Lego World Records: Place Value

Lego World Records: Place Value
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3rd, 4th
Resource Types
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Students learn about the tallest Lego tower, the largest Lego car, and the longest Lego chain ever built in this activity which reinforces place value concepts! Students have to convert numbers from standard form to written form and back. They must add to figure out the total number of hours that it took to design and build the largest Lego car. They determine which number is in the ones, hundreds, and thousands place. Finally they must tell which of the three record-breaking creations used the most Lego bricks and explain how they know!


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1
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Teaching Duration
30 Minutes

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