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PLACE VALUE: 4 Ways to Write a Number
A great way to teach place value! VERY EASY PREP! Fun for review, homework, or in-class assignments. Students learn that any number can be written 4 ways: the numeral, with words, in expanded form, or a picture. There are 4 levels in this packet: below 100 above 100-199 100-999 mixed practice
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Four Ways to Write a Number (written, expanded, and standard form practice)
This worksheet offers students a chance to practice the different ways to write numbers! Students are required to take a number and break it apart according to place value.
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Four Ways to Write  a Number
Do your students need extra place value and number sense help? Use these sheets as centers or worksheets for that extra practice. The first 3 sheets have numbers already included for easy use. The last 3 sheets are blank so you can add your own numbers. Laminate for repeated use and durability.
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4 Ways to Write a Number Task Cards
This set of task cards is great to help teach or reinforce the lesson that students can write a number four different ways. I use this activity in my class at the end of our place value unit at the beginning of the school year. This is a great whole class activity or a spiral math station. This ac
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Four Ways to Write a Number
Students will build their understanding of place value by writing numbers in four ways: standard form, words, expanded form, and a picture. There are 6 different worksheets in this packet: Tens: 2 Hundreds: 2 Thousands: 2 This is a great resource to differentiate for your students, as you can tea
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4 Ways to Write a Number
2-3 Digit Place Value Check for Understanding Students must demonstrate knowledge of Place Value by representing a number 4 other ways, such as: Place Value Form, Word Form, Expanded Form, and Base 10 Form. This activity is great to use with manipulatives, as well.
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Four Ways to Write a Number
In this activity, students will fill in the missing information on the chart. Students will see and write numbers through the thousands in standard, word, and expanded form. They will also draw place value blocks to represent the number. Students could build the number using place value blocks in a
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Four ways to write a number
This is a fun fill in the blank page for students to practice different number forms.
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four ways to write a number
use as an assessment. Can the student show a number in a variety of ways? Where are they stuck?
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Number Forms: 4 Ways To Write  "Spin A Number"
Number Forms Review the 4 ways to write a number with this fun math center "Spin A Number". Great for math centers, Guided Math, performance assessments and more... Included: Game Board Number Cards + Bonus Cards 4 Ways To Write A Number Reference Sheet Number Forms Recording Sheet
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Ways to Write Numbers Teacher vs. Student Game
Review ways to write multiplication with the fun, engaging Teacher vs. Student game. This games has 4 types of questions for ways to write multiplication: arrays, groups, area blocks, and repeated addition. There are 20 questions and you just click on each question to go to it. The question disappea
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Place Value Practice: 4 Ways to Show a Number
This worksheet can be used to help reinforce the concept of place value for your students as well as representing numbers in different ways. Students are provided with a number (may be written in standard form, expanded form, word form, or picture form) and must show 3 other ways to show that number
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Four Ways to Show... Numbers 0-200
“Four Ways to Show...” is a wonderful open ended way to practice number fluency, representation, place value, and more. It's perfect for Number of the Day. Numbers 0-20 include word form of the number 21-200 show only the number. This is a great as a math warm up, and you can do one each day of th
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Place Value- Ways to Write Numbers
Ways to Write Numbers and Place Value practice for second and third grade based on Common Core Standards and Envision Math. This Place Value set focuses on the four different ways to write numbers: Models, Standard Form, Expanded Form and Word Form. In these activities, students learn to convert f
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Ways to Write a Number War
This game is played like the traditional game of "War." Students each flip over a card and whoever has the greatest value gets to keep the cards. The cards are all different, however. The cards represent a number in 1 of 4 ways: Standard Form (not pictured in the preview) Base Ten Expanded Form
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Ways of Writing Numbers Bundle
This Ways of Writing Numbers Bundle Includes the following: 4 Squares Missing Information What's Wrong with this 4 Square? The Ways of Writing Numbers 4 Squares included in this bundle can be used for modeling, guided practice, independent work, assessments or included in a math center to review t
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Ways of Writing Numbers What's Wrong with this 4 Square?
The Ways of Writing Numbers-What’s Wrong with this Number? file can be used for modeling, guided practice, independent work, assessments or included in a math center to review the different ways of writing numbers. This file includes 16 different 4 Squares that can be printed and distributed to
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Ways of Writing Numbers- 4 Squares
The Ways of Writing Numbers 4 Squares included in this file can be used for modeling, guided practice, independent work, assessments or included in a math center to review the different ways of writing numbers. This file includes 15 different 4 Squares as well as a blank one that can be printed a
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Ways of Writing Numbers Missing Information 4 Squares
The Ways of Writing Numbers 4 Squares included in this file can be used for modeling, guided practice, independent work, assessments or included in a math center to review the different ways of writing numbers. This file includes 16 different 4 Squares that can be printed and distributed to stude
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Ways to Write a Number
5 Sets of Task Cards to pinpoint deficiencies. 120 Task Cards- 60 Colored - 60 Black & White Set 1 - 24 Cards Cards (12 Color - 12 B& W) Standard Form to Expanded Form Set 2 - 24 Cards Cards (12 Color - 12 B& W) Standard Form to Word Form Set 3 - 24 Cards Cards (12 Color - 12 B&
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4 ways to show a number
Students can practice writing numbers in expanded form, standard form, word form and picture form (by drawing building blocks).
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Ways to write numbers
On this file you will find a page to give to students for their math journal that includes examples and definitions for four different ways to write numbers There is also a worksheet that can be used for immediate guided practice, a homework sheet, a quiz, a re-teaching sheet, and a final test.
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Ways to Write Numbers foldable
A place value foldable for interactive notebooks. Includes expanded form using multiplication 452 = (4 x 100) + (5 x 10) + (2 x 1)
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Ways to Write a Number
In this activity, students roll three (or four, or five) six-sided dice to create a number. They then write it in standard form, word form, and expanded form. The also draw a visual model of the number they created.
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