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Exploring Place Value with M & Ms
Learners are given 8-10 M&M's and assigned a value for each color from one to hundred thousand. They write their number in standard, written and expanded form, and identify the place and value of various digits.
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base-ten number system, expanded form, place value, compare numbers, write multi-digit whole numbers
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