After successfully tackling addition and subtraction problems, your child will be ready for the next stage of mathematical learning; multiplication. This worksheet will teach your child how 10 tens make 1 hundred. Look at the pictures with your young one. Ask them the simple question; how may longs will you need to finish each flat? Then, ask them to circle the correct answer among the options provided.
This printable worksheet will help your third grader learn how to count groups of large numbers, along with identifying base numbers. It lists a group of 10 cubes and asks students to identify how many hundreds they add up to. Finally, students must circle the amount of base blocks shown. This pdf sets students up for success as they learn to build on the basics of mathematics, while still giving them the opportunity to work with colorful cubes that they can count one by one.
With money, if one wants to exchange their change for bills, all they need to do is roll coins up, and head to the bank! Likewise, when working with base blocks, cubes can be exchanged for longs, and longs for flats to reduce the loose cubes one has. This is a tricky concept to teach in elementary math but using this helpful place value worksheet can help! Encourage children to count all the tens on the left and determine which representation on the right can be traded as an equal number. To answer, trace the dotted line to the correct answer before finding the value of the base blocks shown.
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