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Timothy Capazzi

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Place Value Picnic

We can combine math and art to make a place value painting like Paul Gaugin! If you need to look at one of Paul Gaugin's paintings for ideas, click on the . Click to start your response. Fill out the chart on slide #1. First, use the tool to write your three-digit number at the top of the chart. Next, figure out how many hundreds, tens, and ones you need and use the tool to fill in that part of the chart. Next, decide what types of fruit you are going to use and use the tool to fill in the names at the bottom of the page. Finally, use the circles to practice creating your fruit. Create your picnic on slide #2 You must use the correct amount and types of fruit to represent the place values of your number. Use the tool to make large, medium, and small fruit. Use the three dots on each shape to make copies using the duplicate feature. You must have some fruit that overlaps, like in Paul Gaugin's paintings. To make shapes go behind or in front of other shapes, click on the shapes, then click on the three dots and select bring to front OR bring to back to overlap the fruit. Before you submit your work, go to slide #3. Read all the items on the checklist. Use the or to put a check in the box if you've done what it says to do. If you can put a check in all the boxes, click to submit your picture. If not, go back to slide #2 and keep working!

1st Grade, 3rd Grade, 2nd Grade, STEAM, Art, Math
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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