***Updated to include cut outs for ten thousand, hundred thousand and million. These are separate rectangles that will need to be attached to the accordion with tape. Also made the lines darker.***
Place Value Accordion shows a number in two formats: standard form and expanded form. Students write the digits and fold back on the solid line and then fold forward until the numbers meet.
There are six different versions: One with the place value written out (thousands, hundreds, tens, ones), one with the place value abbreviated (Th, H, T, O), and one with no place value notation. This set of three is comes with and without the zero place holder for a total of six different versions. Choose the one that best meets the needs of your students.
Lines are in gray to deemphasize them. Cut on the dotted line. Fold on the solid line.
The Place Value Accordion goes up to thousands. To use with younger students, cut off the thousands or hundreds prior to student use.
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