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Friday, January 27, 2012

Place Value Scoot Assessment


Here's the latests Scoot for Place Value!  The kids did a FABULOUS job on this activity and it's perfect for my assessment of this concept.



Each desk set up their "offices" with the card figure out the place value!

They had 1 minute to count and write the number for the model shown on their card. 

They moved from seat to seat when the "timer" went off.  I put the iPod with the timer under the flex cam so the kids could watch the minutes count down. 

They were fabulous about keeping their answers in the right box! 

Download the FILE HERE!


Enjoy,
Heidi


24 comments:

  1. thanks so much. this is great and my kids will love it!

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  2. I love scoot! And if your kids stayed in the correct boxes, that is awesome!

    Ashley
    Live2Learn

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  3. I love this and will definately be using it. Thank you so much!

    www.firstgradeshenanigans.blogspot.com

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  4. This is great! I am ALWAYS looking for more things to teach place value.

    Ms. T
    secondgrademathmaniac.blogspot.com

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  5. Thank you so much for making this and sharing. I can't wait to use it!!

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  6. Love the idea of putting privacy cubbies up during Scoot.


    Yearn to Learn Blog

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  7. Love the cowboy hat !!! All of your games and activities are so wonderful ! My kids are really enjoying them and learning a lot. Thank you so much ! Happy weekend :)

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  8. What a great game. Thanks! I like the kids' offices, too.

    Barbara
    Grade ONEderful

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  9. I really like this idea for a quick assessment. I was thinking for my 2nd graders, I could have several stations set up that they would rotate through, do one problem and go to the next station. Cool idea with movement and a fun way to do much needed assessment without kids trying to look on each other's papers :)

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  10. Thank you so much! I will definitely be using this next week. We started working on this this week and they are struggling.

    I noticed the stability ball that the one fella is using for his chair. All of my students have a ball for a chair this year. I have heard that they really help with helping students pay attention. They help some of my students and others can't quite handle them.

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  11. I'm so glad everyone is enjoying these.

    Karen~ I only have 10 stability balls in my class. The kids switch using them from week to week. Some don't like them and opt out of their turn for chairs instead. Others use them for a couple of days and then want their chairs back. I do see a difference for several of my very active boys, though!
    Enjoy,
    Heidi

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  12. Thank you for your freebies. I'm a new teacher (old girl, new teacher) in my first classroom and it costs so much to set everything up. These freebies really help! A lot!!

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  13. I love your "offices" I use file folders too but mine don't have all that great stuff on them! What do you include on yours? Do you have separate ones for testing when they cannot use those resources?

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  14. Rachel,
    I only use one set of offices. We currently don't take a state test in First Grade here, however, if we did, I'd probably make a separate set for testing.
    I LOVE JMeacham's site and her offices are magnificent. I patterned mine after hers, but was able to find some cute stickers at the beginning of the year at the Dollar Tree...however, Jessica has many free download and places to purchase things on her site.
    Mrs. Meacham's Classroom Snapshots
    http://www.jmeacham.com/mini.offices.htm

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  15. Love these Scoot games- thanks for sharing:-)

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  16. Thanks again for sharing! I posted a link to this activity on my blog.

    http://guidedmathstudygroup.blogspot.com/

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  17. Thanks so much for a fun and free game!

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  18. I need this for tomorrow! Thanks so much. I am always looking for more scoot games.

    First in Maine

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  19. Loved this game.... thanks so much for sharing. I need to include hundreds in the game for my advanced students. I see you used letteringdelights.com for the base ten blocks but can't find the font. Would you mind sharing the name so I can locate it to adjust the game to include hundreds?

    Much thanks!
    kendradrummond@comcast.net

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  20. Thank you so much! This is perfect for my kiddo that need some place value review!

    Thanks again!
    Sarah
    The Fabulous First Grade

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