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Mrs. Christy Tanner

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Identifying Hundreds, Tens, Ones

There are 6 pages to this activity. The FIRST page is an example of how your answers answers should look on pages 2-6. 1. There will be a word problem. 2. Write the number words of the problem in the box provided, as well as expanded form. 3. Next, find the Hundreds, Tens, Ones Chart and fill in each area using the tool. The first row you will place the correct digit into the correct column. The second row you will write out the number words in each box again. Last row you will draw with and show that you can draw the base ten pictures. 4. After you have completed each page, click on the to turn in your assignment to your journal. Thank you for working today! I appreciate you!

2nd Grade, Math
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