Free Place Value Printable Spring Activity
Looking a fun spring themed place value printable? This is a fun free place value printable, which is spring themed so it is perfect for a Kindergarten Spring Math Center. In this simple, low-prep printable, learners will figure out ‘What’s the Greatest Number?’ from the three numbers given. Learners will have to compare three numbers within 100 and use their knowledge of number sense and place value to figure out the greatest number. This is a fun activity to practice number sense and place value using a fun spring theme for your kindergarteners and first graders. Grab your copy at the end of this blog post and then head over and grab this MEGA bundle of Kindergarten Spring Activities.
Free Spring Value Printable – Spring Math Center
Scroll to the bottom of the post and click on the link “What’s the Greatest Number Printable” to download your free place value blocks printable.
These task cards are a quick, low-prep printable that allows learners to practice their concepts of place value and number sense all with a fun spring theme! The cute adorable tulips simply scream spring and the bright colors are sure to engage learners for a ton of learning!
Kindergarten Spring Math Center:
Spring is a fantastic time of learning for our kindergarteners. From baby animals to the lovely weather, spring is a fantastic time for our little learners. There are so many fun things to explore and learn about and these Free Spring Place Value Task Cards printable are perfect to engage our little learners in a spring math activity.
What’s the Greatest Number? (Free Spring Math Center)
In order for learners to gain understanding of the number concept and place value, they should be able to compare numbers and determine which number is larger than the other. A further extension of this activity would be to order the numbers from largest to smallest or smallest to greatest.
When learners are able to determine which number is larger than the other they are able to better cement their understanding of place value and number concept. This in turn, will help them in better understanding other math concepts such as addition or subtraction.
Spring Place Value Free Printable:
This is a simple and low-prep free place value printable. Once the printable is prepped, simply place the cards at a math center for your learners to use.
- Free ‘What’s the Greatest Number?’ printable (at the end of this post)
- Clothes pin or circle counters
Prepping the Printable:
Download and print the printable. Laminate the pages and cut apart to create the place value task cards. Print as many recording sheets as required for your learners.
This printable includes:
- 20 task cards containing the numbers in colour and black and white
- Recording Sheet
- Answer Key. You can ask your learner to self check their answers, so you can correct them after they finish.
Using the Place Value Printable:
Provide students with the task cards and the recording sheets at a center. Learners will pick up the cards and identify the numbers present in the flowers.
They will then identify which is the largest number from the three and record it in their recording sheets. They can refer to the answer key which is included to check their answers.
Check out these math printables as well!
- Write the Fact Family: Addition and Subtraction (Spring Themed)
- Spring Number Bond Task Cards
- PreK-K Football Math Centers (28 centers)
- Multiplication Fact Booklets
- Seasonal Number Bond Task Cards
- FREE! Spot the Difference Printable
- FREE! Addition to 30 Task Cards
- FREE! Addition to 20 Task Cards Set 1
- FREE! Addition to 20 Task Cards Set 2
- FREE! Addition to 10 Task Cards
- FREE! Addition to 5 Task Cards
Check out this MEGA Bundle of Kindergarten Spring Activities. Click on the image below to check it out!