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#### Rewriting Numbers as Tens and Ones

Unpack double-digit numbers using this fantastic graphic organizer featuring eight place value problems. Learners separate each number into tens and ones, then write it out by completing a sentence frame. As they work through the...

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#### What is Place Value for Whole Numbers?

Whole numbers are the natural numbers including zero. The instructor illustrates and explains place value. She draws a place value chart and then defines each term and what the numbers mean. She writes a number in standard form and then...

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#### What is Place Value?

The teacher names and explains place value. She starts at the ones, and moving left of the decimal, goes to a million. Then moving to the right of the decimal she names and explains tenths to thousandths. This is a terrific video to use...

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#### Math Circus: Tens and Ones

Join the math circus! This themed place value activity begins with visual examples for learners to understand number composition with regard to tens and ones. They try a few on their own using the visual clues then complete 14 on their...

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#### Tens and Units

Images of base ten blocks are used to reinforce counting past 10. Learners will count along, adding units to each 10 as they go from 10 to 30. Each number is shown on a 100 block, as blocks of 10s and 1s, and in numeric form as tens and...

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#### Breaking Apart Numbers

Your skilled subtractors will appreciate this breakdown of three-digit numbers. Observing place value, learners separate both numbers in a subtraction problem into hundreds, tens, and ones. They subtract each part, using a graphic...

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#### Tens and Ones Fun

Youngsters use their large motor skills to build numbers to 20 in this outdoor, kinesthetic, collaborative activity. Amass cardboard boxes for groups to stack, sort, and bundle into 10s and 1s to show numbers and place value. They'll...

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#### Make Ten Bundles

How many rolls until you get to 100? Young mathematicians will have a blast with this place value game, which has them rolling a die and placing a corresponding number of popsicle sticks in the "ones" column of their mat. Once they get...

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#### Numbers and Operations in Base Ten

First graders use a ten frame and counters to demonstrate their understanding of two-digit numbers. Use the included suggested questions to check for understanding and encourage abstract reasoning.

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#### Tens and Ones with Unifix Cubes

Use Unifix Cubes to make math more tangible for your young pupils! A simple activity will get learners talking and collaborating...and all about MATH! In partners, learners pick a number card (these are provided, and can be simply cut...

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#### How Do You Round Numbers?

Review the concept of rounding numbers in the millions. Using the example 2,561,190, the narrator rounds numbers to the nearest million, hundred thousand, ten thousand, thousand, hundred and ten. This is a terrific way to reinforce...

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#### Place Value

A good instructional activity on place value awaits your young mathematicians. Working in pairs, they make models of whole numbers that show tens and ones. After a review of the ones and tens place values, they utilize unifix cubes on an...

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#### Ways to Make Hundreds

How many ways can you make 200 using 1s, 10s, and 100s? Learners will build number sense, a basic understanding of place value, and prep for future lessons on expanded form with this simple worksheet. They are given 6 numbers, they write...

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#### What is Place Value for Whole Numbers?

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#### Expanded Form: 11 - 100

Students write numbers 11 through 100 in expanded form. In this expanded form lesson plan, students correctly write the number for the ones, tens, and hundreds.

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#### Tens and Ones

A presentation designed for emerging mathematicians. Learners get to practice the all-important skill of identifying place value. In this case, they are dealing with the tens and the ones. The eight slides each give pupils a two-digit...

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#### Place Value Again

Learners break down numbers with decimals into ones, tenths, and hundredths, and convert decimals to fractions and fractions to decimals. They complete five sets of problems.

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#### Place Value Review

Review various aspects related to place value with this easy-to-follow presentation. Learners can review the base ten system, see representations, and read descriptions of ones, tens, hundreds, and thousands, and numbers in expanded...

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#### Hundreds, Tens, and Units

How many hundreds, tens, and ones are there? The class examines 3 different images, each containing flats, rods, and units. They write down the number of 100s, 10s, and 1s, then the whole number they represent.

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#### Addition with Tens and Ones

In this online interactive addition worksheet, students fill in the blank in 10 addition equations to total the number shown with tens and ones. Students check their answers online as they go.

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#### Place Value Tens and Ones

Students use manipulative to identify the ones and tens digit in a number, use pictorial representation to identify the ones and tens digit in a number and determine the value of a number given tens and ones.

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#### Reinforcement Lesson in Place Value

Here is a wonderful place value game for your pupils that is played with dice. Very clear instructions on how the game is played are included in the plan. According to the author, they will "groan in disapproval" when it's time to stop...

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#### Place Value (d4)

In this identifying place values worksheet, students fill in a chart of three digit place numbers and read numbers and fill in the blanks indicating their place values. Students write twelve answers.

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#### Putting Things in Place

Investigation is one of my favorite words! Learners investigate place value in the real-world using a story problem and a TI-10 calculator. They plan a fictitious class trip to a far off place, determine how much money they need to get...