# What is conceptual place value?

## What is conceptual place value?

Conceptual Place Value (CPV) The CPV is administered in grades 1 through 3 to determine students’ mathematical number sense and math readiness based on required knowledge and skills, interests and learning profiles. The focus of the CPV is on reasoning, problem solving, number sense and thinking algebraically.

## How do you teach place value through activities?

Place Value Activities for Kids

- Bean Bag Number Toss. Take 10 separate pieces of paper and label them each from 0 to 9.
- Number Clues. Model a number story for your students, such as “There are 7 tens, 1 one, and 9 hundreds.” Then have students write their answers.
- Roll to 100.
- Number Hunt.
- Hat Trick.
- Base Ten Strips.

**How do you introduce a place value lesson?**

Explain that you are going to say a number and you want them to show that number using ones and tens. Begin with single digit numbers. After they have had practice moving cubes onto their workspace, begin building 2-digit numbers. Have them place 1 ten and 2 ones on their board.

### How would you conceptually introduce explain rounding numbers to the nearest 10 100 1000 using place values?

The rule for rounding to the nearest ten thousand is to look at the last four digits. If the last four digits are 5,000 or greater, then we round our ten thousands digit up, and if it is less than 5,000, then we keep our ten thousands digit the same. For example, 5,765 rounds up to 10,000. 43,567 rounds down to 40,000.

### What strategies do you use when rounding numbers?

6 Ideas to Help You Teach Rounding

- It is more than just ‘the rule’ There is more to rounding than just the rule about what numbers we round up and what numbers we round down.
- Make it visual.
- Try hands-on activities.
- Integrate into your warm-ups and counting.
- Use number lines.
- Keep it real.

**What is the difference between place and place value?**

Each digit has a fixed position called its place. Each digit has a value depending on its place called the place value of the digit. We know that each digit in a number has a place value. The place a digit occupies in a number tells us its place value.