Teaching Place Value for First Grade

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Turtle Diary's place value games for first grade will introduce students to the concept of the ones and tens place values. When students enter the first grade, they will already have general knowledge of whole numbers and their ordering. The introduction to place values in the ones and tens place can be somewhat intimidating in first grade, but with a little practice and innovative teaching, kids are sure to become place value experts. Place values, simply put, are the value that numbers hold based on their position within a number. Turtle Diary's place value games for kindergarteners are designed to make the concept of place values easier to understand and, most importantly, fun to learn. Our place value games give students the opportunity to better conceptualize what place values look like through visual demonstrations and pictorials. Integrating brilliant colors and exciting animations, Turtle Diary's place value games allow first graders to interact with blocks that represent place value weight in an innovative learning experience. With just a little practice, we guarantee your first grade student will be an expert at determining place value in numbers, both small and large. Let the fun begin!

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