Stamp Game Place Value and Operations Task Cards & Lesson Suggestions
The Stamp Game is an incredibly versatile material! Whether you’re introducing whole number place value relationships or one of the four operations, the Stamp Game beautifully supports you and the child.
This material incorporates the traditional Montessori hierarchical colors of green (units and thousands), blue (tens), and red (hundreds). In terms of sequence, this material is presented after the child has been introduced to the decimal system using the Golden Bead material which is far more concrete in nature. It is important to guide the child to the association between the literal value of the golden beads and the abstract representation of the stamps.
When introducing or practicing place values using the Stamp Game, the Decimal Board material can be a wonderful accompaniment. Check out my free printable here!
If you do not have a Stamp Game at home or in the classroom, I have a printable version on my TpT site. Check it out here!
In this set you will find:
-Pg. 2-5: Place Value Lesson Suggestions
-Pg. 6-13: 30 Place Value Task Cards
-Pg. 14-16: Stamp Game Addition Lesson Suggestions
-Pg. 17-19: Stamp Game Subtraction Lesson Suggestions
-Pg. 20-22: Stamp Game Multiplication Lesson Suggestions
-Pg. 23-26: Stamp Game Division Lesson Suggestions
-Pg. 28-35: 30 Addition Task Cards
-Pg. 35-42: 30 Subtraction Task Cards
-Pg.43-50: 30 Multiplication Task Cards
-Pg. 50-57: 30 Division Task Cards
-Pg. 58-59: Answer Keys and Stamp Game Writing Paper Templates
Before using, I suggest printing this material on cardstock, cutting out the pieces using the dotted line guides, and laminating everything.