Common Core Math Vocabulary
Base Ten Numerals - Definition with Examples
What are base ten numerals?
In math, 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9 are base ten numerals.
We can only count to nine without the need for two numerals
in the number system are made by combining these 10 numerals or digits.
Here, for instance, the number 978345162 is formed using the base 10 numerals.
Let's do it!
Instead of handing out place value worksheets to your child, ask them to use base ten blocks to show the place value of each base ten numeral in a number.
This will help them to not only help them to understand how base ten numerals form big numbers, but also their place value.
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