A diary for students to make when showing their understanding of 2-digit place value.
Print a diary for each student in the class. Cut along the dotted lines then staple together on the left-hand side to create a little book.
Use the booklet as an assessment tool when assessing the students understanding of 2-digit place value.
Students use the diary to represent three different 2-digit numbers:
- in standard form
- in word form
- in order from least to greatest
- as a picture
- in a skip pattern
- on a number line
- as tens and ones
- in expanded form
- with Base-10 blocks.
Two blank pages have been provided for students to represent each number in their own way.
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Common Core Curriculum alignment
Understand that the two digits of a two-digit number represent amounts of tens and ones. Understand the following as special cases:
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