Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value

Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
Renaming Numbers Task Cards (4th Grade) Place Value
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  1. These task cards, worksheets and PowerPoint game are the perfect addition to any 4th Grade Place Value Unit. They will provide your students with fun, extra practice, and support to help your students cement their understanding of this very difficult concept. The bundle is being sold as is, but othe
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Using these Place Value Task Cards, students will explore Renaming Numbers to the hundred thousand. They will take numbers and rename them using Place Value. These cards allow students to practice this very important concept.

The cards print 4 to a page. It is important to laminate them and/or print on card stock to make them last longer.

These cards are perfect for small group differentiation. They are also great for math centers or math stations. Lastly, they can be used during a Scoot game as a fun review.

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• 24 Task Cards

• A Recording Sheet with Directions

• An Answer Sheet for self-checking

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Recognize that in a multi-digit whole number, a digit in one place represents ten times what it represents in the place to its right. For example, recognize that 700 ÷ 70 = 10 by applying concepts of place value and division.
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