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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 3: Exponential and Logarithmic Functions

The 35 lessons in the Algebra II Module 3 collection are divided into five topics: Real Numbers, Logarithms, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions and their Graphs, Using Logarithms in Modeling situations, and Geometric series and...

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#### Base Ten Cards (tens and ones)

Strengthen your class's understanding of place value with this series of base-ten flash cards. Including illustrations representing a variety of numbers from 13 to 94, this resource can be used in many different ways to build the numbers...

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#### Grade 2 Supplement Set A5 – Number and Operations: Multi-Digit Addition and Subtraction

Provide learners with supplemental hands-on activities to reinforce direct instruction. Four activities give them the opportunity to use what they know about place value, base ten, skip counting, and problem solving to become well...

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#### Area Model of Multiplication Using Base 10 Manipulatives

Explore two-digit multiplication with your class as they work in groups to build models of two-digit multiplication using base 10 manipulatives. They construct rectangles replacing standard numbers with equivalent place values using the...

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#### Let's Party With Place Value

Put on your math caps and explore place value and ways to represent numbers. Learners read, write, and represent whole numbers. They interact with numbers as they read and explore a teacher-created story, play games, and practice their...

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#### Subtraction with Base 10 Models

Learning how to regroup can be a difficult concept to learn, as well as teach. This PowerPoint does an excellent job at visualizing the process with step-by-step guidelines and base ten animations. There are multiple examples for...

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#### Place Value & Picasso

Place value to the millions is the focus of this math lesson. Third and fourth graders investigate multiple ways to represent a number. They examine place value while studying factual information about Pablo Picasso. Resources are provided.

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#### Place Value for Primary Grades- A Place for Everything

Here is a phenomenal lesson on place value to the thousands place. Learners construct numbers and identify the value of each digit, investigate building numbers using craft sticks and paper plates, and complete other meaningful place...

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#### Expanding Place Value

Learners explore place value. This incredibly thorough and valuable mathematics activity, has students make a number wheel to assist in the completion of a Place Value worksheet. Students use manipulatives and a place value mat to...

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#### Values Written as Powers: Binary Numbers 1 to 8

A six-question interactive tasks scholars with adding binary numbers one through eight. A tool acts as a visual aid to showcase the patterns made when working with base—2, digits zero and one. Question types include fill in the blank,...

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#### I Know Place Value!

Mathematicians boost math skills with a lesson all about place value. A question game challenges learners to guess a three-digit number using oral clues. Collaboratively, peers roll a die to make numbers then write them in a graphic...

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#### Decimals as Mixed Numbers

A five-question interactive boosts scholars' knowledge of decimals and mixed numbers. Moveable base 10 blocks assist mathematicians in answering a series of multiple-choice and true or false questions. A discussion concludes the practice.

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#### Area Model Multiplication

Develop a solid understanding of multiplication. The interactive provides opportunities for learners to continue building a deep understanding of multiplication. Pupils use the application to find the product of two numbers and find...

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#### Values Written as Powers: Binary Numbers 25 to 31

A five-question interactive boosts proficiency in working with binary numbers. Multiple-choice, short answer, and discussion questions challenge mathematicians to write numbers 25 through 31in exponential and binary form. An adjustable...

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#### Converting Base-10 Fractions

How do fractions and decimals relate? Scholars learn how to change base-10 fractions to decimals and vice-versa. The sixth resource in a 16-part series revisits decimal place value. The video walks through the steps to write decimal...

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#### Converting Numbers from Base 10 to Binary, Octal, and Hexadecimal

How many different ways can you write the same number? Learners experiment with writing numbers using different bases. They progress from base 10 to base two, eight, and six.

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#### Ten $10s Make $100

If ten $10s make $100, then how much money do twenty $10s make? Young bankers find the number of bills required to make base ten amounts in three different word problems.

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#### Saving Money 1

How many days will it take Louis to save enough money for school supplies and new pair of shoes? Focus on Common Core math standards with a two-part task that involves a word problem and counting manipulatives.

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#### Three Composing/Decomposing Problems

Practice composing and decomposing numbers in base-ten using three word problems. Each problem presents a different scenario requiring learners to explain their thinking, find the number of ones, and find out different ways to make a...

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#### Pi and Four Fingers

The Simpsons isn't the most likely television show to teach your scholars about math—but it does! An engaging video in the Numberphile "Pi" series explains some math concepts that arise in the show. It also explains some historical...

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#### Making 124

How many ways can you make the number 124 using only tens and ones? Use a task that prompts young mathematicians to make 124 in as many ways as possible.

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#### How Many Days Until Summer Vacation?

On the 124th day of school, young mathematicians are asked to find out how many days are left in the 180-day school year. The teacher version to the task offers several ways the problem can be solved, and can be used to guide instruction...

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#### Powers of Ten

Investigate negative exponents of-ten. Pupils use the pattern of increasing powers of 10 to determine negative powers of 10. The scholars write the powers in expanded and product forms and make the connection to exponents using a...

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#### Can You Solve the Poison Wine Challenge?

A video posits the question of how to identify the one poisoned bottle of wine from 1,000 bottles by getting 10 rats to drink the wine. Hint: Binary numbers become very useful in this situation.

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#### A Brief History of Numerical Systems

As people and civilizations have become more complex, numbers have evolved into what they are today. Watch a video that walks viewers through the history of the development of symbols into numbers and positional notations.

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#### Magnitude

Build an understanding of the powers of 10. Pupils investigate the results of raising 10 to positive and negative powers. They relate this understanding to the magnitude these powers represent in this seventh lesson of 15.

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#### Changing the Base

I can't calculate a base-2 logarithm since my calculator doesn't have a base-2 log key. Young mathematicians use the change of base formula to extend the properties of logarithms to all bases. Among these bases is the natural log base,...

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#### Base 10 and Scientific Notation

Use a resource on which you can base your lesson on base 10 and scientific notation. The second installment of a 35-part module presents scholars with a review of scientific notation. After getting comfortable with scientific notation,...

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#### Adding Numbers

Support math instruction at home with a helpful reference sheet designed for parents. Three pages cover the subject of addition with written details and labeled pictures.

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#### Vocabulary Representation (Grade 1)

Support first grade math vocabulary with a reference page divided into three sections—the vocabulary word, its definition, and a picture representation. Terms include number bonds, arrow notation, commutative property and more!

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#### Decimal Operations Using Base 10 Blocks

Let's get this block party started and learn about decimals! Here are four main lessons that teach the operations with decimals while using base 10 blocks to provide a hands-on learning approach. Supplemental worksheets and other...

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#### Unit 5 Math Vocabulary Cards (Grade 5)

Reinforce math vocabulary with a set of flashcards. Twenty-two cards offer either a bold-faced word card or a corresponding definition card equipped with an example and labels. Terms include factor, repeating decimal, unit fraction, and...

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#### Whole Numbers and Powers of 10

Take a deeper look into the base 10 number system with a lesson that demonstrates how to break down numbers to powers of 10. Learners briefly touch on how to use a bar graph to interpret data and notice trends. Next, they determine...

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#### Base Ten Mat (Tens and Ones)

When working with base blocks, you need a base ten mat. Well, here it is! Organize your tens and ones using this mat to represent, count, and examine numbers.

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#### Base Ten Mat (Tens and Ones with Tens Frame)

Working with base 10 blocks? Use this base 10 mat to organize blocks, tens and ones with one ten frame, and determine how many groups of blocks can be used to represent numbers.

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#### Place Value

How many tens are in the number 125? Most students would say there are two tens, but there are actually 12. Incorporate this instructional activity into your place value unit to help third graders deepen their understanding of the concept.

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#### Base Ten Hundreds Flats (4 per Page)

Looking for a base 10 hundreds flat? Look no further! Here, you'll find four base 10 hundreds flats with space to write under each model.

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#### Fifth Grade Assessments and Scoring Checklists, Common Core State Standards

Check for understanding with a set of math assessments. Fifth graders answer questions involving multiplication and division, median and mode, rotational symmetry, and graphing.

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#### Math Center Labels

From counters and calculators to pattern blocks and Unifix cubes, this collection of printable labels has exactly what you need to bring some organization to your elementary math class.

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#### Earth Day Math

Take some time this Earth Day to nourish the growth of your young mathematicians with this series of task cards. Whether it's the four basic operations, place value, money, or elapsed time, these conservation-themed problems will engage...

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#### Math Manipulative and Math Teacher Tool Labels

Bring some organization to your class's supply of math manipulatives with this collection of printable labels. From rulers and base-ten blocks, to stopwatches and fraction circles, labels are included for dozens of different objects,...

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#### Extra Practice

From exponents to slope-intercept form, an array of extra practice exercises will reinforce necessary skills for your middle and high schoolers. The worksheets include practice with order of operations, graphing equations, scientific...

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#### Go One-on-One with Decimals

Shoot and score with three basketball-themed lessons about decimals. Young mathematicians compare game statistics, make trash can hoops, and play a data spinner game to practice identifying digits and values within decimal numbers.

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#### Place Value - Butterflies Floating Place to Place

Learn about butterflies and place value in a series of interdisciplinary lessons! With several worksheets that reference butterfly facts in word problems, kids can practice science and math in one activity. Additional worksheets are...

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#### Understanding Long Division: Whole Numbers

Smoothly transition your class into using the long division algorithm with this hands-on math lesson. Working in pairs, young mathematicians practice using base ten blocks or play money to model division by single-digit divisors....

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#### Division

Developing fluency with long division is a big step in the education of young mathematicians. With the support of base ten blocks, learners deepen their understanding of the operation in this elementary math lesson. Although it indicates...

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#### Divide with Two-Digit Divisors Using Base Ten Blocks

How does multiplication help when dividing a number? Prepare your number crunchers to become fluent in dividing multi-digit numbers by relating base ten blocks to the standard algorithm with this video. Reinforce students’ understanding...

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#### How Do You Divide a Two-Digit Number by a One-Digit Number With No Remainder?

The instructor draws a diagram to represent a given value using base 10 blocks. She shows how to divide it up into groups just to give you a visual. She then demonstrates how to solve the problem using the long division method.

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#### Writing Numbers

A multi-faceted approach to place value! Third graders write four-digit numbers, as well as interpreting the written forms of large numbers. Use the resource as a unit assessment, or in parts as a warm-up activity throughout the week.

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#### Understanding Place Value

Your fourth graders can write smaller numbers, but what about five-digit numbers? Practice writing expanded forms of large numbers with these activities. They work on place value skills, as well as written numbers. A great activity to...

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#### More Multiplication Practice, 1-Digit by 3-Digit Numbers

Expand your fourth graders' multiplication skills with 20 basic problems. Once kids finish the math drills, they work on two word problems at the bottom of the page. Use the resource as a homework assignment or quick in-class assessment....

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#### Number Puzzles

These math puzzles are sure to get your first and second graders thinking. Nine word problems about odds and evens, as well as greater than and less than, keep learners guessing. If you're working on mental math in your class, use these...

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#### Working with 10s and 1s, Part 2

Practice place value by visualizing 10s and 1s. First graders count the cubes in each place, then write the total number at the bottom. In one particularly helpful section, they draw the cubes that will add up to a given number. Bring in...

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#### Subtraction Practice, Part 2

For a quick subtraction drill, these 17 problems are a great addition to your math lesson. All problems use multiples of ten, ranging from 10 to 90. Use the activity as a timed quiz or more thorough review assignment.

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#### Subtraction Word Problems #1

Practice subtraction skills and word problem strategies with your second graders. After reviewing the example at the top of the page, learners solve 14 word problems involving subtraction. A great way to practice mental math!

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#### Who Has More Money?

Coloring and money combine in this fun instructional activity! First and second graders count the amounts of money represented in each, and then color the person or animal who has the most money. They then draw the correct coins to add...

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#### Subtraction Drills, Part 2

Zoom through 32 subtraction problems! Second graders view the examples at the top of the page, then set to work on two-digit subtraction problems. Some problems involve borrowing. Use this resource as a quiz or homework assignment to...

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#### Subtraction Tables

With several numbers already filled in, this math worksheet is sure to help your first graders with their subtraction. Three grids prompt learners to finish certain subtraction problems and fill in the answers. A great way to reinforce...

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#### Working with 10s and 1s

Can your first graders count by 1s? What about by 10s? Use this graphic learning exercise to help youngsters visualize place value and counting. They count how many sets of 1s or 10s they see, then they draw a given number of 1s or 10s....

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#### Rounding Whole Numbers

Can your fourth graders round to the nearest 10? What about the nearest 100, or 10,000? A thorough resource helps them practice rounding numbers of varying size. Four sets of problems prompt students to round to specified place values,...

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#### Understanding Place Value #2

Review place value with three sets of problems. Second graders first identify the value of 5 in eight different numbers; they then circle the numbers with specified place value. Finally, they change certain digits of numbers and write...

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#### Subtraction Practice, Part 3

A basic subtraction worksheet can help your second graders improve their problem-solving skills. Seventeen problems prompt learners to subtract two-digit numbers from two-digit numbers. None of the problems require carrying, so this...

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#### Relating Fractions to Decimals

How well can your fourth graders convert fractions to decimals - or decimals to fractions? Drill your young mathematicians on this skill, as well as understanding place value and mixed numbers. A great quiz after your fractions unit, or...

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#### Understanding Place Value, Up to 3-Digit Numbers

Work on place value and addition. Here is a resource that features different types of problems for your second graders to solve. After studying the example at the top of the page, they write the missing number in 12 addition problems....

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#### Venn Diagrams, Part 3

Can your first graders interpret Venn diagrams? Different sets of clues help pupils narrow down a specific number in different shapes. They determine odds and evens, greater than or less than, and what shape the number is in. A fun...

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#### Subtraction Practice, Part 5

Use this basic worksheet to practice two-digit subtraction in your second grade class. Learners solve three sections of problems, two of which involve money symbols, and write their answers in space provided. All problems are written in...

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#### Ordering Large Numbers: Numbers up to 9,200,000

Once learners understand place value, they can put all kinds of numbers in order - even eight-digit numbers! Fourth graders put groups of five numbers in order from smallest to largest. After they finish, they decipher a word problem and...

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#### Multiplying Larger Numbers by 1-Digit Numbers

Introduce multiplication with large numbers to your fourth grade class. A straightforward worksheet provides three and four-digit numbers, multiplied by one-digit numbers, to help transition your learners into more difficult...

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#### Subtracting Decimals

How well can your fifth graders work with decimals? What about subtracting decimals? Use this resource to practice these important skills. Sixteen problems help pupils subtract decimals to the hundredths place, while 10 problems at the...

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#### Putting Numbers in Order, Numbers Up to 9,900

Put these big numbers in order! Fourth graders review the example at the top of the page before putting 16 sets of 4-digit numbers in order from smallest to largest. You can cut the three sections of problems into strips of paper for...

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#### Multiplication Drills, Part 5

Challenge your young mathematicians with a worksheet, which features 30 problems with one and two-digit numbers. The examples at the top of the page remind third graders how to complete the problems. Use all 30 problems, or cut each row...

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#### Subtracting Decimals #3

Practice money and measurement math with a thorough learning exercise. Two examples at the top of the page remind fourth graders how to solve subtraction problems using decimals. After working through 14 problems, they then solve two...

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#### Place Value for Whole Numbers

Work with small and large numbers alike with a place-value activity. After writing the value of selected numbers, fourth graders write what happens to each number if they change certain parts of it.

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#### Multiplying by 2-Digit Numbers

Need some practice multiplying large numbers? Bring this list of problems to your fifth grade class to use as a review of multiplication of 3 digit numbers by 2 digit numbers. The format of this resource makes it a good quiz or homework...

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#### Multiplying by 10 and 100

Work on multiplication and division with your fifth graders. They practice multiplying and dividing by 10s and 100s in four sections of problems, all written in varying formats. A great way to reinforce your math lesson!

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#### Real-life Problems, Working with Decimals

Put your learners' decimal skills to the test with these five word problems. With space for students to write their work, the word problems contain addition and multiplication problems with money and measurement units. Use this resource...

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#### Subtraction Drills

Here is a great subtraction assignment to use as homework or as a speed trial in your second grade class. After reviewing the basics of subtracting 2-digit numbers in three examples, learners solve 32 problems. Most of the problems...

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#### Subtracting Decimals #4

Practice subtracting decimals to the hundredths place. This assignment includes amounts of money and units of measurement. Three sections of problems provide subtraction problems in both vertical and horizontal formats, as well as two...

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#### Dividing and Finding Remainders, 2-Digit Numbers #5

Could your fourth graders use a little more practice solving division problems with remainders? Use this comprehensive math worksheet, which contains three sections of division problems. The first section presents the problems in...

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#### Subtracting Decimals, Larger Numbers

Challenge your fifth graders with this decimals activity, which prompts them to subtract decimals to the hundredth and thousandth places. After writing the differences for the first 16 problems, they solve ten problems written in a...

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#### Subtraction Practice, Part 4

In need of some subtraction practice? Here is a good review or quiz activity to reinforce your subtraction lesson. Twenty-four problems include subtracting two-digit numbers, most of which involve carrying. The last fifteen problems use...

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#### Rounding Decimals, from Hundredths Place to Whole Numbers

An efficient and straightforward decimals learning exercise! Young learners round amounts of money and measurements to the nearest dollar or meter. Each section contains 20 problems, making it easy to divide up this asignment into...

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#### Subtracting Decimals #2

Subtraction is more fun when there's money involved! Fourth graders subtract amounts of money and units of measurement in sixteen vertical and horizontal problems. The last two problems are word problems, helping your kids practice...

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#### Subtracting Bigger Numbers: 2 and 3-Digit Numbers

Subtraction problems are simple - or are they? Fourth graders subtract 2-digit numbers from 3-digit numbers in different formats, including vertical problems, horizontal problems, and word problems. Use this resource at the end of your...

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#### Putting Numbers in Order

Can your second graders put these 2 and 3-digit numbers in order from least to greatest? Fifteen sets of four numbers help them practice their place value, as well as their ordering skills. A great way to get them ready for more complex...

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#### Rounding Decimals

Challenge your fifth graders with a worksheet on rounding decimals. Each section provides three columns of decimals and a space for pupils to round them to the nearest tenth. This makes a nice homework assignment, or a timed in-class test.

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#### Adding 2-Digit Numbers, part 4

Practice adding it up! A very straightforward worksheet includes 36 addition problems, all with two-digit addends. Great for a timed math drill or a comprehensive review activity.

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#### Mixed Numbers and Decimals

Mixed numbers made easy! Use a learning exercise on fractions and decimals to help your fourth graders master converting mixed numbers to decimals - and vice versa. They work on mixed numbers and decimals, and then convert three...

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#### Adding Bigger Numbers: 2 and 3 Digit Numbers

Challenge your young learners with an addition worksheet, which provides different opportunities to practice adding two and three-digit numbers. The first two sections provide twelve problems for pupils to solve, while the last two...

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#### Practice Adding

Challenge your first graders with 24 addition problems. The first section of problems use numbers from 5 to 64, while the second section contains problems adding three numbers together. The last few problems prompt young mathematicians...

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#### Multiplying by 10, 100, and 1,000

Master your multiplication skills with problems that get progressively difficult as pupils go on. After reviewing the example of problems with 10, 100, and 1,00, they work on 42 more problems. Two of the sections provide one multiplier...

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#### Putting Numbers in Order, Numbers up to 100

Party with number balloons! Young learners study four groups of illustrated balloons with numbers on them, and write the numbers in sequence from smallest to greatest, or greatest to smallest. For extra fun, have them color the balloons...

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#### Reading and Writing Numbers

Review numerals and written numbers. Here is a worksheet that features four sections of problems for youngsters to figure out. They write out eight 3-digit numbers, and provide 3-digit numerals for eight written numbers. A great way to...

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#### 10 More or 10 Less?

Take a rocket to the stars with using a math worksheet. Here, four sets of alien saucers, moons, rockets, and stars prompt young learners to match numbers with one more or ten more. Color the pictures for extra fun when students are...

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#### Ordering Sets of Decimals

Practice putting decimals in order. This resource presents ten sets of decimals for kids to order. After working through the first five sets, they review measurement and unit conversion (kilometers and meters) in the next five problems....

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#### Multiplication Drills

Practice multiplication with your fourth graders! After reviewing four example multiplication problems at the top of the page, pupils solve 32 problems with one and two-digit numbers. This format would work well for a nice timed-quiz for...

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#### Everyday Problems with Decimals

Review word problems and decimals with a worksheet that features everyday problems for your students to solve. Six problems provide space for both work and the solution, reinforcing the importance of showing one's work in word problems....

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#### Learning Place Value

A great quiz for your place-value unit! Once your first graders have mastered the 1s, 10s, and 100s place values, assess their learning with these questions. Three sections prompt pupils to provide the number in certain places, and the...

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#### Division with Remainders #2

Unite your fourth graders with division practice! Two examples of dividing one digit numbers into three digit numbers demonstrate how to come up with remainders. Math students complete the nine problems on the worksheet. Use this...

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#### Fractions and Decimals

Voila! Young mathematicians become magicians as they turn fractions into decimals and decimals into fractions. They reference examples before completing 37 transformations on their own. The first 16 are fractions with a denominator of...

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#### Using the 10 Times Table

Dividing by 10 and multiplying by 10 is an integral skill for young scholars as they learn base-10 multiplication and division. First, they match five products to their equivalent equations, all of which include 10 as a factor. Next,...

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#### Place Value

Each digit holds a specific value in numbers, and understanding place value is the key to this concept. Youngsters examine eight numbers and determine the value of four in each, writing it in both number and word form. Next, they circle...

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#### Dividing

When dividing by 10 there are a few tricks scholars can use to make their lives a lot easier. Show them the examples to see if they notice a trend before assigning this three-part set of exercises. The first 18 are horizontal division...

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#### Read, Write, and Draw

Numbers come in many forms, and they often appeal to different types of leaners. Explore these forms through six place-value problems which have youngsters represent values numerically, in word form, and through base-ten blocks. They...

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#### Tens and Units

Images of base ten blocks are used to reinforce counting past 10. Learners will count along, adding units to each 10 as they go from 10 to 30. Each number is shown on a 100 block, as blocks of 10s and 1s, and in numeric form as tens and...

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#### Beginning Decimals

This fantastic presentation can help you teaching decimals.. Beginning decimal learners can see the basics of what decimals are and what they represent. Then, they are given the chance to "play around" with decimals by solving a variety...

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#### Powers of Ten

In this powers of ten activity, 5th graders multiply and divide decimals by multiples of ten. They mentally solve simple problems containing powers of ten. This two-page activity contains 10 problems.

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#### Decimals Decide Olympic Champions

The class discovers how a decimal can make all the difference in the Olympics. As they learn about decimal place values, they compare and contrast data and demonstrate decimal values using manipulatives.

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#### Place Value Made Simple

Elementary schoolers explore place value to the millions place. They construct and evaluate the value of numbers. Working in small groups, pupils problem solve with pocket place value charts, and examine standard and expanded forms. This...

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#### Subtraction with Regrouping Lesson Plan

Learners explore regrouping while subtracting. In this subtraction lesson, pupils manipulate base 10 blocks to demonstrate regrouping. Multiple resources are provided.

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#### Smaller Than One

Students examine how to convert fractions into decimals and percents. They work with base ten blocks and a worksheet to color in parts of 100 and renaming the parts as decimals and fractions.

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#### Representing Fractions, Decimals, and Percents

In this fractions, decimals, and percents lessons, students explore various methods of representing fractions. They demonstrate situations that represent rational numbers. Students create a foldable exploring fractions, decimals and...

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#### Ten Pins

Multiplying with multiples of 10, 100, and 1,000 provides an opportunity to discuss patterns that arise with zeros. The class uses these patterns to solve problems. Then they rotate through three work stations, including a computer-based...

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#### Primary Understanding and Use of Place Value

Explore place value and regrouping with your class. They develop awareness of several ancient number systems and how they differ from the base ten system commonly used today. They play "Chip Trading" with partners to practice addition...

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#### Counting with Base - Ten Models

Help your kids develop strategies for counting. In this base-ten lesson plan, learners use matching cards, base 10 blocks, and dry erase markers and boards to examine the base 10 counting system.

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#### Number in Base Ten

Using place value dice, examine reading and writing numbers with your math scholars. Three die are required for each place value up to the hundreds, and learners roll all 3 to determine a number up to 1000. They write the number in...

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#### The True Value of Sweets

Measure your pupil's learning in a lesson plan designed to explore decimals by weighing different candies on a scale and recording the weight. Small groups then compare and order the decimal weights on a number line to show their...

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#### Fraction and Decimal Equivalency - Grade Four

Investigate fraction and decimal equivalencies by using base-ten blocks and grid paper to determine the relationships. Your young mathematicians will compare and order the fractions and decimals to increase their understanding of the...

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#### Grade 2: Exploring Place Value

Creative problem solving is fun and helps kids conceptualize content. They use grid paper, manilla paper, and markers to cut, draw, and show given double-digit numbers as many ways as they can.

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#### Understanding Place Value: Base Ten Models

As an overview of place value involving numbers in the hundreds, this resource would be incredibly beneficial. There are only a few examples, but the graphics make this concept come alive. In a lower grade classroom, this presentation...

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#### Babylonian Mathematics I

Learners examine a Babylonian clay tablet and the mathematics found on it as a catalyst to investigate a variety of mathematical ideas. They work with prime numbers, classify numbers as whole, integer, rational, or irrational and use...

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#### Division (No Remainders)

Help young mathematicians build a solid understanding of division with this base ten block activity. With the help of these popular math manipulatives, children model different math problems in order to reinforce the connection between...

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#### Base Ten Activity

Base ten blocks are great tools for developing not only an understanding of whole numbers, but of decimals as well. This upper-elementary lesson uses these versatile manipulatives and the array model to teach young mathematicians how to...

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#### Dividing with Base Ten Blocks

Break out the base ten blocks for this presentation on long division. Looking at two separate examples, step-by-step instructions are provided for dividing two- and three-digit numbers by single-digit divisors. Engage the class by...

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#### Decimal Multiplication

Students use base ten blocks to lead them in the concept of understanding multiplying numbers with decimals. For this multiplication of decimals lesson plan, students also use digital activities to help them with the multiplication.

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#### Dividing by 10

Multiplication and division become much easier when mathematicians are dealing with the number 10 as a factor or divisor. Use the examples to get scholars noticing number patterns if they haven't already learned this. They divide 20...

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#### Decimal Models

Before jumping into numeral decimals, explore them visually using this base 10 strategy. There is a set of examples to help scholars understand the concept. They color in grids to represent decimals written in a variety of ways. Some...

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#### Dividing by 10

Use money to help scholars understand dividing by 10. They examine a visual displaying one dollar as equivalent to 10 dimes. Then, learners examine sets of 10 dimes to determine how many dollars are represented in each problem. One is...

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#### The Hundreds Place

Break up numbers into place value to help your scholars comprehend three-digit numerals. There are three problems here, and the large text and visuals make it ideal to project as an all-class warm up. Learners first identify the value of...

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#### Three-Digit Number: Hundreds Place

Looking at the image of two sets of base ten blocks, learners determine which represents the number shown. This process is fully explained just below the problem. Use for review or extra practice.

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#### Countdown Challenge: Multiplication by 10s

In this multiplication by 10s worksheet, 5th graders solve and complete 30 different problems that include multiples of 10. First, they complete the problems in the first section by multiplying each number given times 10. Then, students...

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#### It's the Place that Counts

Young math whizzes use place-value materials and the calculator to make connections between base-ten numerals and the quantities they represent. They investigate the how many tens it takes to reach one hundred. Then, pupils count the...

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#### Multiplication: A Treasure Hunt to Two and Three Digit by One Digit Multiplication

Here is a math lesson which has learners practice multiplying two and three digit numbers by one digit numbers. They discuss multiplication strategies and use those strategies to play a game.

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#### The Decimal Game

In this decimal game worksheet, students first shade the base-ten blocks to show the given decimal numbers. In the second set, students write the number words into standard form. In the third set, students write the place value position...

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#### Base Ten Blocks - Representing Numbers (E)

In this representing numbers activity, students find the value of each group of base ten blocks. Students solve 4 problems to help them learn how to represent numbers.

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#### Expanded Numbers

Young scholars practice writing numbers in expanded form through dictation and modeling. Individually, they write numbers dictated to them by the instructor in expanded form on a recording sheet. After their numbers have been recorded,...

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#### Number Base Clocks

Students investigate place value in base ten. In this number sense lesson, students participate in an online lesson at www.shodor.org/interactivate/activities/NumberBaseClocks and demonstrate how to convert numbers from base ten to other...

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#### Building Numbers to 50

Learners explore how to represent numbers using cubes and draw them accordingly. They discuss place value and the base ten number system using manipulatives. Students roll a dice and take that many blocks. They write down their resulting...

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#### Egyptian Tens

In this Egyptian tens worksheet, students solve 12 multiplication problems with ten multiplied by itself. The tens are shown in Egyptian numeration; there is a key at the top of the page.

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#### Count and Write: Place Value

Learners count base ten blocks and identify how many ones, tens, and hundreds are shown. They complete 10 different problems to solve.

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#### Hundreds, Tens, and Ones - Find the Secret Number

The class assess images of blocks to determine place value. They are given 6 images to assess, they write down the number of hundreds, tens, and ones shown, then compose the number they represent. The whole number each set of blocks...

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#### Place Value Blocks

Flats, rods, and units are used to show what place value actually represents. Learners assess each image, writes the number of flats, rods, and units displayed then write the whole number each image represents. There are 5 problems to...

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#### Tens and Ones

In this tens and ones instructional activity, students complete several exercises that help them learn value places and write numbers as tens and ones. Students complete 45 problems.

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#### Subtraction

In this subtraction worksheet, students base ten blocks and square unit blocks to solve the subtraction problems. Students solve 5 problems.

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#### Building Numbers 11-40

In this building numbers worksheet, students fill in the table using the base ten and square unit blocks to build numbers. Students write the numbers into the tens and ones block.

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#### Hundreds, Tens, Ones

For this place values worksheet, students solve the six word problems using place value numbers in the ones, tens, and hundreds. Students use base ten blocks and square unit blocks to help them solve the problems.

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#### Add Hundreds

Learners use the basic facts in 6 word problems to help them add hundreds. They use base ten blocks to model and assist them with their addition.

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#### Math: Number Systems

Students examine other number systems, particularly the binary number system. They discover how to convert from decimal to other base systems. Students analyze the advantages and disadvantages of using the coded decimals.

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#### Students' Strides

Complete problems using base ten blocks to see the difference in the place value of a decimal and how it affects a number's value. Learners compare decimal values as well. Ample time for discussion and modeling are allowed in the...

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#### Block Heads

Learners demonstrate whole numbers through one thousand using base ten blocks. They model and describe given numbers using ten blocks.

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#### Place Value Lessons

Students can learn about place value using interesting lessons, activities, and games.

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#### Let's Trade (Regrouping to Subtract)

Second graders regroup to subtract. In this math instructional activity students identify when they need to regroup in order to subtract. They use manipulatives and show their work on their paper.

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#### Mathematics Lesson Plan

Second graders study subtraction facts. In this mathematics lesson, 2nd graders discuss how to solve two digit subtraction problems. Students recognize that there are many different methods or strategies one can use such as using...

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#### Base Ten Blocks- Units and Rods (B)

In this base ten blocks worksheet, students explore regrouping with rods and unit blocks. Kids discover that ten units is the same as 1 rod. Students solve 6 problems in which they tell how units can be traded for rods and how many will...

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#### Base Ten Blocks

In this math worksheet, learners solve six word problems involved base ten blocks. Each word problem is illustrated in base ten blocks.

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#### Base Ten Blocks- Counting Flats (A)

For this math worksheet, students solve four questions using base ten blocks. For each question, students find the value of the blocks in the picture.

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#### Name that Number!

First graders use base ten blcoks to identify the number of tens and ones in numbers less than 100. They are explained that they are going to play numbers games using blocks. Students use base ten blocks. They use base ten blocks to show...

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#### Pairs That Make Ten

A very basic presentation on numbers that add up to ten. Learners are shown a number on a slide, and they must come up with the addend that will make a sum of 10 when they are added together. Not the greatest presentation in the world,...

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#### Quick Quiz: Multiply and Divide with Fractions and Decimals

Here is a fraction and decimal learning exercise in which learners solve eight problems that require them to multiply and divide using fractions and decimals.

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#### BASE-ic Space Travel

In this 3-day place-value lesson, upper-elementary kids investigate the base 5 and base 2 systems as an introduction to exponents and powers. They create a pocket chart to help ground their understanding of bases, exponents, and powers,...

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#### Base Ten Blocks - Representing Numbers (C)

In this number representation activity, students find the value of each group of base ten blocks. Students complete 4 problems using the blocks.

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#### Multiplication Models

In this multiplication worksheet, students follow a model to practice their multiplication. Students are give four multiplication models where they ultimately come up with a multiplication sentence that represent the model.

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#### Tens and Ones to 100

In this tens and ones worksheet, students count the base ten blocks and square units and write the numbers for the first two sets. In the second set, students write the numbers for the tens and ones. Students then circle the number that...

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#### Multiplication Word Problems Using Different Representations

Students solve multiplication word problems by using base 10 blocks and drawing pictures. In this multiplication lesson plan, students also write a reflection of their work.

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#### Base Ten Block Challenge

In this base ten block challenge worksheet, students solve a word problems after reading given numbers of base ten locks per grade level in a school.

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#### Place Value: regrouping

Third graders work on regrouping. In this regrouping lesson, 3rd graders use base ten blocks as manipulatives to add or subtract numbers with regrouping. They focus on place value and correctly reading their answers.

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#### Fraction to Decimal Flip Books

Third graders create a fraction and decimal base ten flip book. In this base ten lesson, 3rd graders create a page for fractions and decimals starting at 0.1 and ending at 1.0. For each page, they color a base ten block and label it in...

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#### Visual Equivalents: Tenths and Hundredths

In this fractions worksheet, students write the fractions for the visual equivalents to the base ten blocks in tenths and hundredths. Students complete 4 problems.

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#### Addition word problems

In this addition instructional activity, students complete addition word problems involving money, base ten blocks, and more. Students complete 10 addition word problems.

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#### Extending our Knowledge of Place Value

Young scholars demonstrate their knowledge of place value through auditory, visual, and kinesthetic channels. In this place value lesson, kinesthetic learners work with a partner using both sets of hands to represent 2 digit numbers....

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Units and Rods (D)

In this counting units and rods activity, students read a brief instructional guide and fill in the blanks in 6 statements pertaining to the units pictured in each of the 6 problems.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Units and Rods (C)

In this counting units and rods worksheet, students read a brief instructional guide and fill in the blanks in 6 statements pertaining to the units pictured in each of the 6 problems.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Units and Rods (E)

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#### Base Ten Blocks- Counting Units (C)

In this base ten blocks worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which single unit blocks are counted. All amounts are under 25.

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#### Base Ten Blocks- Counting Units (D)

In this base ten blocks worksheet, learners solve 8 problems in which single unit blocks are counted. Students fill in the number that tells how many units in the group.

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#### Base Ten Blocks - Counting Flats (D)

For this place value worksheet, 2nd graders read that the value of flats is 100 when counting place value blocks. They determine the value for each of 4 sets of flats.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Rods (C)

In this base 10 blocks math worksheet, students use their counting skills to solve 4 problems that require them to find the values of sets of rods.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Units (E)

In this base 10 blocks math worksheet, learners use their counting skills to solve 8 problems that require them to find the values of the units in each of the groups.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Rods (D)

In this base 10 blocks math activity, students use their counting skills to solve 4 problems that require them to find the values of sets of rods.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Rods

In this base 10 blocks math learning exercise, students use their counting skills to solve 4 problems that require them to find the values of sets of rods.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Rods and Flats (C)

In this base 10 blocks math worksheet, students use their problem solving skills to respond to 4 questions regarding rods and flats.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Flats (C)

In this counting flats and blocks practice instructional activity, students use their problem solving skills to find the values of 4 sets of flats.

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#### Base Ten Blocks—Counting Flats (E)

In this counting flats and blocks practice worksheet, students use their problem solving skills to find the values of 4 sets of flats.

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#### Addition and Subtraction

In this addition and subtraction learning exercise, students enhance their addition and subtraction skills by completing the 42 problems.

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#### Identify Place Value

In this place values worksheet, students solve the word problems by identifying the place value number in question. Students solve six problems.

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#### Understanding Decimals

In this decimal models worksheet, students write the fraction and the decimal for the shaded parts of each base ten block model. In the second set, students complete the chart for the ones, tenths, and hundredths value places using the...

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#### Write Scientific Notation

In this scientific notation worksheet, student convert numbers in standard form to scientific notation. This one-page worksheet contains ten problems.

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#### Base Ten Blocks - Counting Rods (A)

In this math worksheet, students are shown 4 sets of counting rods. Each counting rod has 10 blocks in it. Sets have various amounts of rods and students are asked to give the value of the rods.

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#### Base-ten Blocks

In this math worksheet, students cut out base ten blocks and use them for a variety of math activities. The base-ten blocks include ones, tens, and one hundreds blocks.

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#### Math: It's About Patterns

Fourth graders discover place value patterns through various games and readings and record their findings in journals. In pairs, they use manipulatives such as place value tents and digit cards to drill and practice writing numbers in...

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#### 100 More, 100 Less

Third graders compare and contrast values. Through hands-on activities they review the concept of place value and how it relates to number sense. Students create representations of whole numbers using base-ten models with 100 more and...

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#### Two By One Multiplication

Third graders use base-ten blocks to find products of two-digits by one-digit by making a model of the problem. They complete a worksheet by multiplying 2-digits by 1-digit with regrouping. They may use the base-ten blocks if needed.

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#### Engage Students in Mathematics Competitions and Enrichment Activities

Students determine how to add and subtract using base ten blocks. In this addition and subtraction activity, students use base ten blocks to model addition and subtraction problems. They receive a prize for being the first one to...

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#### Base 10 Rounding

Pupils build two, three, and four digit numbers using base ten blocks and round those numbers. In this rounding numbers lesson, students work in pairs and build numbers using base ten blocks.

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#### Value of Base Ten Blocks

In this base ten blocks worksheet, students analyze the pictures of base ten blocks in 4 problems. Students write the value of the blocks in the box.

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#### Addition

For this addition worksheet, students count the base ten blocks and the square unit blocks to solve the addition problems. Students solve 5 problems.

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#### Base Ten Blocks-Counting Units

In this base ten blocks counting activity, students count how many units are in given groups of blocks, 8 sets of blocks total.

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#### Place Value

In this place value learning exercise, students use the base ten blocks and square units to help them find the number and write it in expanded and standard form.

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#### Tens and Ones to 50

In this tens and ones worksheet, students count the base ten blocks and the square unit blocks and write the numbers that match the block units. In the second set, students learn to count by tens and ones and circle the number that...

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#### Adding Tens

In this adding tens worksheet, students use base ten blocks to learn how to add by tens. Students write addition sentences for the blocks of ten and solve the addition problems. Students then match the pairs of numbers to their sums.