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Instructional Module: Place Value: Building and Breaking Numbers 
In this Media4Math Classroom Module, your early elementary students will develop their place value skills. Using graphics, videos, and games, students are introduced to place value to the hundreds place. Through place value students learn to build numbers and break them down. Four assessment items are included in this module, along with the standard features of allowing you to create a class roster to test student progress. The Media4Math Classroom Modules are flexible. They can be used for classroom demonstration purposes, or in a distance learning environment. They can also be assigned to individual students. 

Closed Captioned Video: Place ValueBuilding and Breaking Numbers 
In this video tutorial, students are shown how to use their place value skills to build and break down numbers. Three detailed examples show how to use place value. A Video Transcript is available for this tutorial at this Link Note: The download is Media4Math's guide to closed captioned videos. Other Closed Captioned VideosTo see the complete collection of Closed Captioned Videos, click on this Link 

Instructional Resource: Sums Greater Than 10 
This PowerPoint Presentation presents a series of questions using red and yellow counters. 

Interactive Math GameDragNDrop MathArithmeticPlace Value: Building and Breaking Numbers 
In this draganddrop game, have students practice their place value skills. This game generates thousands of different combinations, offering an ideal opportunity for skill review in a game format. Note: The download is the Teacher's Guide. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 10 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 10. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 100 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 100. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 20 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 20. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 30 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 30. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 40 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 40. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 50 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 50. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 60 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 60. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 70 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 70. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 80 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 80. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math Clip Art: Modeling 90 
This piece of clip art can be used to model 90. Use the whole sequence of these clip art pieces to model multiples of 10. Note: The download is a PNG file. 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 01 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 02 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 03 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 04 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 05 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 

Math ExampleModels of Numbers in Expanded FormExample 06 
This set of math examples demonstrates realworld examples of numbers that can be written first in expanded form, then in standard form. These examples involve packaged items that can be modeled by a power of 10, plus individual items to model the digit in the ones place. Note: The download is a PNG file. Related ResourcesTo see the complete collection of Math Examples on this topic, click on this link: https://bit.ly/3g3Z1eh 