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Free Multiply and Divide by Powers of 10 Digital Interactive Math Activity. Use with Google Slides or Download the PowerPoint Version.

Free Digital Math Activity: Multiply and Divide by Powers of 10

There is more than just adding a zero or moving a decimal when multiply/dividing by powers of 10. Use this interactive digital place value chart to help students see what happens to numbers when you multiply or divide by powers of 10. Use the interactive digital slide to help students with the following learning goals: I can explain

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Fun digital, interactive place value activity for 5th grade. Review place value with this interactive place value chart. Great for 3rd, 4th, and 5th graders.

Free Digital Math Activity : Interactive Place Value Chart

Use this fun, digital interactive activity to review place value with your upper elementary students. The Google Slides feature interactive labels that help students visualize the following: the value of a digit in one place represents 10 times as much as the value of the same digit in the place to its right the value

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Free digital math activity that uses place value chips

Free Digital Math Activity : Place Value Chips

Use this fun, digital interactive activity to review place value with your students. This paperless math activity includes a chart where students label each place value and place the commas in their correct spot. Students then build a number using the moveable place value chips, write the number in word form, and write the number

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Free digital interactive activity where students build arrays to practice the distributive property of multiplication

Building Arrays – Free Digital Math Slides

*This page contains an affiliate link. Third grade students begin learning about multiplication by building simple arrays. Students then begin to break apart large arrays into smaller arrays. This helps with understanding the distributive property of multiplication. Hands-On Math Activity The following picture shows how you can use ten-frames (affiliate link) to build arrays. Notice

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