In this 3rd grade math learning exercise, 3rd graders write the first seven numbers in expanded notation form. Students then take the given numbers in the next several problems and write the smallest number possible in expanded notation.
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Express Whole Numbers in Expanded Form
Expand young mathematicians' understanding of place value with this series of math activities. Focusing on making connections between standard and expanded notation, this resource offers an interactive website, a place value dice game,...
3rd - 5th Math CCSS: Designed
Number and Operations: Place Value
If your learners are learning about place value and number value comparisons, this set of engaging activities and worksheets will make your job easy! Scholars use math manipulatives to estimate and then determine how many seeds a colony...
1st - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Ten-Frames – A Games Approach to Number Sense
"How can you help students visualize numbers in a way that is compatible with our base-ten number system?" The answer is simple: use ten-frames. Whether they're being used as a part of classroom routines or as instructional tools, this...
K - 3rd Math CCSS: Adaptable
Solve Addition Problems: Using Complements of 10
In a base ten number system, knowing the complements of ten is a huge help when learning addition with larger numbers. The third video is this series models how these special pairs of numbers can be used along with expanded notation to...
5 mins 2nd - 4th Math CCSS: Designed