# Place Value | Google Slides| 3-digit

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1. Practice 3-digit place value with these interactive Google Slides, created for use in Google Classroom. These 2nd grade 3-digit place value practice activities will give students practice reading and creating 3-digit numbers using number names (word form), base ten blocks and expanded form.These pro
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### Description

3-Digit Place Value practice with interactive Google Slides, created for use in Google Classroom. This 2nd grade 3-digit digital practice activity will give students practice reading and creating 3-digit numbers using base ten blocks.

This product also includes a 3 question Google Form to assess students after the activity. It is a digital and self-grading assessment or exit ticket that will give you and your students immediate feedback.

Want to differentiate? Check out this 2-digit Google Slides Activity!

Features:

• 19 Google Slides used for practice
• Instant feedback for students and teacher
• Paperless
• Based on Common Core standard 2.NBT.1

To use this digital resource, you must have:

• Internet access
• Laptop, computer or tablet,

2-Digit Base Ten Blocks

Number Forms

Telling Time to the Hour and Half Hour

Even and Odd Practice

Graphing Bundle

Counting Money

Bar Graphs

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### Standards

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Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases: