# Numeral Identificaton

I’m attaching a document that I made for checking students’ Numeral Identification skills.  I based this on an activity I’ve seen for practicing sight words.  It’s a word document so you can change the numerals to meet the needs of your student.  Numeral ID game

Here is a website for students to build 4-digit numerals with arrow cards http://www.curriculumsupport.education.nsw.gov.au/countmein/children_arrow_card.html

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# Numeral Identification

I’m attaching an activity called “Big Numbers.”  You can adapt this activity by using fewer or more dice.  You can also have a decimal point on one of the dice.

You can find more activities like this at http://www.beam.co.uk/mathsofthemonth.php

BigNumbers

# Numeral Identification

This month I’m focusing on Numeral Identification.

Here are the Minnesota state standards for numeral identification:
• Kindergarten:  0-31
• Grade 1:  up to 120
• Grade 2: up to 1000
• Grade 3: up to 100,000
• Grade 4:  thousands to thousandths
• Grade 5:  millions to millionths

One great tool to use is place value or arrow cards.  You can find printable cards here http://www.kentuckymathematics.org/resources/tools.asp (Scroll down the page to “Arrow Cards.”  You purchase cards here http://www.eaieducation.com/Product/530698/Place_Value_Arrows_Student_-_6_Sets_of_27.aspx

Naming 3-digit Numerals Using Arrow Cards

Place out the arrow cards for 200, 40, and 6.  Put the arrow cards together.  What number is that?  Similarly with other sets of three arrow cards, excluding the card for 10.

Place out the arrow cards for 700 and 60.  Put the arrow cards together.  What number is that?  Similarly with other sets of two arrow cards (for a hundreds number and a tens number).

Place out the arrow cards for 500 and 2.  Put the arrow cards together.  What number is that?   Similarly with other sets of two arrow cards (for a hundreds number and a ones number).

Place out the arrow cards for 400 and 18.  Put the arrow cards together.  What number is that?  Similarly with other sets of two arrow cards (for a hundreds number and a teen number).

Here are a couple of videos for numeral identification
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