Patterns in math can be found everywhere...especially when it comes to reading and writing numbers! Teach students that a number says "hundred" when it steps on the "H". This helps them understand that zeros are not always necessary after hearing the word "hundred" in a number. Also, the oval in the graphic organizer helps students understand that the numbers within the oval are said together as "one". I like to say they are a "married" number. (In essence, they share the same name).
Included in this resource:
-Writing Numbers Up to 999: Graphic Organizer/Visual (Color & B/W)
-Writing Numbers Up to 999,999: Graphic Organizer/Visual (Color & B/W)
Writing Numbers in Standard Form, Expanded Form, & Word Form Up to 999,999
by Faye Adams
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