Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor

Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
Place Value Practice Review Worksheets - Multiple Choice - Rigor
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I made these Place Value Practice sheets to correlated perfectly with the rigor of second grade's unit test. I designed them with the intention to add them in as "check-ups" (aside from all the hands-on centers, games, and other independent activities I have incorporated into my unit). The questions are multiple choice and are designed to have the kiddos really apply what they have learned.

- The first page has the kiddos finding the written word for 3 digit numbers. There are 5 total problems on the first page.
Example: 1. Which of the following shows 736 written in words?
A. Seven hundred sixty three
B. Seventy hundred three six
C. Seven hundred thirty six
- The second page is intended to be printed on the back of page 1. This page has the kids identifying a "model" (base ten block picture examples) that represent a digit in a given number
Example: 1. Which model represents the value of 3 in 321?
A. (shows 3 ones boxes)
B. (shows 3 hundreds boxes)
C. (shows 3 tens rods/sticks)
-The third and fourth page mimic page 1 and 2, with different questions/problems.
- The fifth page is looking at "greatest value" with tens and ones. There are 5 questions.
Example: 1. Which is the greatest value below?
A. 2 tens and 3 ones
B. 1 ten and 9 ones
C. 2 tens and 7 ones
- The sixth page is looking at "greatest value" with hundreds, tens and ones. Again, there are 5 questions.
Example: 1. Which is the greatest value below?
A. 2 hundreds, 4 tens, 3 ones
B. 2 hundreds, 5 tens, 2 ones
C. 3 hundreds, 2 tens, 1 one


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