Place Value

Place Value


Number and Operations in Base Ten 2.NBT

Understand place value.

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.

2nd grade

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Welcome to Miss. Arredondo's class,

Please review the information that is provided on this site. We will continue working on place value. There are a few videos that I would like for you to view. Once you have viewed the videos and the Power Point, please complete the quiz questions and the group question.

You will be able to work with two students for this question.

Build your own number by rolling a dice three times. The first number you roll will be placed in the ones place, the next number you roll will be placed in the tens, and the last number you roll will be placed in the hundreds. Once you have created your number. You will build it by using the base ten blocks. Next, you will draw the base ten blocks on a sheet of paper. On the same sheet of paper, write the expanded form and standard form of your number. Finally, you will write the name's of each member on your paper and hand it in to your teacher.

Thank you!

Additional Resources

Please look at the information that is provided on glogster 

Watch the YoutTube video on Place Value.

Short lesson on value and expanded form.

Place value song.



Place Value Power Point

Please read all of the slides on the Power Point.