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A fun way to practice expanded notation. Third and fourth grade math games. Place value

This expanded notation activity is perfect for cooperative learning, math workshop, or early finishers. Simply print, cut, and tape the problems around your room. Give your students the record sheet and let them "hunt" around the room for the problems.

Expanded Notation Practice Pages and Quiz

Need a new strategy for teaching expanded notation? Use play money to help your students really understand this place value concept. Perfect for grades third, fourth or fifth, but can also be used for older students who need a little something different.

Expanded form transitions to expanded notation in third grade. Grab a freebie that's perfect for small group instruction or a math workstation.

This decimal expanded notation activity is perfect for cooperative learning, math workshop, or early finishers. Simply print, cut, and tape the…

First and Second Grade Math (addition/place value)

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This Free Printable Place Value Game for Learning Expanded Form from Little Learning Lovies will give your kids great hands-on experience manipulating nu Do (Ac