Math Practice

In math over the last few months, we have been learning different way to add and subtract: base 10 blocks place value chart (using base 10 blocks) flip and solve (12+4=16 is the same as 16-4=12) stack up the numbers and solve the ‘houses’ – always start with the ones house! The kids also need […]

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Quad Questions: Place Value

As I mentioned before, we have been working a lot on understanding place value and how to represent numbers in a Place Value Chart and with Base 10 Blocks. Some of you might not remember those, but they are little units (or cubes) that represent 1, rods that represent 10 (10 cubes stacked together), and […]

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Place Value

The last couple weeks have been focused on taking what we know about numbers to a deeper level. We have been representing numbers in TONS of different ways since the beginning of the year, but now we are learning how to use Base 10 Blocks and Place Value to show what a number means. For […]

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