
In this video we learn how to find the difference of whole numbers using the traditional method. We subtract 910586 then check by adding. The steps we use to subtract whole numbers are
1) Write the…


In this video we learn how to find the difference of whole numbers using the traditional method. We subtract 20764 then check by adding. The steps we use to subtract whole numbers are
1) Write the…


In this video we learn how to find the difference of whole numbers using the traditional method. We subtract 8961 then check by adding. The steps we use to subtract whole numbers are
1) Write the…


In this video we learn how to Add Whole Numbers using the traditional method. We add 21,375+861+8,596. The steps we use to add whole numbers are
1) Write the numbers so each place value lines up…


In this video we learn how to Add Whole Numbers using the traditional method. We add 1,683+479. The steps we use to add whole numbers are
1) Write the numbers so each place value lines up…


In this video we write the following numbers using digits.
1) fiftythree million, four hundred one thousand, seven hundred fortytwo
2) nine billion, two hundred fortysix million, seventythree…


In this video we identify the place value of a digit. We take the number 63,407,218 and identify the place values of its digits.
#placevalue #digits #minutemath #algebrahelp #algebra #prealgebra…


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Welcome to Adding Three Decimals with Mr. J! Need help with how to add three decimals? You're in the right place! Whether you're just starting out, or need a quick refresher, this is the…




Let's practice our last letter of the year...Z! You can use playdough or a dryerase marker on your letter "Z" card and you can hunt for Z's on your letter hunt page. …


Today we're continuing to practice our 8's and we're playing Shake & Spill with 9 and 10 counters. We're also practicing forming our Y's on our play dough/dryerase…




Let's make a rainbow 6 with at least five crayons or markers. We're also making a counting train. You can either make a train counting by ones or tens. If you're counting by tens,…




