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Q&A #679


Number placement

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Description:  Helping fourth grader understand how much one thousand is.
Level:  Late Elem. (3-5)
Math topic:  Arithmetic/Early Math, Number Sense/About Numbers
Ed. topic:  Teaching Issues/Strategies, Activities, Specific Math Concepts/Techniques

Original Question/Response
20 Oct 98   Number placement by Danielle Trudeau
23 Oct 98   Re: Number placement by Marielouise

Public Discussion
24 Sep 99   math/understanding thousands by Mable Gray Haywood
12 Nov 02        Re: math/understanding thousands by Leslie
04 Dec 99   Place value, number placement by Kelly McManus
06 Sep 05        Re: placement value chart by Carmen Santana
17 Aug 06            Re: Re: placement value chart by dawn
18 Aug 06                Re: Re: Re: placement value chart by Loyd
17 Aug 02   Number placement by Theodore Ross
17 Aug 02        Re: Number placement by Loyd
05 Nov 12            Re: Re: Number placement by jack
05 Nov 12            Re: Re: Number placement by jack
27 Nov 12                Re: Re: Re: Number placement by Loyd
20 Aug 02   geometry/ volume by Michael Greene
06 Feb 03   highest number placement chart available by Court
19 Aug 04        Re: highest number placement chart available by Betty Pace
24 Sep 04        Re: highest number placement chart available by Mrs. Van Es
06 Nov 03   number placement by matthew miller
07 Nov 03        Re: number placement by Kristina
28 Nov 99        Re: Re: Number Placement by harriet

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