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  • Sand Piper

    Place value cups for teaching place value. Genius! http://suedowning.blogspot.com/2012/08/place-value-cups.html <> (school days, back to school, learning, math, kids)

  • Elizabeth K

    Interactive math ideas - scientific notation

  • Dhaara S

    Place value cups for teaching place value. Genius!... I am going to use it to teach my daycare kids their parents phone numbers

  • Jennifer Douglas

    Our Awesome 4th grade teachers use this....Great Idea!! Place Value Cups nested to build numbers! by Look + Listen = Learn

  • Grace Gioglio

    Using Styrofoam cups for teaching place value. A teacher could use this manipulative to demonstrate place value to the class and then allow them to use the cups to create their own numbers. Student could be challenged to "change the 10th place" and find what number it is then.

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