Using Patterns - Section 2: What Is My Number with Larger Numbers

 
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Unit 7: Place Value
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Objective: SWBAT identify patterns in numbers above 100.

Big Idea: Understanding numbers above 100 and the patterns that are created will help students build a stronger understanding of larger numbers.

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