## NY-2.NBT.1: Understand that the three digits of a three-digit number represent amounts of hundreds, tens, and ones; e.g., 706 equals 7 hundreds, 0 tens, and 6 ones. Understand the following as special cases.

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## Math Game Collection: Place Value

### Overview

Place Value and Counting

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## Math Worksheet Collection: The Language of Math

Place Value, Addition Facts to 25, Addition Facts to 100, Numerical and Algebraic Expressions, Numerical Expressions, Variable Expressions, Fractions and Mixed Numbers, Subtraction Facts to 25 and Subtraction Facts to 100

## Test Prep Interactive Quizzes

Addition Facts to 10, Addition Facts to 25, Addition Facts to 100, Place Value, Subtraction Facts to 100, Definition of an Angle, Solving One-Step Equations, Graphs of Linear Functions, Slope, Slope-Intercept Form and Counting

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## Math Definitions Collection: Place Value

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## Collections in a Box: Place Value

### This cheat sheet gathers together a number of resources on the topic of place value. See the descriptions and links below. Each link takes you to a collection of resources around that topic. The middle column indicates the number of resources available and the third column takes you to page on Media4Math where those resources can be found.

Add and Subtract Decimals, Compare and Order Decimals, Multiply Decimals and Place Value

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