Explore 3-digit numbers with this cute foldable peacock number expander for your students.
3-Digit Numbers in Expanded Form
Teaching children to read and write numbers up to 1,000 can be tricky to understand; it’s not just writing the numbers correctly but also understanding the place value of each of those singular numbers. This super adorable and engaging foldable bat template will have your students exploring 3-digit place values in a fun way!
Students will record a 3-digit number in the following ways:
- as a digit
- in expanded form
- using base tens
- as hundreds, tens, and ones.
After recording their expanded numbers, ask the students to decorate their peacocks and cut them out. Instruct the students to then fold in the wings to make a 3-digit number expander.
Create a 3-Digit Math Display
Once your students have completed these cute peacock expanders for either a given number or chosen number. Why not create a beautiful display? We have some peacock-themed classroom decor downloads that would work perfectly:
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Download and Create Today!
This resource is available to download in an easy-to-print PDF form. It is strongly advised that you print this on cardstock to ensure the durability and so that you can display it in your classroom.
More 3-Digit Expander Activities
If you’re looking for more activities to include in your three-digit place value lesson planning, we have you covered…
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