Create a set of Base Ten Blocks. The directions are attached.

Record how you would demonstrate to a student the use of Base Ten blocks to find a solution to problems.

Use this flipgrid link to either record or upload a video of no more than 10 minutes total demonstrating the 4 problems using the base 10 manipulatives. Reply to at least 3 peers’ videos.

Please do not attempt this exercise without viewing the Lecture 3.2 video. The methods demonstrated should be consistent with current techniques of using base ten blocks. 

              a. 278 + 364

              b. 82 – 46 (take away approach) 

              c. 23 x 14 (rectangular array)

              d. 133 Ă· 4 (sharing)