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Mary Meyer

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Draw Quick Ones, Tens, Hundreds

Numbers can be represented many different ways. Using the quick draw method and writing your numbers in expanded notation complete the following problems. 1. Tap the add button. 2. Use the drawing or pen tool to complete each problem. Look at the example on each page to help you. Remember to use a dot or circle to represent the ones, a line or stick to represent a ten, and a square to represent a hundred. 3. Tap the check when you are done to add to your journal.

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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