Place Value  Practice Different Ways of Expanded FormBy: www.sadlieroxford.com
You may know one way to write down a number – but how about four?
This game puts you to the test by asking you to correctly pick three other ways of writing a number. So, for example, you’ll be asked to show three ways of writing 35. One way is picking the right picture from stacks of cubes that add up to the right number of cubes. Another way is to say 3 tens 5 ones. A third is to say 30 + 5. Pick those three right and you’ve done a good job! Aimed at youngsters in grade two, it would also be useful for those aged six to eight. Counting the blocks to match up is perhaps the trickiest part for youngsters, but there’s no time limit so they can answer the question at their own speed. This is a useful way to brush up on early math skills. 

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