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CES students learn number forms

Campbellsville Elementary School second-graders are learning place value by writing numbers in standard, word, expanded and base ten forms.

 

In Tracey Rinehart’s class, students are spending time working in pairs to write their numbers.

 

Standard form is the typical way people write numbers.

 

Expanded form is writing a number in the form of a math problem.

 

Word form is writing the number by using letters.

 

And base ten blocks is using blocks to visualize numbers.

 

Students spend time each day working to improve their math skills.

 

CES second-graders Carter Wethington, at left, and James Brunner practice writing numbers in expanded form.

CES second-graders Carter Wethington, at left, and James Brunner practice writing numbers in expanded form.

 

CES second-graders Tina Jiang, at left, and Asia Singleton practice writing numbers in base ten blocks.

CES second-graders Tina Jiang, at left, and Asia Singleton practice writing numbers in base ten blocks.

 

CES second-graders Addysen England, at left, and Summer Daniels practice writing numbers in expanded form.

CES second-graders Addysen England, at left, and Summer Daniels practice writing numbers in expanded form.

 

CES second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Brenden Chastain practice writing number forms.

CES second-graders Bryant Mayo, at left, and Brenden Chastain practice writing number forms.

 

CES second-graders Dax Gray, at left, and Aliyandra Dunn practice writing number forms.

CES second-graders Dax Gray, at left, and Aliyandra Dunn practice writing number forms.

 

CES second-grader Carter Wethington practices writing base ten blocks.

CES second-grader Carter Wethington practices writing base ten blocks.





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