• great ideas for learning place value & expanded notation

• Expanded Number Form. This is a great way to teach expanded form using styrofoam cups. Put the cups together to make the standard form of the number and separate them to see the expanded form.

• Using Cups for Expanded Form, Alphabetical Order, etc. | {Mrs. T's First Grade Class}

• Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Great idea for expanded notation! Love this idea for teaching place value.

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Place Value foldable- use this to introduce expanded notation

Expanded Form, Standard Form and Written Form Printables (50 Pages) These printables are included in a BUNDLE set. Along with my place value and fact families printables! Please check it out by clicking the link below; MATH COMMON CORE PRINTABLES BUNDLE Do your students need practice learning about expanded form, then this 50 page set of Expanded, Standard, and Written Form Printables are just what you need.

Great idea for teaching place value--Doing this during my calendar time! Perfect for place value!

Poems for how to form each number. My son mastered every number in kindergarten because of these poems, number 5 was a favorite

Here's a place value game board for working on three- and four-digit numbers.

Here's a number of the day form for older students. Some prompts include: Is this prime or composite and why? Write a word problem where this number is your solution. Write this number in expanded form (and more!).

Writing 6-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form. Great for teaching expanded form for decimals too!

FREE Place Value Quiz or Review 1,000-1,000,000. Use these four pages of material to review or quiz your students on basic place value concepts. Concepts covered include: Number Form, Expanded Form, Word Form, Comparing Numbers, Ordering Numbers, Base Ten Skills, Rounding Numbers

Roll 2 dice to make a number, draw it, and write it in expanded form. mathnook.com

10 Ways to Work on Expanded Form {Tons of Freebies!}...this post has TONS of free math printables to download!

FREE Expanded Form Spin & Win. Students spin to create numbers up to the thousands place.

This freebie is a great resource for students to practice writing numbers in standard, expanded and word form using a rally coach Kagan Structure.