# How To Solve A Maths Problem

See more Helping kids learn place value with boxes lined up in columns of tens and single numbers is a great way to start their math.

See more This free printable worksheet on place value will come to the kids’ rescue! See more How about downloading a place value chart and hanging it from your class soft board for the students to have a look whenever they feel like?

Players roll two dice and add up the total, trying to get the right sum in each round. See more In Chain of Clues, players must read the clues on each other’s shirts and figure out the answer to each one, collecting signatures as they solve the clues.

There’s a lot of addition and subtraction involved, making this game great for practicing mental math.

Unfortunately, now only a skilled multiplier can help put the broken pieces together again. See more With values for each letter, students add the values of the letters in their names to find out whose name is the most valuable.

See more “Bag of Beans” is a fun math worksheet that will have your students competing to complete subtraction problems.

See more Bug Capture is an addition game based on luck.

See more ‘A Number of Fruits’ is a fun way to explain to kids that 2 more than are equal to the result of 40 and 2! See more ‘Add Up Places’ is a disguised place value worksheet!

After practicing plenty of simple, introductory place value worksheets ...

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