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Thursday, August 10, 2017

Place Value Flip Book (printable)

Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond
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Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond I haven't done a true Homemade Homeschool post in a long time.  A few weeks ago, I was thinking about how I could use my binding machine and came up with the idea of these flip books.

I made the "money" one first (hundred thousand to hundredths), because I was thinking early elementary.

Then, I made the decimal place one to help students with numbers smaller than one (hundreds to ten thousandths).

After I made these larger ones, I realized that my kids weren't ready for either of them and would do better with a smaller flipbook only covering ones, tens, and hundreds.  The smaller book matches our place value set that I made last summer.

Each of the books has been printed, laminated, and bound!  They should last us for many years.  And the
kids are absolutely fascinated with them.

I'm planning some CVC flip books soon!


Click on the titles below to download the files.

Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond


Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond


Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond


Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond



Free Place Value Flip Books from In Our Pond
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7 comments:

  1. This is so cool, thanks for sharing

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  2. Love this! Wish I would have found it back when I was homeschooling years ago.

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  3. This is so cool! What a great hands-on way to teach decimals! Kids love flip books.

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  4. My mom is something of a mentor to other homeschoolers who are starting out with younger kids (my youngest sister is now a senior in high school), so we're well past this but I bet my mom can find someone who needs this!

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  5. Very cute - great gift - homeschoolers and parents would probably be loving them!

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  6. Great for active learners, which is a large segment of people!

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  7. Very cool idea!! My littles are too young for this but are getting close!!

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