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Kanndece Quijada-Sawitsky

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Let's Make Some Numbers!

Use the base ten blocks to make the numbers listed. Remember that a cube represents 1 000, a flat represents 100, a rod represents 10 and a unit (small cube) represents 1. Follow the example on the first page, and answer the questions on the following pages. 1) Click on add. 2) Click on each pile of base ten block, one at a time. 3) Click on the 3dots to find the menu. 4) Click on duplicate to make additional copies for each of the base ten blocks (depending on the number). 5) Repeat for each base ten block, as many times as is needed to make the number. 6) Click on the check to turn in your work.

3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 5th Grade, Math
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