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This math activity is the perfect way to engage students, get them moving, and practice different ways to write numbers in standard form, word form, expanded form, and using place value blocks.
The Monster Math packet includes 24 cards, 5 student work pages and a corresponding answer key.
Each mon

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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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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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For this worksheet, students fill in the box with information about numbers. For each row, one random form is filled in and the student must fill in the other information according to the numbers given. Great for assessments!
Questions/Materials include:
5 rows per page (20 answers per page)
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Use this empty table to help students practice writing numbers in different ways!
This has columns for the digit/standard form, the picture with hundreds, tens, & ones (or thousands, hundreds, tens, & ones), the word, and the expanded form!
Copy it double sided, or even print half sheets f

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This test covers common core standards 4.OA.3, 4.NBT.2, 4.NBT.3.
On this test (which could be used as pre or post test or both!), includes:
- 2 'write the value of the underlined digit' problems
- 1 standard to word form problem
- 1 word to standard form problem
- 1 standard to expanded form proble

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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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This is a packet that is made of 12 problems. Each Problem is on one sheet of paper.
To use this, place each problem in a different area of your classroom. Then have students solve these problems on a sheet of paper as they move around to each problem, or the page provided in the end of this pack

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This PowerPoint presentation covers Common Core State Standard 4.NBT.2. It helps students better understand the value of numbers in certain places (example: what is the value of the 3 in the number 4,234). It also focuses on writing numbers in word, standard, and expanded form. The PowerPoint pre

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Do you love task cards? Using task cards in the classroom is so versatile. You can use the task cards as centers, small group activities, independent practice, or my favorite...Scoot!
-This set of task cards has students practicing writing numbers with the value of the digits, in expanded form, and

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Students write numbers using standard, expanded, and word form. Use this product as a center activity, homework or quick assessment!

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This is a great activity to practice the different ways to write a number. There are anchor charts included for you to display to help remind students of the ways to write numbers. You can place the cards around your classroom and have students look for them and write the answers on the math hunt

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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Do you love task cards? Using task cards in the classroom is so versatile. You can use the task cards as centers, small group activities, independent practice, or my favorite...Scoot!
-This set of task cards has students practice writing numbers in word form, expanded form, or standard form.
-There

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Practice for standard form, expanded form, place value pictures and hundreds, tens and ones from Look Out Learning!
Included in this purchase you will find one practice sheer (if you copy front to back). In each row one box is already filled in. Students must use this information to complete the ot

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Distribute this handy handout to your students to keep in their math binders when learning about the three ways to write a number. Of course, we know that the three ways to write a number are: Standard Form, Word Form, and Expanded Form. Now you can help your students remember this as well! This

This is a powerpoint that focuses on the 3 ways to write a number: standard form, expanded form, and written form. It is written using the EDI format and the objective is to learn 3 different ways to write a number. There are many examples and also some practice problems for students to do. Great

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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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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2.NBT.3, Read and write numbers to 1,000 using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form.
Use with Go Math Grade 2 chapters 1 and 2

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This is a set of posters for a unit on ways to write numbers and place value. It includes a poster for comparing numbers, even and odd numbers, standard, expanded, and word forms, rounding, and uses of numbers.

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What this product contains:
• 1 quiz assessing the ways to write a number (2 sets on one page to save your copies :) ) Can also be used as an interactive note-booking activity in your students' math journals!
Students read the standard form of the numbers provided. Then, they will cut, sort, and gl

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Anchor chart that include the ways to write a number in standard, written, expanded, and place value.

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This poster displays the different ways numbers can be written. This poster would be great to be used in conjunction when teaching place value.

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