Place Value and Powers of Ten - Reteach 10.1
4th - 5th
A chart displaying the power of 10, standard form of the number, fractional form, and the place value is the tool that you can use to review place value with your clas.s Beneath the chart are seven numbers for pupils to rewrite either in expanded or standard form.
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