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    • Julia Fisher

      this one: 4ways to write a number. link: more FREE place value activity from Sheree at Peterson's Pad!

    • Erin Hastings

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    • Hannah Buckingham

      Numbers & Operations, Communication - Math Numbers 4 Ways: Students see different ways to write a number, which can expand into lessons about why you can write numbers different ways...what IS a number? What does it represent? What are place values? How do you write numbers with words?

    • Shari G

      Room Mom 101: Teaching Place Value

    • Nichole Daily

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