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This is an activity for which students will create any 6-digit number that they would like. However, they will not write this number on the blanks on the sheet. They will instead write down the digit in each place value (which can be in any order they would like, such as "I have a 7 in the thousands place.") Then, they will also write their number in expanded and word form. After they have finished, they will write their mystery number in standard form on the back. Their partners, without looking at the back, will figure out the mystery number and write it on the lines.
My students really enjoyed this simple activity. They colored in their writing, and their sheets turned out wonderful! You may edit the document in any way that you would like as it is attached as a Word document.
Students will be writing multi-digit numbers in different ways. Therefore, this activity correlates with the first part of 4.NBT.2, which is, as stated on the "corestandards" site: "Read and write multi-digit whole numbers using base-ten numerals, number names, and expanded form. Compare two multi-digit numbers based on meanings of the digits in each place, using >, =, and < symbols to record the results of comparisons."
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