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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. I have included a variety different ways for your students to get lots of practice. I have include 2, 3, and 4 digit worksheets.
►2 Pages Expanded Form Cupcakes (cut and paste)(1 with 2 digit, 1 with 3 digit)
►6 Pages of “Write the Expanded Form” (2 each of 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers)
►6 Pages of “Write the Standard Form” (2 each of 2, 3, and 4 digit numbers)
►4 Pages of “Blowing Bubbles” (cut and paste)~ Cut and paste the expanded and written form to the correct number. (2 and 3 digits)
►3 Pages of “Written Form” (2, 3, and 4 digits)
►6 Pages of “Roll and Add” (2 pages each of 2, 3, or 4 digits) Directions: Roll dice. Make the smallest number you can make. Write the expanded form and written word for each number. Write below. There are 3 pages of make the smallest number and 3 pages of make the largest number.)
►4 Pages of Base Ten Expanded Form (2 with 2 digits, 2 with 3 digits)
►4 Pages of “What Goes Together?” Directions: Find and color the standard and word forms that go together.
►4 Pages of “What Goes Together?” Directions: Find and color the standard and expanded forms that go together.
►4 Pages of “Spin a Number” (2 with 2 digits, 2 with 3 digits)
►2 Pages of Interactive Notebook (Directions: Write a 2 digit number on the cone. Write the expanded and written forms on the ice cream.
The other one is for a 3 digit number.
►Expanded Form Booklet
Directions: Write the expanded and the written form for each number.
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