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, , PLACE VALUE By Stacy Sanders 2nd Grade
This powerpoint StaIR was created specifically to address my 2nd grade class. It will be used in conjunction with class teaching as a reinforcement to already taught lessons. I will also be using this program to address absent students and those who need extra time with the subject. Students that have reading difficulties can be partnered to share reading responsibilities, however, all students that participate in math class typically don’t have reading difficulties (or they would be in resource room). This StaIR covers this benchmark. Mathematics/Elementary/Strand IV/Content Standard 1/Benchmark 2 I am expecting students to learn the basic understanding of base 10, place value system

PLACE VALUE , ,

You are going to learn about numbers
When you finish you should know what place value is!

Review A digit is one of these 1 3 2 4 5 8 6 9 7

A number is a single digit or a group of digits
Review A number is a single digit or a group of digits 6 19 730

What should you know by the end of this program?
Put it to the Test! What should you know by the end of this program? a. Place value. The child is sent to the beginning of the lesson for an incorrect answer only on this slide. My reasoning is that the information quizzed should be review and I don’t want the child to get hung up on the information they should already know. I am not presenting it in a different way in this instance, because this should be previous knowledge. If the child still does not understand this information they may still be successful at completing this stair successfully from learning the new information. b. The value of your house. c. What place to put your dirty laundry.

Bravo! I hope you can hear all the fun stuff because I cannot on my computer. I did this in class.

Some numbers only have one digit, like the number
8

Some numbers have two digits
21

Some numbers can have many digits
1,032,645,978

Can a number have 5 digits?
Quiz Can a number have 5 digits? YES NO In this quiz slide the child needs to use higher level thinking with his or her answer. The answer to this quiz question was not given, it was only implied. If the child gets the question wrong the re-teaching slides includes an extra slide with more information that does not require deductive reasoning.

Fantastique! I put some of these reward slides on a timer because I only wanted the child to here part of the song. I also wanted the song to end at an appropriate part without sounding like it just dropped off.

Some numbers only have one digit, like the number
Review Some numbers only have one digit, like the number 8

Some numbers have two digits
Review Some numbers have two digits 21

Some numbers can have many digits
Review Some numbers can have many digits 1,032,645,978

Review Numbers can have ANY number of digits

Can a number have 5 digits?
Quiz Can a number have 5 digits? YES NO

Fantastique!

Let’s pretend that place value is like a city!

In the city of place value there are only three houses on each block
In the city of place value there are only three houses on each block. There is a driveway between each block of houses.

Just like in your neighborhood different families live in different homes.
My friend-The Mohr house My house-the Sanders

In the city of place value, all homes have a different name
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS ONES TENS HUNDREDS

Let’s Review Click on the ones house?

Très Bien!

OOPS! Please look again at the place value names.
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS ONES TENS HUNDREDS

Click on the hundreds house?
Let’s Review Click on the hundreds house?

Très Bien!

OOPS! Please look again at the place value names.
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS ONES TENS HUNDREDS

Let’s Review Click on the ones house?

Bueño!

I’m sorry! You need to spend some time and memorize the names you see.
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS ONES TENS HUNDREDS

Now you should know the place names
Now you should know the place names. Let’s see what it looks like with numbers. I will be adding on to this mini for my major. It seems to end very abruptly because of it.

Remember place value is like a city
Remember place value is like a city! Only one number can go in each place just like one family to a home.

This is what it would look like without the houses.

Do you remember? Click on the digit in the hundreds place?

Fantastique! I put some of these reward slides on a timer because I only wanted the child to here part of the song. I also wanted the song to end at an appropriate part without sounding like it just dropped off.

Oops! Spend your time and memorize the names of the places.
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

You’re doing great! Click on the digit in the one thousands place.

Très Bien!

HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

Click on the digit in the ten thousands place.

Bueño!

You are doing so great we are going to learn about… The value of each place

Because this is a little harder we are only going to look at the places up to one thousand.
HUNDRED THOUSANDS TEN THOUSANDS ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

When you look at the value of the digit, you start by saying it’s name and the place.
ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

For example, You would say
9 ONES ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

2 TENS ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

7 Hundreds ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

3 One-Thousands ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number
Now you try it! OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

DID YOU SAY… 8 ONES YES NO

Bueño!

Start by saying it’s name
Review Start by saying it’s name and the place ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

Review 2 TENS ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number
Review Now you try it! OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number
Great Try Another OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

DID YOU SAY… a. 8 ONES b. 7 HUNDREDS c. 2 ONE-THOUSANDS d. 3 TENS

Bravo!

Uh Oh! You need more practice.
Review Uh Oh! You need more practice. THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS FIRST SAY THE NUMBER

THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE
Review More practice. . . THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS FIRST SAY THE NUMBER

THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE
Review More practice. . . THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS FIRST SAY THE NUMBER

THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE
Review More practice. . . THEN SAY THE NAME OF THE PLACE ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS FIRST SAY THE NUMBER

OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number
Try a quiz OUT LOUD-Say the value of this number ONE THOUSANDS TENS ONES HUNDREDS

DID YOU SAY… a. 8 ONES b. 7 HUNDREDS c. 2 ONE-THOUSANDS d. 3 TENS

Fantastique!

This is hard. Why don’t we go back a bit and start back at the basics.

YOU ARE GROOVY!

A number can have any number of digits
REMEMBER A digit is a 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 0 A number can have any number of digits

There can only be 3 digits next to each other
REMEMBER There can only be 3 digits next to each other A comma goes in between each set of 3 digits

The different places are
REMEMBER The different places are Ones Tens Hundreds One-Thousands Ten-Thousands Hundred-Thousands

The place value is determined by saying
REMEMBER The place value is determined by saying The digit & The place

Created by Stacy Sanders
THE END Created by Stacy Sanders