What's the Value? FREEBIE

I am not sure about all of you, but this has been the LONGEST week ever. We changed our clocks for daylight savings this past weekend and it has completely thrown me in a tizzy! I don't know if I am coming or going. YUCK! I wake up and it is pitch black. I question what day of the week it is. I realize I am a day ahead in my mind (not cool). Then I lose track of time in the evening. Seven o'clock rolls around and I finally realize I haven't even fed my kids. What is this? Anyway, Friday is upon us and maybe I can get my act together!

This week we started a new unit in math on place value. This is a concept that most of my kiddos grasped pretty quickly. I wanted to assess my kiddos understanding of standard form, expanded form and number words with a quick and fun assessment. They created place value flip books.

Everyone chose a number between 199 and 999. They wrote the number word, its expanded form and standard form in each of the labeled sections.

During the week, I also had them practice the same concepts on this worksheet for our focus wall. They also had to draw their number using hundreds flats, tens sticks and ones cubes. 

I love that both these activities are quick, easy assessments that only take a few minutes to complete, but give a large value of data and understanding of the concepts being taught. If you would like a copy of the flip book template and/or the place value assessment worksheet you can download them for FREE by clicking on the pictures.

I hope you can use these in your classroom. If you download them, I would love for you to leave a comment and let me know what you think of them. Thanks so much everyone! 


  1. This is perfect for my kids in tutoring. Thank you.

    1. I hope it makes it easier for your kiddos in tutoring. Thanks for stopping by.

  2. I am just so glad someone else feels so discombobulated this week!

  3. What a great way to disguise an assessment. Love it! I'm crossing my fingers with you that weekend helps life get back to normal!

    Primarily Speaking

  4. These are awesome! Thanks so much!


  5. I love the number book. I think I'm going to borrow it and change it a little. I teach Kindergarten so it's a little too much for my kids 'as is' but with a few tweaks it will be perfect!

    My Kinder-Garden

  6. I love both of these ideas. Thanks for sharing =)
    TGIF-Third Grade Is Fun

  7. Great idea for place value. Love it. - Lorna

  8. I love it, but I'm not sure how to make the flip book. Can you explain it more, please. Thanks.

  9. This is perfect for my 2/3 class right now! Thank you for being so generous with your ideas. It has been a few years since I have worked at the grade 2 level and appreciate teachers like you who give me guidance in this way.

  10. This is a great resource for place value. I love the graphics and the fact that you placed more than one on a page so we can save paper. Thanks.

  11. Thank you! I'm doing a student observation next week and will use these to help teach my lesson!

  12. I love this foldable! Thank you so much for sharing this with me. I'm so excited to use this with my students tomorrow! :)

  13. Thank you so much! I needed this for a Focus board as well. I hope the kids will enjoy making their own booklet.