Place Value Challenge 2010 by ygh20234

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                      Place Value Challenge 2010

                                    This test will show me:
                                     How you can identify the place values of
                                      numbers
                                     How you can build numbers using your
                                      math resources
                                     That you can match numbers in the right
                                      place value with their names


                          Tips to doing well on this test!
     Read the directions for each section.
     Answer each challenge the best that you can.
     Use your math resource bags to help you.
     Take your time!
     Make sure you write how many points you think you’ve earned on your
      test.
     Ask me questions if you’re unclear on something.
     Double check your work
     Take deep breaths!
     Do the best you can!
     Have fun!

                       How many
                       points do
                       you think
                       you
                       earned on
                       this test?


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                 Be cool… Stay                                       Flip over for your
                   in school!                                        first challenge!

                                                                Amanda Vanderford
Match names with the numbers. Write the letter in the space.
(5 points)

A. 7 ones                  _____ 700

B. 7 tens                  _____ 7,000

C. 7 hundreds              _____ 7

D. 7 thousands             _____ 70,000

E. 7 ten-thousands         _____ 70


Draw each quick draw symbol we learned. Next to it, explain what it means.
(8 points)

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                     Double check
                      your work!                               Amanda Vanderford


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Build the following numbers with your base ten blocks. Then, using the
quick draw symbols you learned, draw each number. (2 points)

Three thousands, four hundreds, seven tens, nine ones.


Thousands          Hundreds               Tens                  Ones




What is this number? (1 point) _____________________

First build the number using your base ten blocks. Then, using the quick draw
symbols you learned, draw each number. (2 points each)

     7                                            70




          700                                     7,000

                                                                    Your hard work
                                                                   and studying will
                                                                       pay off!!




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                                                           Amanda Vanderford


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Build with your base ten blocks the numbers below. Once you have built the
numbers, use quick draw symbols and draw them in the spaces below. (4 points)

                                       1,254

   Thousands         Hundreds                     Tens          Ones




Build with your base ten blocks the numbers below. Once you have built the
numbers, use quick draw symbols and draw them in the spaces below. (3 points)

                                                465

             Hundreds                    Tens                 Ones




                  Congratulations!
                    You’re done!
                 Pat yourself on the
                       back!



                                                             Amanda Vanderford

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