Using PV Blocks to Represent 3-Digit Addition Problems - Section 3: Practice

  Using PV Blocks to Represent 3-Digit Addition Problems
  Using PV Blocks to Represent 3-Digit Addition Problems
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3-Digit Addition with 'Trading'

Unit 13: 3rd Grade Expectations
Lesson 3 of 3

Objective: SWBAT use place value blocks to model adding 3 digit numbers and record their problem using the standard algorithm.

Big Idea: The building blocks to build our foundation! Place value blocks represent my hundreds, tens and ones and can be used to help me solve 3 digit addition problems.

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