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2nd Grade Pad: A Place Value Game with a Twist. I'm trying this tomorrow! UPDATE: I tried this game and also told the kids to show the value of each digit using base tens and expanded form! It was a HUGE SUCESS, great way to intro math vocab.

Grade Pad: A Place Value Game with a Twist. I'm trying this tomorrow! UPDATE: I tried this game and also told the kids to show the value of each digit using base tens and expanded form! It was a HUGE SUCESS, great way to intro math vocab.

FREEBIE! Print and use math center. Three different ways to play for number recognition, identifying odd/even numbers and place value skills!

Print and use math center. Three different ways to play for number recognition, identifying odd/even numbers and place value skills!

Place Value Dice Game: To play you simply need 1 die. You roll the dice 5 times. Each time it's rolled you must put a number in one of the 5 available boxes. Only one number can be rejected, so once you reject a number that's it. You must use the rest. Winner is the one with the highest number.

Place Value Game: Roll a die five times and decide where the numbers should go and you have the option of "rejecting" a number. Goal is to make the highest number out of the group.

Nelson claims two of NZ’s top 10 beaches

Kaiteriteri Beach in Nelson - New Zealand

Image gallery | Slipper Island Resort

Image gallery | Slipper Island Resort

Kai Iwi Lakes in the Kauri Coast, Northland, New Zealand

Awesome weekend away at the Kai Iwi Lakes just outside of Dargaville, Northland, New Zealand. One of the many sweet drone videos we have created.

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Image result for mimiwhangata

Tui singing in kowhai tree.

Tui singing in kowhai tree.

Puketi Kids - Tui

Puketi Kids - Tui

Facts about tui

Facts about tui

Tūī at sugar water feeder

Tūī at sugar water feeder

Tui. Adult. Dunedin, August 2009. Image © Craig McKenzie by Craig McKenzie

The tui was by far the most popular bird species on New Zealand Birds Online in the first year after its launch. Image: Craig McKenzie, New .