Place Value - Whole Numbers and Decimals - Oral Practice - Student Aid (FREE)

Place Value - Whole Numbers and Decimals - Oral Practice - Student Aid (FREE)
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Small Group or Guided Instruction or Tutoring or Direct Teach or Review...

Plug and Play...

Xerox...copy on 60/65 bond weight paper...laminate...kiddos use dry erase or vis-a-vis erasable markers...

Kiddos must understand place value AND value of a digit to build and establish number sense.

Unsolicited Pedagogical Advice: Make sure the kiddos know there is ALWAYS a decimal point behind every whole number, even if it is not written there. So, when they add and subtract with decimals, it is NOT new. They have always been lining up decimals from the first computation in adding or subtracting. 5 + 3 = 8 or 5.0 + 3.0 = 8.0 they always line up decimal points to preserve place value. They will not know this unless the teacher is specific about it. FYI.

Best of luck...Blaine Helwig
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1 page
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Teaching Duration
1 Year
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