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• Place Value Mystery Number Cards - 36 Free place value task cards (3- & 4-digit numbers).

• Place Value Mystery Number Cards Place Value Grade 2

• This free packet contains 36 Place Value Mystery Number cards, 2 student recording sheets, 1 sheet of individual student assessment tickets, and an answer key. Two suggested uses for these cards: Suggestion 1: Laminate the cards and place in a math center with recording sheets for individual student practice. Students choose 10 cards, noting the card number and mystery number on recording sheets. Suggestion 2: Photocopy student assessment tickets (1 ticket for each student). Provide students one assessment ticket and one mystery number card. Students note their name, card number and the mystery number on the ticket. This can be used as a quick assessment to determine general understanding of place value. **Mystery Cards 1-18 contain 3-digit numbers, Mystery Cards 19-36 contain 4-digit numbers** For Mystery Number Cards containing 2-digit numbers or 5-, 6-, & 7-digit numbers, check out my other freebie packs, Place Value Mystery Number Cards (2-Digit) Place Value Mystery Number Cards (5-, 6-, & 7-Digit) Thank you for looking! - Love to Learn, 2012

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