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CES students learn ways to write numbers

Campbellsville Elementary School students are studying many different ways to write numbers.

 

In Patty Haley’s third-grade class, students have been learning to write numbers in word, expanded and standard forms.

 

Students made booklets to help them remember the different forms, and to practice using them.

 

They also made booklets to review number place values.

 

CES third-grader Joseph Greer makes his booklet to study number forms.

CES third-grader Joseph Greer makes his booklet to study number forms.

 

CES third-grader Cayton Lawhorn makes his booklet to study number forms.

CES third-grader Cayton Lawhorn makes his booklet to study number forms.

 

CES third-grader Aidan Wilson shows his completed number forms booklet.

CES third-grader Aidan Wilson shows his completed number forms booklet.

 

CES third-graders, from left, Alexia Howard, Hayden Maupin and Reece Swafford make their number forms booklets.

CES third-graders, from left, Alexia Howard, Hayden Maupin and Reece Swafford make their number forms booklets.

 

CES third-graders Drevonte Gurley, at left, and Kallie Taylor make their number forms booklet.

CES third-graders Drevonte Gurley, at left, and Kallie Taylor make their number forms booklet.

 

CES third-grader Zaemar Hoskins writes a number in word, expanded and standard forms.

CES third-grader Zaemar Hoskins writes a number in word, expanded and standard forms.

 

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Codey Parks understand word, expanded and standard forms.

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Codey Parks understand word, expanded and standard forms.

 

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Angelina Babbs understand word, expanded and standard forms.

CES teacher Patty Haley helps third-grader Angelina Babbs understand word, expanded and standard forms.





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