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Rhonda Highfill

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Place Value: Tens and Ones

1. Count the place value blocks. 2. Use or to label the number of tens, ones, and the number that is represented with each set of place value blocks. 3. Use to circle two sets of place value blocks. 4. Use to record yourself counting the place value blocks you circled and explaining the number they represent.

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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