Multiplying Two Digit Numbers by 10
Here is an online learning exercise that you can also print and send home as homework. In it, mini mathematicians multiply two-digit numbers by 10. This resource is readily adaptable to meeting CCSS.Math.Content.3.NBT.3.
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