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Heather Robinson

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WALT: Place Value - Hundreds, Tens and Ones

Watch the tutorial video first. 1. Count the hundreds, tens and ones on the base ten blocks. 2. Write the answer using the drawing tool. 3. Cover the picture of the base ten blocks and build it from the number written using your own base ten blocks. 4. Uncover the picture of the base ten blocks to check it is correct. 5. Ask an adult to draw 5 more numbers represented in base ten blocks for you to repeat the same steps with.

Kindergarten, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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I am learning to count the hundreds, tens and ones in 3-digit numbers.