This place value product could be used as a cooperative learning activity, partner work, or a math center.
All you need to do is print the version(s) you want and pull out your base ten blocks.
Students will gather the blocks they need. For example, they might need 22 tens and 8 ones. Then, students determine whether or not they need to regroup. They should see that 22 tens is really 2 hundreds and 2 tens. Then, students write the number in standard form: 228.
Each page has a different extension column: word form, add to it, multiply by ten, etc. The last page has blank boxes so you can fill in anything else that you want.
Answer keys are included!
Each year I struggle to teach that a number with 25 tens is equal to a number with 2 hundreds and 5 tens. This resource has really transformed the way my students understand place value. I hope you find this useful in your classroom as well!