens, and ones in each of the fifty riddles, they are really more about operations, mental math, and reasoning. These two cards will give you a pretty good idea of the types of clues and the difficulty range in this set.


    

          

Creating these riddles was fun, and using the Fun Fish graphics from Mel at Graphics From the Pond made it even more so! Are they the cutest or what ?

 Click here or on this pic to see more details at my TpT store!


http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Place-Value-Riddles-for-Three-Digit-Numbers-Fishing-Around-1390694


Would you like to try a few samples from the set? Click on this cover and enjoy!


https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B8LaCTimmHFZNU53a095OTU5dWs/edit?usp=sharing





Are you looking for some great back-to-school tips and freebies? You might have already heard about the huge collection in the TpT Back to School Ebook for K-2 at TpT. Of course you'll want to download this amazing collection, and spend hours poking through all the treasures in it.

For more freebies and tips, stop by Appletastic: Blossoming in Fifth Grade, where Shelly is graciously hosting two TpT authors each day this week - they've got some great goodies to share!











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8 comments:

  1. I have fourth graders who struggle with place value. What a fun way to practice.
    Happy Friday
    Mary
    Artistry of Education

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    1. Thanks, Mary! I hope they'll enjoy them! Hope you're having a great summer!
      Linda

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  2. These are adorable! I have a feeling the sample won't be enough: they'll want more! I've wishlisted the full set.

    Sally from Elementary Matters

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    1. Just trying to keep the learning fun! :) Thanks, Sally!
      Linda

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  3. These are wonderful, I want to thank you for linking up at my Teaching Blog Addict's Freebie Friday post last week! I can always count on you to offer our readers such great resources.
    Please come back tomorrow because you're my Featured Blogger! Congratulations!
    Have a great weekend,
    Fern
    Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!
    Fern Smith's Pinterest Boards!

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    1. Woohooooo! Thanks so much, Fern, and thanks also for your faithfulness in organizing Freebie Friday every week!
      Linda

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  4. These are great! I was making a set similar to them and did't finish. Now I won't have to!
    Congrats on being featured this week. I'm glad you were because I've been traveling and missed last week's linky. (i was excited to be feastued the week before.)
    Always Primary

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    1. I'm glad you found these before you made them, Debbie! They are fun to create, but a bit headache-inducing after a while. :) Why re-invent the wheel, as they say. Enjoy, and thanks for your comment!
      Linda

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