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TEKS: 5.2(A). Audience: 5th Grade. Behavior/Condition: The students will be able to represent the value of each decimal digit by placing the number in the correct box and see which place value it represents. They can also write the number in expanded notation by doing this worksheet.
TEKS 1. (2E) Audience: 1st grade Behavior: recognize place value when using counting rods Condition: Students do this by identifying specific numbers in number rod form. To do this, the students must be able to recognize how many 10's and 1's there are in a number. I would use this as the independent practice part of a lesson once my students have a good grasp on place value.