This is a document to allow students to make up their own 2-digit number, or roll one with a die, or pick one with playing cards. Once they do that they put the number inthe tens and ones column, then draw it with sticks or dots, or whatever representation they've been taught. Then they are to build the same number with base ten blocks. The second page is to be a little harder because students have t think backwards, by putting a number that is broken down into standard 2-digit form. The last page is for students who are really excelling. It has 3 digit numbers!