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Mrs. Gallegos (@denisegallegos)

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Counting Hundreds, Tens, and Ones

Model the numbers using place-value blocks and by drawing to represent groupings of hundreds flats, tens rods, and ones cubes. 1. draw the place value blocks that represent each place value. 2. record your voice to explain how you are finding out your answers. 3. submit your response.

2nd Grade, Math
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