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Mathematics Chapter 2: Place Value & Number Sense 2.5 – 2.6 Place Value for 4, 5 & 6 digit numbers Created by: Mrs. Russell

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Objectives To identify odd and even numbers and use a hundred chart to skip count. To find the value of a digit by using its place-value.

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Materials Today, you will need expo markers, erasers, and white boards. We will be making numbers by counting base ten blocks, and reading place value charts!

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Review There are three ways to write numbers. 1.standard form 2.expanded form 3.word form 4,531 4,000 + 500 + 300 + 1 = Four thousand, five hundred, thirty-one 123

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Lesson This week, we’ve been working on place value. We know at least four places already. Let’s learn two more! 5 Ones 1 Tens 6 Hundreds 2 Thousands 3 Ten Thousands 4 Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 6 Ones 4 Tens 2 Hundreds 7 Thousands Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 1 Ones 8 Tens 7 Hundreds 3 Thousands Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 3 Ones 5 Tens 1 Hundreds 2 Thousands 9 Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 5 Ones 8 Tens 4 Hundreds 6 Thousands 1 Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 0 Ones 6 Tens 2 Hundreds 1 Thousands 5 Ten Thousands 3 Hundred Thousands,

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Practice Before we get started with base ten blocks, let’s work on reading the word form of these numbers. FOR EXAMPLE: 5 Ones 1 Tens 3 Hundreds 0 Thousands 2 Ten Thousands 4 Hundred Thousands,

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Standard Form Standard form means that you write the number. What number would you write for this picture? 2,656

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Standard Form Standard form means that you write the number. What number would you write for this picture? 1,474

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Expanded Form Sometimes a number is so big that we need a place value chart! Can you write this number in expanded form? 5 Ones 1 Tens 3 Hundreds 3 Thousands 5 Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands, 50,000 +3,000 +300 +10 +5

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Expanded Form Sometimes a number is so big that we need a place value chart! Can you write this number in expanded form? 7 Ones 4 Tens 0 Hundreds 1 Thousands 4 Ten Thousands Hundred Thousands, 40,000 +1,000 +40 +7

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Expanded Form Sometimes a number is so big that we need a place value chart! Can you write this number in expanded form? 2 Ones 3 Tens 7 Hundreds 1 Thousands 4 Ten Thousands 8 Hundred Thousands, 800,00040,000 +1,000 +700 +30 +2

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Good work! Now let’s work on this in the book! Turn to PW 12.

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