# Expanded notation

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Free - Place Value Hundreds and Thousands - Roll it! Make it! Expand it!

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First Grade Math (addition/place value) | The Homeschool Den

This is a fun way to practice expanded notation of numbers. Students take turns turning over an expanded notation card and coloring in the corresponding standard form box. First player to get 4 in a row is the winner. Can be played with 2, 3, or 4 players. Great for centers, small groups, early finishers, homework and more!

Expanded form transitions to expanded notation in third grade. Grab a freebie that's perfect for small group instruction or a math workstation.

Place Value Tree

"First Grade Fanatics: Place Value" I think I'd color the 3 digits that end up being in Standard Form, the same color.

This expanded notation activity is perfect for cooperative learning, math workshop, or early finishers. Simply print, cut, and tape the problems around your room. Give your students the record sheet and let them "hunt" around the room for the problems.

Get them up out of their seats! This fun scavenger hunt supports the following 4th grade Texas math standard: 4.2B (Represent the value of the digit in whole numbers through 1,000,000,000 and decimals to the hundredths using expanded notation and numerals.)

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