FREE ~ place value practice for deeper understanding of 2 digit addition ~ roll it ~ write it ~ build it ~ draw it ~ write it in expanded notation ~ first grade math ~ common core ~

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This is a fun way to practice expanded notation of numbers. Students take turns turning over an expanded notation card and coloring in the corresponding standard form box. First player to get 4 in a row is the winner. Can be played with 2, 3, or 4 players. Great for centers, small groups, early finishers, homework and more!

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Expanded form transitions to expanded notation in third grade. Grab a freebie that's perfect for small group instruction or a math workstation.

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Today I would like to share with you some resources I have created to help my 3rd and 4th graders with expanded notation! Here is a TOTALLY FREE download! It has 2 practice pages and a quiz. T...

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2nd grade math place value activities- teaching hundreds, tens, and ones- Teaching CCSS NBT for 1st and 2nd

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TEKS: 5.2(A). Audience: 5th Grade. Behavior/Condition: The students will be able to represent the value of each decimal digit by placing the number in the correct box and see which place value it represents. They can also write the number in expanded notation by doing this worksheet.

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