Base Ten Block Structures Hands On Place Value Practice Activity
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In this engaging place value math lesson, students build structures out of base ten blocks. They must record how many hundreds blocks, tens blocks, and ones blocks they used to build their structure. Next, they tell the value of the structure and write the number in standard, expanded, and word form. There's even room to include a photograph of the student with their structure!
This resource includes:
- teacher directions and suggestions
- a blank Base Ten Block Structures worksheet
- a finished example
- a scoring rubric
This is a great STEM project for math class that incorporates place value practice! These look great hanging in the hallway too!
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